Can you get enough vitamin C for your body?
A new study from the University of Pennsylvania suggests it depends on your age, your activity level and what kind of foods you eat.
The study was done in response to a 2014 survey of more than 4,500 Americans about vitamin C intake and concluded that there is a “substantial” vitamin C deficiency in Americans.
The researchers found that those who ate more than 1,500 milligrams of vitamin C a day had an 18 percent higher risk of dying from any cause than those who got less than 500 milligrammes.
The problem with vitamin C is that it’s not just a “good” nutrient.
Vitamin C is necessary for bone health, nerve cells and many other bodily functions.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) classifies it as an ingredient in some foods and supplements.
In recent years, the FDA has moved to ban its use in the production of baby food and other products due to a possible link to cancer.
But vitamin C remains available in the food supply.
The FDA has also restricted its use to people over 65, which is also a group that gets much of its vitamin C from foods.
But for some people, a lack of vitamin D may make it hard to get enough.
And research suggests that vitamin D deficiency could make people less likely to exercise and more likely to have a stroke, heart attack or other serious condition.
But there is growing evidence that there may be a connection between vitamin D levels and cardiovascular disease.
In the current study, researchers looked at people who had died in the past six months.
They looked at the people’s blood levels of vitamin and mineral D, as well as their serum levels of calcium, vitamin E, vitamin K, zinc, manganese and iron.
They also looked at markers of inflammation and inflammation-related conditions such as type 2 diabetes, arthritis, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, high triglycerides and high blood sugar.
They found that the higher the vitamin D level, the higher were the risk of mortality and cardiovascular events.
The group who ate the most vitamin C also had a lower risk of cardiovascular events, the study showed.
What does this mean for people who eat Chinese food?
The researchers concluded that it could be possible for some individuals to increase their vitamin C consumption by increasing the amount of foods that they eat, especially when they are in the prime of their life.
They also noted that the more vitamin C they eat in the form of fish, chicken or fish oils, the less likely they are to die of heart disease, stroke or any other chronic condition.
They suggest that this is because there is “no clear causal relationship between vitamin C and mortality”.
So, if you are not in a position to eat more vitamin c, and you are in a state of chronic inflammation, it could still be worth it for you to try it.
But the risks of vitamin deficiency are real.
The study did not look at the risk from a lack or overconsumption of vitamin E.
And in addition to the potential health risks, vitamin C supplementation can cause side effects, such as diarrhoea and nausea.
This is because vitamin C supplements contain an amino acid called pyridoxine, which can cause kidney problems in people who take too much.
But because vitamin A is an essential vitamin, people who have too much pyrids can also become deficient in it.
There is also some evidence that some people can develop liver disease, which might be related to a vitamin C-deficient diet.