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    Is there a preferred type of Vitamin C when taking it with Nitrates? Is "ascorbic acid" good enough? I got a bottle of PN and on the search for a Vitamin C I see I can spend $4 for 500mg ascorbic acid or $14 for calcium ascorbate complex. I purchased Jarrow's NAC Sustain as well. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by burpees View Post
    Is there a preferred type of Vitamin C when taking it with Nitrates? Is "ascorbic acid" good enough? I got a bottle of PN and on the search for a Vitamin C I see I can spend $4 for 500mg ascorbic acid or $14 for calcium ascorbate complex. I purchased Jarrow's NAC Sustain as well. Thanks
    Ascorbic acid is fine. Calcium ascorbate has the ester-c studies, but our greatest priority here is getting vitamin C simply into the stomach
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Ascorbic acid is fine. Calcium ascorbate has the ester-c studies, but our greatest priority here is getting vitamin C simply into the stomach
    what would be the difference in those 2?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cumminslifter View Post
    what would be the difference in those 2?
    Purportedly bioavailability. In the end, vitamin C costs nothing and many complexes come with built-in citrus bioflavanoids these days
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Ascorbic acid is fine. Calcium ascorbate has the ester-c studies, but our greatest priority here is getting vitamin C simply into the stomach
    Awesome, thank you.
  

  
 

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