Are Ester-C and Ester-E Better Absorbed? More Potent?

July 2005
Environmental Nutrition;Jul2005, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p7
Presents a question and answer advisory comparing Ester-C and Ester-E as better regular vitamin C or E supplements. Effects of the intake of Ester-C and Ester-E; Results of extensive of Ester-C as compared to regular vitamin C; Chemical content of Ester-E.


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