Things to know before taking vitamin C.

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Many people know that vitamin C from foods and supplements is generally safe for the body. But taking has some precautions that, if neglected, may have negative effects on the body. for example

Consumer health history

People with medical problems should consult a doctor or pharmacist first. Because taking may make symptoms worse. especially kidney disease,  kidney stones,  iron overload Deficiency of the enzyme G6PD ( G6PD Deficiency ), including those who regularly smoke and drink alcohol UFABET

Interactions with Other Drugs of Vitamin C 

People who are taking any drugs or products should consult a doctor or pharmacist first because some drugs, vitamins, supplements or herbs may interact. Resulting in a decrease in the effectiveness of the drug, such as drugs that contain aluminum. cancer drug Medicines that contain estrogen, statins, antiretroviral drugs,  warfarin or niacin.

Overdose of vitamin C

Taking more than 1,000 milligrams per day May cause side effects such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, heartburn. If taking more than 2,000 milligrams per day continuously It can increase your risk of side effects such as kidney stones or severe diarrhea.

If you choose to take vitamin C in the form of a supplement. You should choose a product that meets the safety standards of the FDA  and is reliable. Consumers are also advised to always read the package label before consuming to ensure health safety.