For people who miss stepping out of their homes, eating out, and spending time with loved ones all without the fear of getting sick, getting fully vaccinated is one of the safe ways to do so.
Experts have mentioned that vaccines are effective and safe. It was made to prevent people from getting sick.
According to an article by the United States Centers for Disease Control Prevention (CDC), being fully vaccinated allows people to resume doing the things they love to do prior to the current health situation.
Getting the vaccine is considered effective at preventing severe diseases, while also helping reduce the risk of people spreading the virus.
However, protecting yourself does not stop after getting vaccinated. You still need to take extra steps to protect yourself and your loved ones, especially around people that are not yet fully vaccinated.
One way to keep yourself safe is by boosting your immune system. Along with a proper diet and observance of a healthy lifestyle, you can also take supplemental vitamins like Vitamin C.
Sodium Ascorbate (Fern-C) is an on-the-go, non-acidic Vitamin C with a sodium ascorbate formulation that helps prevent hyperacidity and makes it easier to be absorbed by the body. It can be taken anytime, even on an empty stomach, without causing discomfort.
The brand is also one of the only Vitamin C brands in the market that has received a Quali-C seal from DSM Switzerland for high-quality Vitamin C that passed rigid QA testing.
Taking your daily recommended dose of Vitamin C not only helps boost immunity, but is also a powerful antioxidant that helps in strengthening the body's natural defenses.
For added protection and to help improve natural resistance against viruses and diseases take Fern-C Plus (Ascorbic Acid + Zinc). Aside from being an essential mineral, Zinc plays a role in immune function and wound healing. It also supports normal growth and development in a child's formative years.
Fern-C is doctor-prescribed based on MAT PMDI REPORT SEM 2 2020, IQVIA PH. For more information, visit its Facebook page.
If symptoms persist, consult your doctor.
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