There is a lot of information online about health, nutrition, and supplements, and in the days of health blogs and social media, it can get a little confusing. Some of the reports about supplements used to be considered true by the scientific community, and were later proven false. Others are real concerns that need to be addressed. Then there are some that are just…well, weird. So let’s talk myths and rumors. What have you heard about supplements and nutrition, and how much of it is real.
Myth: Ascorbic Acid is the synthetic form of Vitamin C
The fact is that just the word “synthetic” is a confusing when it comes to Vitamin C.