Vitamin C has the chemical formula C6H8O6 and a molecular mass of 176.14 grams per mol. The different properties of are anti-aging, anti scurvy, antiviral and antibacterial, enhancing immunity, involved in detoxification process. It also is known as ascorbic acid and it is a water-soluble antioxidant and enzyme cofactor present in plants and some animals. Citrus fruits (lime, lemon, orange, grapefruit) and tomatoes are good common sources of vitamin C. It was only realized in the 1920s that some cuts of meat and fish are also a source of vitamin C for humans. As with fruit and vegetables cooking destroys the vitamin C content. Although the relevance of it in the world has been aware to our current situation today and back then. It's involved in many body functions, especially the proper functioning of the immune system that we all need including development/repair of body tissues.

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