The blood vessel walls are nourished by certain food factors, especially foods that contain tannins, and rutins, a family of compounds in the vitamin C co-factor group. These factors are found in many green vegetables, fruits and tannin-rich herbs. These can be included in the diet and used medicinally.
A whole food Vitamin C uses Mother Nature as the raw ingredient and contains nutrients naturally occurring in an organic orange. This type of vitamin C contains co-factors such as bioflavonoids, hesperidin and rutins. These nutrients are recognized by the cell as food and therefore, feed the body on a on a cellular level.