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 (ə-skôr′bāt, -bĭt)
A salt of ascorbic acid.

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a salt of ascorbic acid
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(əˈskɔr beɪt, -bɪt)

a salt or other derivative of ascorbic acid.
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Cathcart also reported that he could only obtain "a clinical ascorbate effect" orally with ascorbic acid, not mineral ascorbates.
FIZZIT contains 1000 milligrams of vitamin C from seven mineral ascorbates, which is the equivalent of eight glasses of orange juice, and includes 32 mineral complexes and B vitamins.
When water is added ascorbic acid and mineral carbonates in the item react with each other, creating mineral ascorbates. "The production of mineral ascorbates as they occur in most animals' bodies is simulated, and the effervescent Emer'gen-C is ready to drink," the spokesman says.
Unfortunately, the water in cosmetics deteriorates these ascorbates. L-Ascorbic Acid Phosphate Mg Salt n-hydrate (APM) is very stable in cream or lotion, and is easily absorbed into the skin.
Processing methods affect stability of ascorbates in beverages.
Many of his books deal with research into the medical uses of the ascorbates (vitamin C).
* Vitamin C (pure ascorbic acid, not mineral ascorbates)--six or more grams per day, taken in small doses throughout the day.
Mineral Product: Ascorbates, aspartates, chelates, citrates, gluconates, glycinates, multimineral trits, succinates, custom triturations, powders, granulates
Mineral ascorbates are salts and do not carry the same number of antioxidant electrons.
Ascorbates: Antioxidant supplementation including ascorbate provides protection from oxidative damage, restores cell energy production, rehabilitates mitochondria, and resets homeostatic mechanisms.
Protective antioxidants such as ascorbates, based on the individual ascorbate calibration protocol, quercetin dihydrate flavonoids (5-50 mg/day) equal to a full day's servings of fruits and vegetables to provide ORAC free radical protection and prevent oxidative stress
Administer vitamin C as ascorbic acid or metal ascorbates at dosages of at least 10,000 mg/day and preferably more to almost cause diarrhea.