Sodium Ascorbate can be added to many foods such as milk and soup without affecting taste. Many like the slightly salty taste as a substitute for table salt. It can also be used as a sugar-free, additive-free, substitute for toothpaste (brush and swallow). Never use ascorbic acid on teeth. Sodium Ascorbate is a much milder form of Vitamin C and ascorbic acid is highly acidic.
Sodium Ascorbate is more commonly used for therapeutic dosages. We do not offer a tablet form of Sodium Ascorbate. This significantly reduces the excessive intake of capsules and fillers.
The sodium content may be objectionable to those with hypertension or water retention problems; however, this particular formula is used in intravenous drips where 50-150 grams per day are given safely. Sodium is a required part of a healthy diet. Recent research has portrayed sodium chloride (table salt) as a possible undesirable of sodium.