What is Vitamin C?
In 1769, William Stark, an English physician, conducted an experiment on himself. His diet consisted only of bread and water for an entire month.  He then started adding meat and dairy to his diet but still no fruits or vegetables. After eight months, he died of malnutrition, the disease then known as scurvy.  Upon further review, Stark’s experiment boiled down to seeing what a diet lacking Vitamin C would do to his body. After eight months of experimenting, he turned from a “healthy 6 foot tall man” into a corpse. The experiment proved that Vitamin C is not an endogenously produced vitamin, thus it must be consumed through one’s diet, or the consequences could be fatal.
Potential Benefits of Vitamin C
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant which may be vital to boosting your immune system. Antioxidant deficiencies may lead to any number of diseases, many of which being chronic. Vitamin C likely encourages the production of white blood cells known as lymphocytes and phagocytes, both of which fight the growth of infections.  Vitamin C may also help to absorb iron, repair body tissues, and keep bone and cartilage healthy.  There have been numerous studies on Vitamin C in recent years due to the lengthy list of its potential benefits. 
Do Tru Drinks Have Vitamin C?
If you are looking for an enhanced sparkling water with vitamin C, Tru Defend Drink (Immunity Blend) might be the right choice for you.
While all of our product development was guided by years of meticulous research, data collection, and thoughtful conversations with experts, Tru is not making any of the above claims for its products. We recognize that the data represented is limited compared to the sea of information available and that each study likely utilized a different quantity and source of ingredients to conduct their experiments. As always, consult your physician before use if you are pregnant, nursing, have a medical condition, or are taking any medication.