Yorkshire based businessman, Gavin Pearson has teamed up with leading TRT Specialist, Dr Robert Stevens of The Men’s Health Clinic, to produce the strongest form of oral Vitamin C in the world - Vita-C.

The bioavailability of Liposomal Vitamin C is over 90 percent, six times more than most other commercially available vitamin C products currently on the market. What makes Liposomal Vitamin C unique, is that it is encapsulated within tiny fat molecules, this helps it pass through the digestive system so that it can be absorbed and utilised as Vitamin C within the body.

Dr Robert Stevens says: “Optimal levels of Vitamin C are necessary for physical and psychological health. Most people understand that Vitamin C is necessary to maintain a healthy immune system and that it is also a powerful antioxidant. However, it is also necessary for energy production, collagen formation and maintaining a healthy nervous system. Your body cannot make Vitamin C, so it must form part of a healthy balanced diet. A review of the literature supports the use of liposomes to dramatically increase the amount of Vitamin C absorbed by your body. I have therefore joined Gavin (Health and Wealth CEO), to produce the ultimate cold blend Vitamin C formulation for maximum absorption. With our combined skillset, we are determined as a company to help improve the health of the nation.”

Gavin runs a number of businesses from publishing to online retail and has taken Liposomal vitamin C himself for the past ten years. He has always had a passion for health and supplements and has seen a gap in the market with a UK-wide lack of supply of clinically proven supplements to help boost immune systems.

Gavin, CEO of Health and Wealth who make Vita-C added: “Vitamin C is an essential part of keeping healthy. Robert and I are proud to partner up to create this new product, which will help people absorb over 90 percent of Vitamin C, helping them feel better and of course help strengthen their immune system. Obviously in the current climate, this is something that is more important than ever"

A clinical trial into the effectiveness of intravenous vitamin C on patients with coronavirus started on February 14 at Zhongnan Hospital in Wuhan, China, the epicenter of the country's outbreak. It is expected to be completed at the end of September, according to information on the US National Library of Medicine’s website.