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Cataplex® C

Introduced in 1934

Product # Content Price
1650 90 Tablets $15.00
1655 360 Tablets $50.00


Cataplex® C supports the immune system, skin and connective tissue, and bone health.*

  • Supports and promotes normal immune system response function
  • Promotes vascular integrity through support of the body’s natural collagen-synthesis processes
  • Supports healthy bone tissue
  • Provides ingredients with antioxidant activity
  • Supports the adrenal glands
  • High in antioxidant vitamin C*
How does this product support immune system function?

Vitamin C affects several components of the immune system and plays a role in neutrophil action required for efficient immune system function.1 Vitamin C is highly concentrated in leukocytes and is consumed rapidly during infection; reduced levels of vitamin C in leukocytes are associated with reduced immune function.2, 3 T cell maturation is promoted by vitamin C.4 Vitamin C can protect lymphocytes from oxidative stress and support the body’s antioxidant defense system as it relates to T cells and T cell responsiveness.5 Vitamin C can support the body’s mechanisms for protecting against oxidative stress because of the vitamin’s chemical structure. This support manifests in numerous ways, including scavenging reactive oxygen species6 and raising intracellular glutathione levels.7*

What ingredients support healthy connective tissue and bone?

One role of vitamin C is to promote the biosynthesis,8 integrity,9 and maintenance10 of collagen, the connective tissue that cements the cells of the body together. Several studies indicate that vitamin C may support bone health in various populations, such as elderly men11 and young athletes.12 Vitamin C may indirectly protect the vascular endothelium due to actions such as smooth-muscle cell relaxation and vasodilatation.13 Vitamin C also plays a crucial role in formation of endothelial tissue.14*

What ingredients provide antioxidant activity?

Vitamin C plays an integral role in the protection of DNA, proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates from normal oxidative changes caused by everyday life. Vitamin C contributes to the maintenance of the redox integrity of cells and protection against reactive oxygen species generated during respiratory burst and inflammatory response.15 Vitamin C also reinforces and extends the antioxidant potential of other vitamins, participates in metabolism of folic acid,16 and facilitates iron absorption by enhancing the availability and absorption of iron from non-heme iron sources.17*

How does this product support the adrenal glands?

Vitamin C plays a crucial role in the function of both the adrenal cortex and adrenal medulla.18 Glandular extracts support the adrenal glands.19*

  1. 1. Chambial S, Dwivedi S, Shukla KK, John PJ, Sharma P. 2014. Vitamin C in Disease Prevention and Cure: An Overview. Ind J Clin Biochim 28(4):314-328.
  2. 2. Field CJ, Johnson IR, Schley PD. 2006. Nutrients and their role in host resistance to infection. J Leukocyte Biol. 71:16-32.
  3. 3. Haryanto B, Suksmasari T, Wintergerst E, Maggini S. 2015. Multivitamin Supplementation Supports Immune Function and Ameliorates Conditions Triggered by Reduced Air Quality. Vitam Miner 4:2.
  4. 4. Manning J, Mitchell B, et al. 2013. Vitamin C Promotes Maturation of T-Cells. Antiox Redox Signal. 19:2054-2067.
  5. 5. Pavlovic V, Sarac M. 2010. A short overview of vitamin C and selected cells of the immune system. Cent Eur J Med. 6:1-10.
  6. 6. Traber MG, Stevens JF. 2011. Vitamins C and E: Beneficial effects from a mechanistic
  7. perspective. Free Radic Biol Med. 51(5):1000-1013.
  8. 7. Rahman K. 2007. Studies on free radicals, antioxidants, and co-factors. Clin Interven Aging. 2(2):219-236.
  9. 8. Grosso G, Bei R, Mistretta A, Bei R, Mistretta A, Marventano S, Calabrese G, Masuelli L, Giganti MG, Modesti A, Galvano F, Gazzolo D. 2013. Effects of Vitamin C on health: a review of evidence. Front Biosci. 18:1017-29.
  10. 9. See note 3 above.
  11. 10. Chambial S, Dwivedi S, Shukla KK, John PJ, Sharma P. 2014. Vitamin C in Disease Prevention and Cure: An Overview. Ind J Clin Biochim 28(4):314-328.
  12. 11. Sahni S, Hannan MT, Gagnon D, et al. 2008. High Vitamin C Intake Is Associated with Lower 4-Year Bone Loss in Elderly Men. J Nutr. 138(10):1931-1938.
  13. 12. Ackerman K.E., Misra M. 2011. Bone Health in Adolescent Athletes with a Focus on Female Athlete Triad. Phys Sportsmed. 39(1): 131-141.
  14. 13. Grosso G, Bei R, Mistretta A, Bei R, Mistretta A, Marventano S, Calabrese G, Masuelli L, Giganti MG, Modesti A, Galvano F, Gazzolo D.. 2013. Effects of Vitamin C on health: a review of evidence. Front Biosci. 18:1017-29.
  15. 14. Chambial S, Dwivedi S, Shukla KK, John PJ, Sharma P. 2014. Vitamin C in Disease Prevention and Cure: An Overview. Ind J Clin Biochim 28(4):314-328.
  16. 15. Haryanto B, Suksmasari T, Wintergerst E, Maggini S. 2015. Multivitamin Supplementation Supports Immune Function and Ameliorates Conditions Triggered by Reduced Air Quality. Vitam Miner 4:2.
  17. 16. Lucock M, Yates Z, et al. 2013. Vitamin C-related nutrient-nutrient and nutrient-gene
  18. interactions that modify folate status. Eur J Nutrit. 52:569-582.
  19. 17. Chambial S, Dwivedi S, Shukla KK, John PJ, Sharma P. 2014. Vitamin C in Disease Prevention and Cure: An Overview. Ind J Clin Biochim 28(4):314-328.
  20. 18. Patek P, Willenberg HS, Bornstein SR. 2004. Vitamin C Is an Important Cofactor for Both
  21. Adrenal Cortex and Adrenal Medulla. Endocrine Res. 30:871-875.
  22. 19. Gould, R. Supporting the Body with Glandular Extracts. Nutri News 71.

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Notes:

Suggested Use: Three tablets per meal, or as directed.


Caution: Contraindicated in known allergy to plants of the daisy family.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 3 Tablets Servings per Container: 30 or 120
Amount per Serving %DV
Calories 4  
Vitamin C 17 mg 25%
Calcium 30 mg 4%
Proprietary Blend: 595 mg Veal bone PMG™ extract†, bovine adrenal†, dried buckwheat (leaf) juice†, buckwheat (seed)†, nutritional yeast†, dried alfalfa (whole plant) juice†, alfalfa flour†, mushroom†, magnesium citrate, bovine bone†, defatted wheat (germ)†, calcium acid phosphate, echinacea (root)†, carrot (root)†, veal bone†, sunflower lecithin†, vitamin E (sunflower)†, and rice (bran)†.

†Daily Value (DV) not established.

Other Ingredients: Calcium lactate, honey, acerola (berry), camu camu (berry), manioc (root), calcium stearate, and arabic gum.


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