What is Ascorbate?
Ascorbate is the alkaline salt of ascorbic acid (vitamin C).
Ascorbate is made internally by all organisms, including humans, as well as present in a variety of whole foods including a multitude of fruits and vegetables.
A polyhydroxy lactone.
Ascorbate can be used in baked items such as breads or sweet baked goods utilizing fruits such as lemon, orange, raspberry, strawberry, or blueberry into formulation. Gluten-free baked goods integrating potato flour also incorporate a small portion of ascorbate into baked goods, especially when milk is used as the liquid proponent.
60 to 95 milligrams of Vitamin-C is suggested per day to consume an adequate amount of ascorbate, to function paired with amounts of ascorbate produced by the body.
FDA Legal Requirement