Why vitamine c is not stored in our body ?, Chemistry

There are two type of vitamines 1.water soluble 2.fat soluble

water soluble vitamines are B complex and C vitamines

vitamine c is soluble in water so dissolve in water and can be elliminated out from our body through urin.

 

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Vitamin c is a water soluble. It goes right thru you, Vitamins that are Oil-based like vitamin A can do you harm because your boody stores them

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