Vitamin C is known for its properties to strengthen the immune system in particular immune cell function. It helps in many stages of our defense against pathogens. For example, it stabilizes the first line of our defense mechanism, which is collagen in our skin. Then in the second line of defense, cells that immediately respond to infection execute the attack efficiently when there is enough of vitamin C. As well as it enhances the late defense with the attacker cells and the production of antibodies against the pathogen (1). It also plays an important role in energy production. Energy is obtained from various nutrients, and vitamin C helps burn fats into energy (2). Furthermore, it helps with the absorption of iron.