Vitamin C can be a huge IBS trigger. High doses can cause abdominal cramps, pain, bloating, gas, urgency and diarrhea in people who don't even have IBS. Imagine what it can do to you.
The recommended dose for Vitamin C is generally under 2,000 mg daily. Over that, and you really risk GI side effects. Unless your doctor has recommended otherwise, don't exceed one hundred percent of the US RDA for Vitamin C.
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