What Can Buffered Vitamin C Do for the Body? posted on August 18, 2014 Share this Post Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Google Plus Buffered Vitamin C can actually do hundreds of activities in the body — not simply one or two things. First, you have to make sure your Vitamin C is Buffered, which means it is pH neutral. You do not want to have a Vitamin C that is acid based. We already do enough to acidify our bodies between soda pops, caffeine and other things. Here is a quick list of some of the major things Buffered Vitamin C can do in the body: Hormone biosynthesis – Men & Women, helps to make your hormones Neurotransmitter biosynthesis – Buffered C encourages dopamine production. The more dopamine, the less likely a person is prone to addictions, mood changes, compulsiveness, etc. This can help in focus and thought process. Connective Tissue & Collagen Matrix – Can aid in making collagen, skin firming, bone tissue, tendon/ligament manufacturing and repair, helps in your vessel walls and capillaries. Teeth – Aids in enamel formation In the next segment, we will discuss hoe Buffered Vitamin C can help on a cellular and subcellular level.