“Research has found no evidence that vitamin C prevents colds,” says Dr Hasmukh Joshi, vice-chair of the Royal College of GPs.

In 2013, an updated review of studies into vitamin C and the common cold concluded that “regular ingestion of vitamin C had no effect on common cold incidence in the ordinary population”.

The review results suggested that vitamin C might help prevent colds in people exposed to short periods of intense physical activity, such as marathon runners or skiers, but not in the general population.

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