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The reference daily intake of Vitamin C for adults is 90 milligrams.

According to the FDA, the reference daily intake of Vitamin C is 90 milligrams for adults and children more than four years of age.

According to the FDA, the reference daily intake of Vitamin C is 90 milligrams for adults and children more than four years of age. According to the FDA, the reference daily intake (RDI) of Vitamin C for adults and children more than four years of age is 90 milligrams and 120 milligrams for pregnant and lactating women. Individuals who smoke require 35 mg/day more vitamin C than nonsmokers according to the National Institutes of Health.

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