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How Much Is Enough When It Comes To Fighting Infections With Vitamin C? How To Give Your Virus All You've Got!

Let's face it, you need to know... While vitamin C can be incredibly, effective especially for treating viruses, you need to dig in your heels and stay with it! In other words..."Don't quit!". To quote an age old adage, you must "fight fire with fire" Learn how to give your virus all you've got!

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Oral Vitamin C and Cancer

Vitamin C and Cancer: Is There A Use For Oral Vitamin C? Abstract For several decades, the role of vitamin C in the treatment of cancer has been a subject of clinical research and controversy. It has been established that ascorbate is potentially a safe and effective anti-cancer agent, able to kill cancer cells while leaving healthy cells unharmed. However, its role has been viewed in the context of existing cytotoxic chemotherapy models of medicine. Consequently, many doctors and patients have come to believe that only intravenous vitamin C administration is an effective treatment for cancer. We suggest that this view is misguided and oral intakes are preferable. . JOM Archives – Volume 28, Number 1, 2013 The Team at...

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When Your Arteries Have Had Enough of Not-Having-Enough!

  Healthy arteries need to be flexible so they are able to contract with the pulsing of blood. While all arteries have the potential to weaken, the arteries that are subjected to the most stress are the ones that provide blood flow to the heart and brain. They need to remain tireless as they have a critical responsibility a.k.a. keeping you alive!  Most are well aware that arteries can become blocked due to fatty deposits and cholesterol that narrow the artery. These deposits are primarily believed to be the result of a diet that is high in fats and cholesterol. They cause the heart to pump harder than necessary to push blood past the buildup. This stress from increased pressure can damage the arteries...

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