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Ascorbic Acid Vitamin C: What's the Real Story? by Dr. Andrew Saul

Ascorbic Acid Vitamin C: What's the Real Story? by Andrew W. Saul, Editor (Sufficient C LLC needed to share (unedited of course) given all the health sabotaging misinformation in our midst.) (OMNS Dec 6, 2013) Heard anything bad lately about ascorbic acid vitamin C? If you haven't, you may have been away visiting Neptune for too long. For nearly four decades, I have seen that, like all other fashions, vitamin-bashing goes "in" and "out" of style. Lately it has (again) been open season on vitamin C, especially if taken as cheap ascorbic acid. Linus Pauling, the world's most qualified advocate of vitamin C, urged people to take pure ascorbic acid powder or crystals. Without having met Dr. Pauling, they are...

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Vitamin C and The Influence It Has on Your Blood Sugar Level

Trying to overcome those evil sugar cravings that always muddy the water when it comes to the health of your immune system and ultimately you? Knowing our consumers love good news and real solutions, we decided to put together this short, but sweet blog post :) To give a little evolutionary history, we humans had the ability to create our own vitamin C 25-45 million years ago (as we've mentioned numerous times in other blog posts). Due to the gene mutation that occurred during that same time, we no longer have access to that function that synthesized vitamin C from glucose, just as it is accomplished to this day in almost all animals.  However, vitamin C still shares the same transport system in our blood so it...

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OVER-ALL IMMUNE SYSTEM AND VITAMIN C INFORMATION FOR OUR TIME - shared piece

We love the common sense approach of Riordan Clinic. When we read their blog, we had to share it. Here is the link to the entire piece by Ron Hunninghake, MD - https://riordanclinic.org/2020/12/staying-well-in-the-time-of-covid/ Below is a "meat and potatoes" excerpt 😊   COVID-19 and Complex Chronic Illness Against this modern backdrop of several worldwide disease epidemics, including obesity, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, degenerative arthritis, depression, and dementia – enter the coronavirus. SARS-CoV-2 is the virus, COVID-19 is the disease. The critical point here is that the virus is not the disease. The disease varies in severity and lethality depending upon the relative health, or lack of health, in the afflicted patient. In late September of this year, the CDC estimated that 40% of SARS-CoV-2...

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