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Vitamin C

How commercial 'vitamin C' supplements can adversely affect your health


With the onset of winter, and cold, damp weather, comes the misery of colds, influenza and other seasonal bugs. Many people will purchase vitamin C in the hope of keeping seasonal diseases at bay, but without realizing the true nature of this popular supplement and its potentially harmful consequences.
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Vitamin C proven to cure over 30 major diseases


Over 75 years of medical research and clinical practice reveals, overwhelmingly, that vitamin C has the power to ignite the 'self-healing response'. I know what you're thinking - if vitamin C is so good for us - why haven't you been told about this curative nutrient? Well, the answer will soon become painfully obvious.
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Vitamin C deficiency puts you at risk for vaccine damage


Few topics are as deeply embroiled in controversy with as diametrically opposed points of view as the extensive use of vaccinations in babies, children, and adults. The purpose of this brief article is not to discuss whether vaccinations are a good thing or not.

The marketing myth of ‘vitamin C complex’


In an effort to set the record straight – vitamin C is ascorbate only. Most commonly, vitamin C is ingested as ascorbic acid (hydrogen ascorbate) or sodium ascorbate. Vitamin C also occurs in different mineral forms, including calcium ascorbate, magnesium ascorbate, and others.
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Reverse shingles with vitamin C


Simply put, shingles is an acute outbreak of the Herpes zoster virus. For most individuals with shingles, the appearance of the typical painful, blistering skin rash results from a reactivation of the virus from storage sites in nerve cells after an earlier chickenpox infection, often as a child.

Vitamin C better than chemotherapy


Although vitamin C is “only” an antioxidant, its unique chemical structure, closely resembling glucose, allowing it to penetrate all of the water-soluble areas and tissues of the body, both inside cells and outside cells. It only really fails to concentrate in fatty areas, although it can still have an antioxidant impact there, as it will regenerate fat-soluble antioxidants, such as oxidized vitamin E, back to its normal electron-donating status.

Vitamin C, Shingles, and Vaccination


The pharmaceutical industry, and many doctors, appear to be making great efforts by to get as many people as possible vaccinated against shingles. Even if such an intervention was highly effective in preventing shingles, which certainly has not been shown to be the case, the information below should make it clear that such vaccinations are unnecessary. The side effects that would be suffered by a significant number of individuals need never occur in the first place. The real problem is that what is discussed below generates relatively little income for anybody in the healthcare industry. Regardless, you need to decide for yourself.

Vitamin C and Polio


As if the Cuban missile crisis wasn't enough, I had even more to be worried about as a child at the turn of the1960's. When all of us in first grade had been told that we were to be vaccinated against polio, I for one didn't want to go near the school on that day. Regardless of my fear of needles, I had no choice in the matter. So, like all the rest of the kids, I braced up, got in line, and marched down the tiled hallway to meet my fate. When I got to the school nurse's office, I was astounded to be handed a lump of sugar with a drop of something soaking into it. I was told to eat it. I did. Then I was told I could go. Escape without a shot? What a fantastic turn of events! Life could begin anew.