All posts tagged "vitamin c"
‘C’ Yourself In Good Health This Vitamin C Day!
Vitamin C Day (April 4th) and to celebrate, let’s take a look at the many benefits of Vitamin C. This essential vitamin is commonly found in various fruits and vegetables such as citrus fruits like oranges and...
- Posted April 4, 2018
Vitamin C Found To Be Cytotoxic To Cancer Cells…
Vitamin C is cytotoxic to cancer cells when it is administered in high doses, according to research. It also has a high number of heart and cardiovascular benefits.
- Posted March 2, 2018
Good News! Vitamin C DOES Defeat Cancer Cells
Vitamin C is not just a simple nutrient for maintaining good skin health. It is a powerful antioxidant that is ESSENTIAL to every system in the human body.
- Posted December 28, 2017
Vitamin C ‘Halves The Risk Of Hip Fractures’ And Protects Bone Health
A new study suggests that increasing your intake of Vitamin C can reduce your risk of hip fractures. Meta-analysis from Zhengzhou University in China looked at the association between Vitamin C and the risk of hip fractures.
- Posted November 22, 2017
Vitamin C Cuts Sepsis Death Rate By 500 Per Cent
Intravenous (IV) vitamin C can counter the deadly effects of sepsis (blood poisoning), which kills up to 60 per cent of sufferers, a new study has discovered.
- Posted September 10, 2017
Vitamin C Does Reverse Cancer— Now It’s On Track For Approval As A Chemo Alternative
High-dose vitamin C does kill cancer—but only when it’s given intravenously. It’s now just a few steps away from being approved as a safe and effective cancer treatment alongside chemotherapy and radiation.
- Posted August 25, 2017
Vitamin C ‘More Than 10x Effective’ At Killing Cancer Cells
Vitamin C may potentially be a cancer treatment according to research from the University of Salford in Manchester. Researchers found that Vitamin C is up to 10x more effective at stopping the growth of cancer cells than...
- Posted March 16, 2017
Why This Surprising Sugar Supplement Can Improve Your Health…
Sugar is often seen in a negative light given the consequences it can have on health. But a sugar supplement known as Larch Arabinogalactan that’s produced in the intestinal tract has been shown to have beneficial bacteria...
- Posted April 15, 2016