THE MORNING SHOW
Dr. Sydney Bush
Vitamin C Therapy: Misunderstood, Effective & Suppressed
Mega-dose vitamin C has been misunderstood, says Dr. Bush. With the revelation that vitamin C has a half-life of about 30-minutes in the human body, a fact recently documented by two other British researchers, Drs. Steve Hickey and Hilary Roberts of Manchester, emphasize the need to take repeated doses of vitamin C throughout the day to maintain blood concentrations. Hickey and Roberts book, Ascorbate: The Science of Vitamin C ( www.lulu.com/ascorbate ), reveals vitamin C concentrations can reach many times greater concentration than previously thought possible, a fact now confirmed by National Institutes of Health researchers themselves in independent studies. A more recent study, just published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, an analysis of nine previous studies, further confirms vitamin C supplement users, those who consume more than 700 milligrams per day, have a 30% reduced risk for coronary heart disease compared to non-supplement users. A report in 1992 mistakenly claimed that more than 200 milligrams of daily vitamin C is worthless because excesses are excreted in the urine. That errant report has likely resulted in the otherwise avoidable loss of millions of lives.
-Shorting opthalmologists and optometrists on education; so many diseases can be detected by looking at the eyes including brain tumors
-Vitamin C therapy has been shown to reduce arterial plaque which can be also seen by looking at the eyes
-Coronary artery disease is perfectly reversible? Dr. Bush elaborates
-Sodium ascorbate: It’s a good idea to add this to any diet; the body benefits in a myriad of ways
-Has the doctor seen any difference between using liposomal vitamin c and ascorbic acid?
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