Here are the 3-Vs. Vitamin C. Viruses. Very good.
I have always supported Linus Pauling’s philosophy of taking higher doses of vitamin C – doses much higher than the RDA recommendations.
Today, vitamin C is even more critical for good health because it has been shown to prevent illness – especially viruses, like the Coronavirus.
These forms of vitamin C remove toxins from your body better than any other form of vitamin C.
Every cell in your body is immersed in water, or should be anyway. When you have enough vitamin C, every cell has access to it, and the excess vitamin C will simply excrete through your stool, which can make it soft or watery.
This resolves issues with constipation.
Vitamin C and Viruses
Research shows that vitamin C and viruses don’t get along.
The common cold is a good example.
Think of viruses as scavengers, and when a virus enters your body, it searches out vitamin C. If vitamin C is present, it can’t survive – if vitamin C not there, it can then take over your immune system and that’s when you get sick.
On the flip-side, when a virus enters your body, vitamin C is alerted that there is an incoming toxin. As the virus scans your body to determine if vitamin C is present, the vitamin C loads its gun with ammo.
The vitamin C wins, of course. If you have enough of it, that is.
A virus cannot survive when vitamin C punctures its toxic, protective shell – this simply disarms the virus.
Some people will debate this, but why all the negativity? I think you should try whatever you can when faced with a serious disease. Especially if trying vitamin therapy does no harm.
Plus, I know it works for me. I haven’t had a head cold or the flu for at least 20 years.
I take 1,000 to 2,000 mg Acerola every day. I have for 30 years,
How Much Vitamin C Do You Take?
Today, vitamin C is more important than ever due to the COVID-19 virus. If your body has enough daily vitamin C to disarm any virus, then this should help your resistance to the Coronavirus.
Use Vitamin C to bowel tolerance, which means that when you have more vitamin C than your body needs, you’ll have a loose stool.
Begin with 1,000 to 2,000-mg. vitamin C each day and increase by 1,000 mg. daily until you have a loose stool. Remain at this dose, or slightly below, to maintain a soft stool.
You can split your daily dosage into two (2) or three (3) doses a day, if preferred. You can also increase your vitamin C when needed if your stools become dry, if your allergies kick up, or if you feel you are getting sick.
I recommend taking vitamin C seven (7) days a week because humans don’t make vitamin C in their liver like all other animals do. People must get vitamin C from their diet, or from supplements.
As I write in The Richardson Cancer Prevention Diet, the primate (including humans, apes, and monkeys), the Guinea pig, and one type of bat in India don’t make our own vitamin C. So, we must get it daily from our diets.
Don’t Use Vitamin C From Corn
Vitamin C from corn is NOT a good choice. It’s less expensive for a reason – you can have a reaction to corn-based vitamin C that causes IBS, nausea, intestinal gas, and cramping.
This is due to the high fructose corn base and not the vitamin itself.
Vitamin C cannot be stored in the body, so it should be provided every day to keep the body in optimum health.
The Cornavirus Bat
Unlike most all other animals, the human body is unable to produce its own vitamin C. Humans, guinea pigs, apes (primates), and one species of bat in India are the only animals known to mankind that are unable to produce vitamin C within their livers.
Now you know why the Chinese were testing COVID 19 on bats.
A 150-pound animal produces an average of 15 grams of vitamin C every day. When the animal is stressed, its liver produces as much vitamin C as needed to meet the demands on its body.
Some animals have been known to produce up to 100 grams (100,000 mg.) of vitamin C in one day when put under extreme stress – like when they’re being hunted.
Yet, humans depend on their diet exclusively for their supply of vitamin C. When under stress, we require much more vitamin C than the minimal daily requirements.
Cooking destroys vitamin C, so it is important to include in your diet two or more servings of a raw vegetable or fruit every day.
Foods With Vitamin C
The most common foods containing vitamin C are:
- lemons and limes
- raw vegetables
- green peppers
It’s time to get back to the basics of eating to prevent viruses and disease.
For more on vitamin C, read Chapter 5, “The Significance of vitamin C and Cancer” in The Richardson Caner Prevention Diet, free to Hullistic Network members.
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Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only, and is educational in nature. The FDA may not have evaluated some of the statements. This article is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please discuss with your own, qualified health care provider before adding supplements or making any changes to your dietary program.
Before taking vitamins, consult your doctor; pre-existing medical conditions or medications you are taking can affect how your body responds to multivitamins.
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