Vitamin C

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High Dosage Vitamin C

High Dose Vitamin C


High dose vitamin C challenges cancer cells at a metabolic level while at the same time does no damage whatsoever to normal functioning health cells. Also, to clear up any confusion on whether or not there is any scientific research to prove this there are over ninety-one thousand publications on PubMed regarding the effect it has on cancer.

Cancer cells, unlike healthy human cells, are both flawed and primitive. They are lacking in many enzymes that normal healthy cells have in copious amounts and also, they are not able to use oxygen to metabolize glucose into energy production. One example of a particular enzyme that transforms oxygen and water into hydrogen peroxide is catalase.

Hydrogen peroxide production in and outside the cells results from high doses of vitamin C (ascorbic acid). Hydrogen peroxide is used by normal cells for specific metabolic needs and whatever is not needed is converted in oxygen and water which is healthy stuff.

Here’s the good news, cancer cells have very small amounts of catalase, so they aren’t able to convert the hydrogen peroxide into water and oxygen and as a result, they are oxidized and killed off. So, what does this tell us, well, it tells us that ascorbic acid or high dose vitamin C is very good for healthy cells and very bad for the cancer cells.

The National Institute of Health (NIH), the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)  have finally confirmed the research findings that Linus Pauling, Ph.D., Hugh Riordan, MD and many other scientists and physicians over the past few decades have conducted regarding the therapeutic utility of treating cancer with vitamin C.

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