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Are Tropical Fish in Danger of Getting Kidney Stones from Vitamin C?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 33657200:MV8yMTMxMzAzXzM1OTcyMjQxXzRBMjMxQjUx] I've never heard that before. If that is the case then I should have kidney stones. I have mega-dosed Vit C for the last 15 yrs. 4000mg. to 15000mg.daily depending on the circumstances. I started lipo-C about a year ago and have not had a cold or flu yet. I'm giving it 5 years to make a definite conclusion. I've always heard kidney stones are caused from a calcium deficiency. [/quote]
Commentary by Andrew W. Saul, Editor
(OMNS Feb 6, 2013) Once again, the possibly over-medicated media are trying to scare you off vitamin C supplements. Not to worry: this happens every now and then. In my 37 years in the natural health arena, I have observed that the old "vitamin C causes kidney stones" legend dies mighty hard.
The mythical "vitamin C kidney stone" is a lot like a unicorn. You know what one is, yet they do not exist. For further explanation, the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service will be following up this editorial in a few days with a review article on why vitamin C does not cause kidney stones.
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