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Vitamin C May Be A Life-Saver

 
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05/08/2005 03:53 PM
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Vitamin C May Be A Life-Saver
Vitamin C May Be A Life-Saver
Mega-doses Can Counter Avian Flu, Hepatitis &
Herpes, And Control Advance Of AIDS
By Jane Feinmann
The Independent - UK
4-14-05

Imagine that a deadly virus is sweeping the world, killing and maiming hundreds of thousands of children. Nothing seems able to stop it - until a doctor stands up at the American Medical Association and reports on 60 cases involving severely infected children, all of whom have been cured. Yet his work, subsequently reported in a peer-review journal, is ignored, leaving the virus to wreak havoc for decades.

This isn´t a docudrama about some futuristic plague - it´s a true story about what happened in June 1949 when polio was at its peak. Dr Frederick Klenner, a clinical researcher from Reidsville, North Carolina, reported that a massive intravenous dose of Vitamin C - up to 20,000mg daily for three days (today´s recommended daily allowance is 60mg) - had cured 60 of his patients. The findings were published in a medical journal, yet there was virtually no interest. Apart from a couple of minor trials, no attempt was made to find out if they had any scientific substance.

Relating this curious incident in a new book, Vitamin C, Infectious Diseases & Toxins: Curing the Incurable, Dr Thomas Levy, a US cardiologist, admits to being gripped by a range of emotions when he came across Klenner´s work and other studies that replicated it. "To know that polio had been easily cured yet so many people continued to die, or survived to be permanently crippled by it, was difficult to accept."

Levy argues that the medical profession has routinely ignored research showing that high doses of Vitamin C can combat bacteria, toxins and severe viral infections including avian flu, SARS, hepatitis and herpes. And this is not a case of doctors sniffing at anecdotal evidence from a handful of enthusiasts. "Vitamin C is possibly the best-researched substance in the world. There are more than 24,000 papers and articles on the authoritative clinical website, Medline. Yet virtually the all the evidence has been dismissed." Levy even claims that Aids can be controlled if a high enough dosage of Vitamin C is maintained.

This is not the first time doctors have had their cages rattled over the benefits of Vitamin C. The controversy has been simmering since 1753, when just a couple of sucks of a lime were shown to prevent scurvy. In the 1950s the chemist Linus Pauling, a double Nobel prize-winner, promoted the use of mega-doses of Vitamin C, but his research was rubbished by clinicians.

Recently, the anti-Vitamin C sentiment has grown. It has been blamed for causing the formation of kidney stones, and a study published in the journal Science in 2001 found that even 200mg doses of Vitamin C "facilitated the production of DNA-damaging agents associated with a variety of cancers". This finding was widely interpreted as proving that Vitamin C causes cancer.

Britain´s Food Standards Agency recommends taking a maximum of 1,000mg of Vitamin C a day. But a directive going through the European Parliament aims to reduce this to less than 100mg in an attempt to harmonise dosages across the Continent. Despite being dubbed "illegal" by the advocate general of the European Court of Justice last week, the directive could still be passed.

The controversy has not put off consumers, many of whom take Vitamin C to ward off colds. The 1,000 mg capsule is the most popular single vitamin in Britain, with the 500mg version second.

Some people argue that we can get sufficient Vitamin C from a diet rich in fruit and vegetables, but Levy disagrees. The problem, he says, is that a genetic design fault makes us unable to synthesise our own Vitamin C. Levy claims that while recommended daily allowances of 60mg are enough to prevent the development of scurvy in otherwise healthy people, much higher levels are required to maintain health when an infection strikes. At such times, the body begins to "metabolise unusually large amounts of vitamin C, keeping stores so depleted that the recommended daily allowance will not even prevent many of the symptoms of scurvy from developing".

Levy claims that the reason why most animals stay healthy throughout their lives, while humans spend years coping with one or more chronic diseases, is that animals make their own Vitamin C. The wild goat, for instance, makes around 13,000mg a day, rising to 100,000mg when faced with life-threatening infectious or toxic stress, according to a 1961 study published in the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.


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Last Edited by theDtrain on 10/02/2011 11:03 AM
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12/08/2005 10:16 AM
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YES ! Vit. C is a Life Saver....it definitely saved my Life! It is truly "the Master Nutrient" YAY for C !! btw, if you are on a cycle of antibiotics for any reason, taking 500mg of vit. C with each dose of antibiotic, will make the healing ability of it more effective, as well as mollify any yeast producing tendencies.. Vit. C is the way to go. Vit C is a natural antihistamine too..it´s the only thing I use to get me through the allergy season....and no hormone disrupting side affects such as OTC antihistimanes can give. headbang..u2efine..headbang
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12/08/2005 10:16 AM
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I have a tub of it in my pantry. When I heard of the Codex Alimentarius I stocked up.
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12/08/2005 10:16 AM
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The World Health Organization forsees a viral flu pandemic coming up this fall, of a size and scope not seen since the pandemic of 1918 which was a very efficient killer.

That last pandemic followed the Venus transit, as this one seems to be. Some say Venus is a giant viral petri dish that leaves a contrail of bacteria in it´s path. Interesting.

I would monitor Vitamin C supplies, or stock up before prices go north during a pandemic.
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bump. Sick to death of the pharmaceutical industry doing everything in their power to cover-up the enormous benefits of this simple, inexpensive CURE.

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