The overlooked and underated vitamin…

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Vitamin C

Vitamin-C is probably the most overlooked and underrated vitamin, the reason for this is quite simple. It’s cheap, very readily available, it works in a multitude of positive ways oh and the biggest reason is that Big Pharma can’t make billions of dollars ripping off innocent people.

Now don’t rush out and buy copious amounts of Vitamin C to throw down your throat, please read this chapter and have a better understanding of how this incredible vitamin can improve your life.

Taking vitamin c orally in large doses will more than likely induce diarrhea, I personally take 10g’s per day, I didn’t just jump up to 10 grams, I started with 1g per day and did that for a few days then gradually increased the dose by 1g every few days until I was taking 10g’s per day.

Dr Levy who I’ll talk about in more detail recommends taking between 7-15g’s per day, and Dr Huggins says that by taking just 3g’s per day will mean it’s unlikely you will ever have a cold or the flu again.

I’ll start by telling you about this incredible man, Thomas E Levy, MD, JD. Wonderful combination, doctor and lawyer, now I think he has a very good understanding of what he can and can’t say.

A product Dr Levy promotes very strongly is Lypo-Spheric Vit-C; this comes in small 1g packs. You might remember earlier I talked about small doses of Vit-C and how that’s not very effective. Well this comes in a liposomal form, a gel that is absorbed in the small intestine so it has the same effect as 8.25 grams of regular vitamin c. You can get this product which I strongly recommend from Livon Labs..

1-866-790-2107

www.livonlabs.com      

What Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD, says about Lypo-Spheric™ Vitamin C

“Comparing the bioavail-ability of all other oral vitamin C delivery with your oral liposomal delivery is like comparing a squirt gun to a fire hose. Not only am I convinced that the efficacy of Lypo-Spheric™ Vitamin C far surpasses any traditional oral vitamin C supplement, but my recent personal experience with it suggests that it may sometimes be better than IV injection.”

 

 

 

So what are liposomes, exactly?

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Liposomes are belayed (double-layer), liquid-filled bubbles made from phospholipids. Over 50 years ago, researchers discovered that these spheres could be filled with therapeutic agents and used to protect and deliver these agents into the body and even into specific cells of the body.
The belayed structure of liposomes is nearly identical to the belayed construction of the cell membranes that surround each of the cells in the human body. This occurs because of the unique composition of phospholipids. The phosphate (source of “phospho” in phospholipid) head of phospholipids is hydrophilic — it loves water — whereas the fatty-acid tails (lipids) are hydrophobic — they hate water.

 

When phospholipids find themselves in a water-based solution, the hydrophobic tails quickly move to distance themselves from the liquid just like oil separates from vinegar. So, as all the tails turn inward and all the heads turn toward the liquid, they form a double-layered membrane with all the tails pointing toward one another and the heads facing the outside or the inside of the sphere that they have formed.

Now let’s go back in time to the last century, the 1940’s, Dr Frederick Klenner, a general practitioner specializing in disease of the chest.  A man was brought into the hospital with encephalitis which at that time was another of the incurable diseases.

The hospital basically said “there is nothing we can do for him, put him into the ward, he’ll be dead in two days.

Dr Klenner suggested that he could help him; you can imagine the response from the other doctors. Anyway Dr Klenner gave him 5,000 mg of vitamin c intravenously three times each day for three days. On the fourth day he was discharged from hospital and on the fifth day he went back to work.

http://www.doctoryourself.com/klennerbio.html

Great information about Dr Klenner and his work with polio patients.

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