Vitamin C, antioxidant, detoxifying, and more
Vitamin C: An essential vitamin for the v …
Vitamin C is an essential element in our body. Its deficiency results in the appearance of illnesses, chronic fatigue and other unpleasant symptoms.
Vitamin C is an essential element for our body. Its deficiency results in the appearance of illnesses, chronic fatigue and other unpleasant symptoms.
Who benefits from disinformation?
Never has such a simple molecule aroused as much passion as vitamin C. If the demonstration by James Lind of the effect of a very low dose (10 mg) to cure or prevent scurvy is now universally accepted, it However, it is important to remember that it took 118 years for it to be adopted by the two English navies.
Today the other demonstration, just as vital, that of “mega doses” despite multitudes of conclusive studies is still not accepted. However, the facts are there, vitamin C: is not expensive, has practically no side effects and with 2 to 4 g per day it prevents and permanently cures the causes of an impressive number of diseases. It is far too good to be accepted by pharmaceutical companies whose choices in medicine are diametrically opposed. And this explains why for more than 60 years, censorship, disinformation has tried by all means to prevent the dissemination of this kind of news and does not aim in any way to protect consumers as it claims, but rather to protect the on the stock exchange of labs!Now let’s take a look at the facts and why we call her the queen of vitamins.
Our body is unable to manufacture the Vitamin C that we constantly need.
Vitamin C is an essential element for our body. Its deficiency results in the appearance of diseases, chronic fatigue and other unpleasant symptoms. Almost all animal species are able to manufacture the Vitamin C that their metabolism needs, in varying amounts according to the needs of the moment. Only a few rare species are, like us, deprived of this privilege and must daily consume the fruits and vegetables necessary for this vital supply of Vitamin C that they are no longer able to produce organically. The guinea pig is one of these animals and becomes diabetic within a month when it is deprived of Vitamin C in its food. This highlights the close link between Vitamin C and Insulin establishing, if necessary,the seriousness of a persistent vitamin C deficiency for diabetics. It is interesting to note that the laboratory signs of scurvy (vitamin C deficiency) and advanced diabetes are identical.
Our current diet is poor in Vitamin C
Our way of life, current production techniques, treatments applied to foodstuffs and their storage are determining factors in the nutritional quality of the food we consume. They are directly responsible for destroying most of the Vitamin C they are believed to contain. The same is true of trace elements and minerals that are no longer present in plants due to the depletion of cultivated land.
The Harms of Vitamin C Deficiency
Vitamin C is necessary for the maintenance of all our metabolic functions and of Life itself. Indeed, Vitamin C participates in all the cellular exchanges of our body. It is an essential factor for the proper functioning of our immune system. Vitamin C deficiency is very common and it prepares the ground for a multitude of pathologies: colds, flu, chronic fatigue, bleeding from the nose or gums, bruises on the skin at the slightest shock, allergies, depression, progressive degradation of all our functions can lead to death. This was the case with sailors leaving in good health on sailboats crossing the Atlantic for too long months. Many of them died before the end of the trip.
Vitamin C deficiency causes fragility of the blood capillaries resulting in nosebleeds by rupture of the vessels, retinal hemorrhages in diabetics, greater tissue degeneration in the elderly: osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, eye damage (from macula or cataract). It should be noted that animals deprived of Vitamin C develop cataracts that are not recoverable, or very little recoverable after correction of this deficiency. Italian researchers have found that intraocular hypertension tends to normalize in many cases of glaucoma within two weeks of correcting the deficiency of Vitamin C by sufficiently large intakes of this Vitamin.
This is not surprising when we know that the concentration of Vitamin C normally contained in the eye is 40 times greater than the concentration of Vitamin C contained in the blood plasma.
Vitamin C is a powerful anti-oxidant
When we are deficient in Vitamin C the overloaded free radicals in our cells find a clear path to destroy our cell membranes. These free radical overloads are determining factors in the onset of tissue aging, chronic fatigue, immune deficiencies, atherosclerosis and other degenerative diseases.
Vitamin C allows the rejection of the poisons that we absorb
We store in our tissues, over time, toxic heavy metals intimately linked to our cells: mercury from dental amalgam, lead from exhaust gases or old paints (lead poisoning in children, cause of school delay), cadmium from cigarettes, etc.
We cannot fight against the pollution of the air we breathe, the water we drink, the fruits, vegetables and grains that we consume daily in our diet.
You should know that Vitamin C has the property of allowing the implementation of biological reactions which transform the poisons stored in our tissues into soluble salts, thus participating in their elimination in the urine and in the feces. In the event of vitamin C deficiency, when the quantity of vitamin C present in our vessels and in our cells is insufficient, this function of rejecting poisons that we absorb without our knowledge is not implemented. This protective action of Vitamin C which safeguards the proper functioning of our various organs is unknown. Vitamin C should be consumed daily and several times a day to prevent this deficiency.
Daily vitamin C intake must be permanent to prevent the onset of this deficiency. Indeed, Vitamin C is not stored in our body, Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) becomes dehydro-ascorbic acid (oxidized form of Vitamin C) when Vitamin C is used in cellular exchanges and this dehydro-ascorbic acid is then released in the urine.
Research has been published by Professor Irwin Stone (USA) on the importance of the ratio: Vitamin C available (Ascorbic Acid) to Vitamin used (Dehydro-ascorbic acid).
This ratio is 14 in healthy people (i.e. they have fourteen times more usable Vitamin C in their blood than oxidized Vitamin C). This relationship is reversed when people are critically ill to the fateful 0.3 when people are on the verge of death (meningitis). It is easily understood that it is easier and faster to act on the quantity of Vitamin C immediately available than on the attackers of the immune system often responsible for the installation of this critical situation.
The aggressors of our immune system
The main aggressors of our immune system are stress, excessive consumption of tobacco or alcohol, pollution by heavy metals. Regular exposure to electromagnetic fields (TV, computers, high voltage lines) also has an immunosuppressive effect by an overproduction of adrenaline inhibiting the production of melatonin. The chemicals used without our knowledge to preserve and store the foodstuffs that we consume are also present in the water that we drink and in the air that we breathe, following the spreading and spraying carried out by farmers on their crops that we also consume. Indeed, these chemical substances spread on the plants run off with the first rain,are absorbed by the roots of the plants we eat. They also penetrate the ground and finally end up in the underground water table in which the water distribution companies pump the water that we consume in soups, but also for washing vegetables, cooking pasta or rice, etc. The list is long of all these pollutions which draw from our stock of Vitamin C more and more important, in order to counterbalance the harmful effects of “civilization”.The list is long of all these pollutions which draw from our stock of Vitamin C more and more important, in order to counterbalance the harmful effects of “civilization”.The list is long of all these pollutions which draw from our stock of Vitamin C more and more important, in order to counterbalance the harmful effects of “civilization”.
Dr Bastien, doctor in Remiremont in the Vosges, administered, for more than 10 years, to his patients poisoned by poisonous mushrooms, large quantities of Vitamin C. Enthusiastic by the results obtained, not having lost any, he tasted by three times, in front of the television cameras, dishes of Phalloid Amanita (up to 250 grams of mushrooms, theoretically deadly at only a few tens of grams) and this at each demonstration at the same time that he was consuming Vitamin C. And he survived that experience every time.
If he had performed this feat, it was for the sole purpose of convincing his unbelieving colleagues of the merits of his discovery … What remains today of Doctor Bastien’s protocol?
How to preserve our health?
Dr Walach (USA), agricultural engineer, veterinarian, doctor, has the hobby of keeping a register of the age of death of doctors known in the USA for their opposition to the daily consumption of vitamins and minerals in addition to our diet. He was able to highlight the fact that most of them die before the age of 60, some dying much younger.
It is not the same for the doctors who advocate the daily intake of food supplements and in particular Vitamin C. In contrast Professor Thomas Barlow, personal doctor to Queen Victoria of England who first described childhood scurvy. 100 years. The double Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling, lived 94 years and he still gave Lectures in front of 3000 people at the age of 90 years. Albert Szent-Györgyi, Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1937, who was the first to synthesize Vitamin C, lived to be 93 years old. Tadeusz Reichstein, Nobel Prize winner in 1950 for his research on Vitamin C, lived to be 99 years old. Doctor Fréderic Klenner, eminent specialist in Vitamin C whose clinical research is authoritative exceeded 90 years.Taking Vitamin C daily (2 to 3 times a day at mealtimes), immediately available in the form of a food supplement, is a simple and inexpensive way to prevent the installation of deficiencies often linked to the appearance of situations dramatic events that we have just mentioned. As Doctor Corson wrote in his book “Our Guardian Angel: Vitamin C”, the role that Vitamin C plays in maintaining our health is truly that of a guardian angel.Vitamin C “, the role played by Vitamin C in maintaining our health is really that of a guardian angel.Vitamin C “, the role played by Vitamin C in maintaining our health is really that of a guardian angel.
How much vitamin C to absorb?
Vitamin C is food, not medicine! !. It is therefore useless to wait for her doctor to finally inquire and decide to advise her. In natural form, it is mainly found in raw fruits and vegetables. The little acerola cherry contains 3400 mg, the rosehip 1000 mg, the kiwi 200 mg, the blackcurrant 200 mg, the parsley 170 mg, the cabbage 140 mg, the orange 50 mg and the fruit cluster 40 mg. For example, to have an average intake of vitamin C, comparable to that which almost all animals bio-synthesize, we would need to eat 6 kg of oranges or 1.5 kg of kiwis or more simply 3 g of concentrated tablets. natural fruit base.
The average daily dose can vary according to the needs – type of diet, fatigue, pollution, stress, injury, operation – and the desired results, slowing down aging, maintaining foolproof health and at any age … It is however recommended to start with a minimum of 3 to 4g to soak up the body. We can then decrease or increase the dose slightly and individually find out what suits us best. Do not hesitate to drink a lot. At first, your sleep can occasionally be light. Afterwards, it’s like with coffee (much better!), You will get used to it and Vitamin C can even cure you of your insomnia. Beyond 3g / day, it is indeed important to pay attention to a possible decrease in alertness and an increase in drowsiness.
The therapeutic doses of Vitamin C to be distributed during the day, can range from 4 to 10 g and even more, according to the intensity of the disease. In such a situation to find out the maximum amount our body needs, Linus Pauling simply recommended increasing the dose until the onset of diarrhea. It is then sufficient to reduce the dose until the threshold of intestinal tolerance is found. There is no risk of overdose. Only newborns less than one month old and people with hemochromatosis should not take vitamin C as a supplement. In acute medical uses, intoxication, bacterial or virus diseases, injections or intravenous infusions must be used and doses of 50g and more should be given.
Vitamin C is therefore an ally of choice against the harmful effects of disease, poisoning by pollutants and against aging. Due to its affordable cost and its absence of adverse effects, it is no longer allowed to do without. Even in excellent health, Vitamin C keeps the individual healthy and it is so easy to try. So why miss out on an extra chance to be well?
Another fascinating story to watch closely.
By judiciously using several vitamins (including naturally C), different amino acids, trace elements and an enzyme, Dr Matthias Rath has achieved tremendous results and laid the foundations for a new health system for all. In specific areas, he created a dozen supplements focused on the prevention and cure of our diseases of civilization. You can order for free his book “Why animals do not have a heart attack men do!”, Dedicated to the eradication of cardiovascular diseases, by calling in France at: (0033) (0) 825 825 007 or in Holland at: (0031) 546 533 360 or visit its website:
www.drrath.comto discover the incredible crusade of this talented and very courageous Doctor of whom we will speak again soon.
From a file by Dr Gilbert Crussol,
Published in the magazine Alternatif
Dr CD, FICD, Member International Academy
of Oral Medicine and Toxicology
(Researcher, lecturer in nutrition)
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There isn’t much to add, other than a question:
From your article,
vitamin C supplements appear to be necessary for maintaining iron health. Would they be essential?
This is in any case the opinion of an article that I found on the net:
Vitamin C necessary food supplement
What do you think?
Yeah, when it comes to selling something I can’t help but be skeptical … For a supposedly ostracized molecule it is more than present on the shelves of the pharmacy where I work as well as in the shelves of all supermarkets.
There are a lot of interesting things in this article, but the problem, like in many other articles on micronutrients, is that a substance essential to humans is being made into a kind of miracle cure. all the evils of mankind.
It reminds me of the pro-dairy propaganda forcing the consumption of dairy products for our health because rich in calcium and calcium is what makes good bones … But what makes good bones is certainly calcium but also phosphorus, fluorine, vitamin D, vitamin C, vitamin K …: all these micronutrients are involved in bone metabolism.
The problem is that an excessive intake on one side, a deficit on the other, in short, the imbalance is what is harmful for the body. And it’s not surprising that we are talking more and more about the omega6 / omega3 balance or the Sodium / potassium balance which when they are not respected can be responsible for various and varied health concerns …
So vitamin C injections are not worth, according to my modest knowledge, a balanced diet …
Ps: you should also know that the molecules in foods and those produced in a synthetic way are generally understood in a different way by the body … Something that is not trivial …