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VITAMIN C 90 Softgels - 500 mg
VITAMIN C 90 Softgels



 
Vitamin C 90 Softgel Capsules, offering 500mg per Softgel, costing $0.55 per gram.

Convenient for travel and for those who prefer taking softgel capsules, rather than liquid.
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In the bottle of 90 Vitamin C Softgels, there are a total of 45 grams Vitamin C.
Vitamin C is the most used supplement in the world. There is good reason for this, as the science behind the many benefits of vitamin C is solid. Dr. Svent Gyorgi and Dr. Linus Pauling performed innumerable experiments proving that man, unlike most animals, is dependent upon vitamin C for a healthy existence.

Vitamin C is necessary for metabolism. Vitamin C is needed for the production of the neurotransmitter substances dopamine and epinephrine; the stress hormones. Vitamin C helps thyroid hormone production. This hormone-supplementing role of Vitamin C makes it important to the nervous system to help it manage stress, reduce fatigue and slow metabolism. This attribute makes vitamin C important for anti-aging and life extension treatments. Vitamin C also helps in cholesterol metabolism.

Vitamin C is important for the function of the immune system. It has been shown to activate neutrophils, the predominant white blood cells that work against invading pathogens. Vitamin C stimulates the production of lymphocytes, the white blood cells that are of primary importance to the immune system. Vitamin C stimulates interferon production which causes the immune system to respond to viral invaders.

Vitamin C, in moderate doses, is absorbed well in the intestines. It is put to use quickly by the body and is out of the blood stream within 4 hours of ingestion. Vitamin C is used more quickly by some people than by others. In all people, external factors can cause vitamin C to be used up more quickly. These factors include:

Situations of stress
Smoking and alcohol consumption
Illness and fever
viral infections
medications including: antibiotics, cortisone, aspirin, pain medicines, sulfa drugs
environmental toxins including: DDT, petroleum products, carbon monoxide, and
heavy metals

To summarize; the positive effects of vitamin C on the body are:

enhancing immune function
preventative antioxidant effect
collagen formation
adrenal support
action against viral infectious agents (colds, influenza, hepatitis, herpes, mononucleosis, shingles, measles)
action against bacterial and fungal infections
reduce inflammation (cystitis, bronchitis, prostatitis, bursitis, arthritis, asthma)
aid in kidney function
post surgical recovery
recovery from injuries
recovery from addiction including, drugs, alcohol and nicotine
detoxification
natural laxative
anemia - aids in iron absorption
preventing arteriosclerosis - slows platelet aggregation, raises level of good HDL
anti-carcinogenic properties

Vitamin C news, articles and information
From my favorite natural health information website,
www.NaturalNews.com:

Vitamin C lowers blood pressure, improves vascular function to lower heart attack and stroke risk
9/12/2012 - Increased blood pressure, even before clinically diagnosed as hypertension, is a significant risk factor for cardiovascular disease and stroke. Elevations of just 3 to 5 millimeters of mercury can dramatically raise the risk of a fatal heart attack or cerebrovascular event. Nearly 30 percent of US adults...

Vitamin C and the big 'C'
6/5/2012 - Vitamin C can curb the growth of cancer cells according to New Zealand scientists who provided hard evidence to the connection between the vitamin C and killing "the big C" (cancer). Vitamin C kills cancer because cancer cells do not have the enzyme catalase to break down hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) into...

Vitamin C cured polio during the epidemic of 1948 - 49
4/27/2012 - It's common for shills and Internet "trolls" commenting on vaccination articles to reference the "eradication of polio" as a vaccine triumph. No mention is made of how polio continues, often from polio vaccinations but under different names. But worse than that is the shield of silence obscuring...

The science of vitamin C - The evidence of its beneficial effects on health is undeniable
12/1/2011 - Among all supplemental vitamins, vitamin C may be the most controversial. The scientist most responsible for bringing vitamin C's benefits to the public, Linus Pauling, has been vilified in an attempt to kill the messenger and marginalize the message. But proof of vitamin C efficacy continues...

The relationship between glucose and vitamin C plays a huge role in health
11/18/2011 - Vitamin C is made naturally in almost all living animals except humans, primates and guinea pigs. Dogs and cats produce their own vitamin C from ingested food that have metabolized into glucose. Humans must consume vitamin C from its food sources, or they risk severe health problems. There is an intimate...

Vitamin C may be effective treatment for heart failure, scientists announce
11/14/2011 - According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), approximately 5.7 million people in the US suffer from heart failure and it takes the lives of about 300,000 Americans each year. Currently, heart failure has no cure although certain medications and lifestyle changes can help many people live longer;...

Vitamin C provides beautiful skin, enhanced immunity and cancer prevention
9/28/2011 - Vitamin C is one of the most well known, cost effective and universally beneficial antioxidants that we know of today. This vitamin topically and internally encourages beautiful skin, helps boost the immune system, and aids in the prevention of several types of cancer. Vitamin C and skin health Vitamin...

Vitamin C protects and heals the body from radiation exposure
4/17/2011 - With the current nuclear reactor event in Japan people are running to the stores to fill up on potassium iodine. Many other options are available to avoid radiation contamination and detox the body. Unlike iodine, which can cause some adverse conditions if taken in doses too large or too long, there...

The health benefits of vitamin C go well beyond a stronger immune system
4/11/2011 - Vitamin C is perhaps best known for its ability to strengthen the immune system. But this potent nutrient also has many other important roles that control significant aspects of our health. When we get enough in our diets, vitamin C helps detoxify our bodies, promotes healing of all of our cells,...

Vitamin C can improve and restore gum health
4/4/2011 - Gum health rarely receives the attention it deserves. However, knowing that three-quarters of Americans over the age of 35 are suffering from gum disease coupled with the fact that researchers believe gum disease is connected to heart disease means gum health is something to be taking seriously. Powerful...

Vitamin C - Cure colds to cancer
12/21/2010 - Vitamin C from citrus was introduced a couple of centuries ago as a cure for scurvy rampant among British mariners. But just what is scurvy? Scurvy is actually defined as a deficiency of vitamin C. Its myriad manifestations appear today. It appears that scurvy was not a particular disease, but a condition...

High levels of Vitamin C in the blood can reduce diabetes risk
12/15/2010 - Mega dosing with Vitamin C has proven to be beneficial in curing diseases and viruses - from the common cold to cancer. Many books by Linus Pauling and thousands of patient cases by Dr Levy, Dr Cathcart and Dr Klenner have proven Vitamin C to be miraculous in its ability to help the body heal. However,...

How to Use Vitamin C for Adrenal Support
9/25/2010 - Many alternative health experts consider vitamin C to be the most important nutrient for adrenal fatigue recovery. Healthy adrenal function requires vitamin C, and some of the highest concentrations of vitamin C in the whole body are found in the adrenal glands. If you`ve experienced symptoms like fatigue,...

Vitamin C Prevents Cancer, Stroke, Diabetes and Heart Disease
9/20/2010 - Vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin that can prevent major diseases such as diabetes, heart attacks, strokes and even cancer. Because vitamin C cannot be manufactured in the human body, intake from foods or supplements is necessary. Vitamin C is easily sourced in citrus fruits, as well as cherries...

Vitamin C puts the brakes on cancer cell growth
8/11/2010 - A half century ago, Linus Pauling began his pioneering research into how vitamin C impacts health (http://www.naturalnews.com/025802.html). Now, almost 25 years after Pauling's death, a new study backs up his contention that vitamin C has remarkable healing and protective benefits. In fact, now...

Vitamin C Provides Powerful Health Benefits
10/6/2009 - Vitamin C has always been claimed to be an essential nutrient for overall health and well being. Humans are not able to produce this vitamin themselves and it is therefore recommended that we take a supplement, or eat 5 servings of fruit and vegetables daily, to ensure the correct dosage.

Vitamin C Deficiency May Damage Babiesí Mental Development
9/20/2009 - According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), learning disabilities are disorders that affect the ability to understand or use spoken or written language, do math calculations, coordinate movements, or direct attention. And the number of Americans with these kinds...

Vitamin C Boosts Life Expectancy and Removes Plaque from Blood Vessels
8/26/2009 - A high intake of vitamin C is shown to improve life expectancy by six years. Not only does vitamin C help prevent the diseases that shorten life, but the vitamin itself has life sustaining properties. Vitamin C is known to help prevent heart attacks and strokes. It repairs blood vessels and helps reduce...

Scientists Discover Vitamin C can Halt Diabetes Damage
7/8/2009 - A team of US and British scientists has discovered that a combined therapy of insulin and vitamin C can stop disease-related blood vessel damage in patients with Type I diabetes. Researchers at the Harold Hamm Diabetes Center in Oklahoma and the University Hospital of Coventry and Warwickshire, UK,...

Vitamin C Shown to be Vital for Optimum Health
6/3/2009 - Vitamin C or ascorbic acid offers many health benefits including being a powerful antioxidant. Recent studies have shown the numerous benefits of including Vitamin C as part of a daily regimen. Vitamin C can decrease health risks....

Vitamin C Stops the Growth of Some Cancerous Tumors in Mice
5/14/2009 - 30 years ago the famous Nobel laureate Linus Pauling said that vitamin C supplements can prevent cancer, a highly controversial statement at the time. Now a team of Johns Hopkins scientists have shown that vitamin C stops the growth of some tumors in mice. The Study The study was lead by Chi Dang,...

Vitamin C Prevents Gout
4/26/2009 - A high daily intake of vitamin C may reduce the risk of gout in men, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Boston University School of Medicine and published in the Archives of Internal Medicine. In a 20-year study on 47,000 male health care professionals, researchers found that...

Universal Vaccine for the Flu? Look No Further Than Vitamin C and Zinc
2/23/2009 - The mainstream media is ablaze today with talk of an important new discovery that could lead to a "universal vaccine" that ends all colds for a lifetime. This universal vaccine, researchers say, would target a common configuration of proteins that occurs in virtually all cases of influenza, including...

Vitamin C Shown to Preserve Bone Density in Older Men
10/31/2008 - Vitamin C is often called "The king of the anti-oxidants" and for good reason. Vitamin C has shown to be effective in treating over forty-six separate health concerns in either a primary or supporting role. It has been shown to either diminish or totally alleviate the symptoms or conditions for which...

Top Five (Virtually Unknown) Reasons You May Need More Vitamin C
9/30/2008 - Back in the late l950s and l960s, Nobel prize winner Linus Pauling turned his attention to studying and documenting how vitamin C could improve health status and help the human body resist and heal from disease. His reward? By the time of his death in l994, he had been branded a "quack" by a large part...

Top Five Secret Reasons You May Need More Vitamin C
9/24/2008 - Back in the late l950s and l960s, Nobel prize winner Linus Pauling turned his attention to studying and documenting how vitamin C could improve health status and help the human body resist and heal from disease. His reward? By the time of his death in l994, he had been branded a "quack" by a large part...

Vitamin C: There May Be a Modern Chronic Deficiency
4/11/2008 - Vitamin C. Mmmm . . . maybe you think of a tall glass of Florida orange juice. Or maybe you grab it at the beginning of the cold season. But would you associate it with cardiovascular disease (CVD) or cancer? Maybe you should. According to an article published in October 2007, in the Journal of Nutrition,...

A New Understanding of the Effect of Vitamin C on Cancer Cells
11/6/2007 - More than thirty years ago Linus Pauling and coworkers pioneered the therapeutic use of high doses of vitamin C (ascorbate) on terminal cancer patients, with promising results. Attempts by mainstream medicine to confirm Pauling's results failed, largely because patients were given vitamin C orally,...

Surgery found to increase vitamin C requirements
9/3/2007 - If you're heading into surgery, you're going to need some extra vitamin C. Andreas Rumelin, MD, of the University of Bonn, Germany, and his colleagues recently investigated how surgery leads to a rapid decrease in vitamin C blood levels and its increased "clearance" from the body. "A reduction of...

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