Vitamin C, taken intravenously (IV) can cause cancer apoptosis (killing of the cancer cells). Dr. Linus Pauling, 1901-1994, was awarded the Nobel Prize, for chemistry in 1954. Most of the research early on to demonstrate the benefits of mega doses of Vitamin C, given intravenously was performed by Dr. Pauling.
If you’re anything like me, one of the first things you probably think about it as you peel a fresh, juicy orange is the fruits most celebrated nutritional constituent is vitamin C.
Vitamin C’s ability to ward off illness like the common cold and influenza Has been widely established. Many a scientific study has shown that this powerful antioxidant cannot only help to boost immune system, but also prevent the formation of serious chronic health condition such as heart disease. As extensive as vitamin c’s resume of help benefits, however, there’s a whole lot more to the story than people realize -Particularly with regards to cancer.
Because vitamin C helps to stimulate the production of white blood cells inside the body, as well as protect the body cellular system against oxidative damage, it is inherently anti-cancer by definition. The benefits of simply consuming vitamin C as a part of your diet can only go so far, especially for people who are already sick or who have already received their cancer diagnosis. Such individuals require far more Vitamin C than their bodies can process from food in order to take advantage of his therapeutic benefits. We are talking megadoses of vitamin C.
Just to be clear, pouring a few extra packets of vitamin C powder into your water or juice every day, or taking an additional handful of vitamin C tablets with your meals, isn’t going to cut it. To the contrary an ever expanding cohort of scientific evidence suggests that the greatest benefits to be obtained from vitamin C only when the nutrient is the minister intravenously (IV) through an injection. This allows it to bypass digestion and metabolization entirely.
Many people don’t know this, but the human body can only assimilate so much vitamin C orally before it is basically calls it a day and flushes out via your urine. According to the national Institute of health (NIH ) office of dietary supplements, the sweet spot for maximum vitamin C absorption hovers somewhere between 30 to 180 mg. Or roughly 1 to 3 oranges, depending on a person’s metabolism per day. Anything beyond 1 g of consumed vitamin C in a 24 hour period and bioavailability drops dramatically. This means the body gains increasingly few were benefits with each additional increment of vitamin C intake.
It is definitely possible to maximize oral intake bioavailability by taking smaller doses of vitamin C throughout the day, rather than a big those all at once. However, you still won’t get anywhere near the super doses that science suggest can profoundly scale back-and in some cases, even fully eradicate, a serious cancer diagnosis.
We’re talking doses as high as 1 g of vitamin C per kilogram of an individuals total body weight. In other words, extremely high amounts for beyond what diet alone can provide.