The real take-away? Her friend drank, smoked, and was highly stressed, but at 74 is very healthy. Oh, and she faithfully took vitamins every day.ofonorow wrote:http://www.westlakebayvillageobserver.com/read/2017/09/06/read-this-before-you-reach-for-the-vitamin-bottle
The above is a rather minor "hit piece" but we know that ABC is planning a major hit piece based on their contacting us about the FDA warning letter.
Popular supplements and remedies such as vitamin C, selenium, and acai berries had no evidence to support the idea that they could treat cancer.
That article reads like it was written by a random word generator! No good information and not worth wading through.ofonorow wrote:http://punchng.com/do-you-need-those-vitamin-supplements/ Good news is that this article is obtuse and hard to read anyway
Taking massive doses of vitamin C to protect against viruses and diseases may actually have harmful effects.
So who started the myths about vitamin C?
Known as “The Vitamin C Man,” Linus Pauling was the most famous forerunner of using high doses of vitamin C as a treatment for colds and other diseases, including cancer.
The effectiveness of vitamin C in preventing and relieving the symptoms of virus-induced respiratory infections.
RESULTS: Overall, reported flu and cold symptoms in the test group decreased 85% compared with the control group after the administration of megadose Vitamin C. CONCLUSION: Vitamin C in megadoses administered before or after the appearance of cold and flu symptoms relieved and prevented the symptoms in the test population compared with the control group.
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