posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 05:59 AM
Originally posted by 3n19m470
I am astounded! Simple Vitamin C helped these Fukishima workers survive that radiation exposure?? I wonder if injecting it was just a convenience over
the option of taking over a hundred pills or does it make any other difference compared to swallowing it? Not all of us have the equipment or
knowledge to do that at home or the money to pay a doctors costs. But we can all buy the pills in the store... I'm pretty sure that when you swallow
a substance, not all of it goes into your bloodstream as opposed to injecting it. So some of it gets wasted as it passes through your digestive
system, isn't that right? So in order to get the full benefit of 25,000mg of vitamin C, you might have to swallow 30,000-50,000 or maybe more,
depending on what I believe is known as the "bioavailability percentage" of said substance. Does anyone know if that's true or not? I really wanna
know how many pills to swallow if some radioactive shizzy goes down in my 'hood...
i have vitamin C tablets that you desolve in water, they are 1000mg or 1250% RDA
125 times over what your daily intake should be!!! no
wonder everyone is sick
but i pain €1.17 for a pack of 20 which i think is very good comparing what you would pay in other shops for even less mg/tablet.
so i would have to take 25,000 tablets, and that is 25,000 devided by 20 = 1250 packets @ €1.17 each = €1068.37 per dose per day for me if i were
living next to a nuclear plant melting down.
vitamin C is a whole new topic i think. its is so beneficial for the body it has been proven to reduce and cure in some cases
cancer,desieses(spl),ilnesses and flu,cold,viruses......
it really is a wonder vitamin!! and i personally take 3,000mg/day or 3750%RDA
along with other supliments.
i have not gottin sick for over a year and a half(and thats including a head cold!!)