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Originally posted by MegaMind
To shagreen and others not noticing a huge difference ...
I can see that if a person was already in good health with no brain fog to speak of that they may not notice any appreciable difference in alertness or energy from the vitamin C.
Originally posted by RogerT3
I also have to report that over the past year or so, diet and nutrition seem to be having a less and less effect on my well-being and general state of body-balance (physical health). Non-physical factors are becoming more and more dominant. My personal woo-woo belief is that there are huge consciousness developments going on for a lot of us that affect the physical stuff in a major way, and each person is having their own unique, tailored ride.
Originally posted by EdwynaGolden
I had cancer 5 years ago, had to have a hysterectomy and 10 days later, I was rushed back to MD Anderson in Houston for emergency surgery for a hernia where the inner stitches had broken or were missed (still undetermined) and 12 inches of bowel looped through the hole coming back in. Well, I nearly died from that, but that is a looong story! The reason I bring this up is... It is super common for women who have a hysterectomy to gain weight. It's also common for them to lose a LOT of vitality from such an intrusion. I have gained about 70 lbs since then, and after I work (on my butt behind a computer all week), I am normally DONE by the time the weekend arrives. I have laid in my bed ALL weekend on the computer or watching TV or reading, just because I had no energy to do anything. I would cook IF I couldn't get the kids to do it, but I've let my house go and the kids have practically taken over that. I have gradually gotten this way since the recovery (ALL CANCER IS STILL GONE!!! YAY)... But, over the past 2 years, I have gotten sooo bad, that I don't feel as though I even have the energy to walk to the kitchen for a drink... It's been really bad and this is the BEST thing that has happened for me to get me up!! Honestly, this is exactly as the OP has in his title, "This stuff is frickin AMAZING!!!!!"
I am sooo grateful for the OP and for all of you who have attributed to the 'research' in getting this right and the dosing... etc... You are all such a Blessing to me, and I hope you all continue in good health and feeling good for the next HUNDRED years!!
I also wake up VERY easily and feeling good!! THAT in itself is a frickin miracle!!! I am a tough one to get up... But, I just feel like I did in my 30's...ALREADY
Maybe after a week, I'll feel like I did in my 20's???! Wow.. I am sooo grateful! I was VERY sore last night from the 2 days of climbing the ladder and the painting. I thought that today I would not be able to walk, because in the past, after any kind of excertion on my part even HALF as long as I worked this weekend would've cost me a couple days work and contemplating muscle relaxers...But, I tell you all... I woke up this morning and I don't hurt very bad at all!! Not even a need for an Ibuprofen!! I CAN feel the strain of my muscles a little, but OMG.... I FEEL SOOOOO WONDERFUL!!! Thank you OP and ALL of you who helped me decide to try this... Thank you FOREVER for this miracle!!! I can't wait to see how it continues to help me! And, I PRAY that my friend will soon realize at least SOME of the benefits that I am experiencing now. I LOVE this stuff!!!
Originally posted by 2serious
reply to post by EdwynaGolden
Wow! Amazing testimony, Edwyna! Thanks for sharing. I'm so excited that you are noticing dramatic improvement in how you feel. I think if we could all feel just a bit better, that will lead to better things -- like more exercise, healthier outlook (then improved relationships, perhaps), better dietary choices, etc. The chain reaction alone will be a terrific boon. Someone earlier on was going on a 'superfood diet!' Just not enough thanks for dominicus for posting, really. What I find cool is that no one comes to ATS looking for dietary supplements (at least not me). So, for this to happen here is fabulous and to me speaks of the grass-roots, self-empowerment of it all. Keep up the questions and answers. I'm pretty much done working on the wiki for now.
Please, if you are new to the thread, before you ask a question, visit this wikispaces page:
I have organized much of the helpful information found in this thread into an entirely searchable and categorized site. Still hoping for another editor or two to join me. Thanks and cheers to all!
Originally posted by RogerT3
how do we sign up? (yep, that's a bit selfish I know!)
ETA: at least I can add the URL to my sig
Again, nice job