Vitamin C - What You Don't Know May Kill You AND Why The USDA is Wrong

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posted on Mar, 12 2013 @ 02:42 PM
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Well perhaps you won't get the energy boost most get. Do you already have good energy?

Even so rest assured that the lipo vit c is working inside your body to repair and strengthen your arteries, eliminating toxins and free radicals from you body, building up your immunity from viruses and diseases, strengthening your bones, etc. etc.!!

I hope you will keep it up and let us know how you feel three or six months from now.




posted on Jun, 25 2013 @ 03:31 PM
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Estimated absorption from orally taken ordinary Vitamin C: 16%.

Estimated absorption from venous (shots of) Vitamin C: 30%.

Estimated absoprtion from liposomic Vitamin C: 90%.

Liposomal reaches the tissues faster than even venous injection.

Many illnesses deplete body tissues of ascorbic acid. This can happen in just one or more areas and is not reflected in the blood. When this happens suddenly and extremely, it can be fatal. Many of the end-stage symptoms of diseases that people die of are not coincidentally identical to sudden acute scurvy.

The lecithin used in Liposomal C creates tiny little molecular spheres that hold the AA inside. The liver and intestines handle the lecithin, which is used to create cellular membranes, by sending it to the tissues of the body. The local macrophages break the spheres apart "to use their bricks for rebuilding locally" you might say. When this happens, the ascorbic acid in the sphere is then released into those tissues. That is how it works and why the liposomal version goes so quickly to tissues and in such high percentage.

Perhaps this was already said but I felt it would have been the final info to the awesome initial post on Vitamin C.



posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 04:58 AM
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Age restrictions?

Are there any age restrictions on taking Lipsomil Vit C?

Side note:

This stuff is great fro hangovers.



posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 12:34 PM
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Age restrictions?

Are there any age restrictions on taking Lipsomil Vit C?

Side note:

This stuff is great fro hangovers.


There is no age restriction, however there are dosage instructions for children based on their age and weight. I'll have to dig to find the link to that again.

I believe it was 1 gram per age. 1gram for 1 year old, 2 grams for 2 years old...

Yes, an instant hangover cure.

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posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 12:44 PM
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Here are some dosage guidelines.


...A good rule of thumb for daily supplemental Vitamin C intake is 1000 mg for every 50 pounds of body weight.

This is maintenance dosage, and when supplemental Vitamin C is taken daily, the number of colds and general infections experienced is greatly reduced. I have had numerous patients who said they would always get one or two colds a year, and then go eight or ten years without one once Vitamin C was begun at the recommended dosage level.

Supplementing your child on Vitamin C will save a lot of missed school time, and make parenting much easier. It is also a smart habit to start when the children are in their formative years.

An orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Robert Cathcart, established that the safe upper limit for Vitamin C intake was consistent with diarrhea and/or painful abdominal gas. This he named the “Cathcart point” or “bowel recognition.” His protocol for ear infections, sore throats, etc., is:

on day one, take 1000 mg of Vitamin C every hour while awake;
on day two, take 2000 mg of Vitamin C every hour while awake; and
on day three, take 3000 mg of Vitamin C every hour while awake.


Source



posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 01:38 PM
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Thanks Julie.

I am still taking lipsomil everyday. If anyone has any doubts, please just try it. Really amazing stuff.






posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 09:55 PM
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The problem with C is that if you have certain types of arthritis like I do, is it causes joint pain to significantly increase, and I didn't realize you had to rinse your mouth from the powder mixed in drinks, and harmed my teeth. I'm not sure this isn't a campaign to harm people. I would like to hear the results of many many people taking it in the powdered form, how they do it, in what medium, juice/water? I was taking vitamin C foundation, non GMO, non China, Ron Pauling stuff. It was good grade C powder, and so I'd like to know how others take this, do dental care and if it affects anyone else with arthritis. Have been avoiding C for 2 years now.



posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 10:28 PM
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Unity_99
The problem with C is that if you have certain types of arthritis like I do, is it causes joint pain to significantly increase, and I didn't realize you had to rinse your mouth from the powder mixed in drinks, and harmed my teeth. I'm not sure this isn't a campaign to harm people. I would like to hear the results of many many people taking it in the powdered form, how they do it, in what medium, juice/water? I was taking vitamin C foundation, non GMO, non China, Ron Pauling stuff. It was good grade C powder, and so I'd like to know how others take this, do dental care and if it affects anyone else with arthritis. Have been avoiding C for 2 years now.


Unity99 - The magic is in the delivery method.

Yes, powders taken in mixed drinks can cause harm to the teeth.

You will not get enough absorption this way, which will not give you any relief from arthritis. The reason? You can't get enough in to your body to create a "healing" affect.

That is the magic of "liposomal".

Liposomal gives you 70-100% absorption and allows you to get 1,000's of mgs into your body. You can't get that in a pill or powder form.

Please re-read the parts about why "liposomal" is different. It will make a huge difference in your arthritis. I promise you that.

Gone are my days of waking up sore, feet hurt as soon as they hit the floor...Sore bones and muscles...all gone.



posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 11:10 PM
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Well my experience put me off, but when you share that result, Im going to give this a try once more using the other delivery method. I just ordered an ultrasonic machine from amazon, it wasnt the most expensive one, but one of the reviews said they used it for making the liposomal vitamin c. Now with my own condition, including gout this may or may not help, but going to try. However will be getting this for rest of the family as well, so its not just me.
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posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 11:46 PM
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Unity_99
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Well my experience put me off, but when you share that result, Im going to give this a try once more using the other delivery method. I just ordered an ultrasonic machine from amazon, it wasnt the most expensive one, but one of the reviews said they used it for making the liposomal vitamin c. Now with my own condition, including gout this may or may not help, but going to try. However will be getting this for rest of the family as well, so its not just me.
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Unity99,

I'm so glad you made the decision to try the liposomal.

Sometimes it's hard to explain the difference in the incredible results of the liposomal method over the power method.

It's not even comparable.

Liposomal is like getting Vitamin C shot right into your blood stream. Similar, but better than IV.

No pills or powder will do that.

And yes, yes, yes, it will help the gout! But get educated, read everything and learn that the only way it will work is to keep your Vitamin C levels elevated all day long. This requires doses of Lipo Vitami C many times through out the day. This is important to understand. Take it every 2-3 hours, everyday, until you see results. This could be days, weeks, months, depending on your specific health or condition.

Once you feel healthy, a daily intake of about 3,000 to 6,000 mgs for maintenance is good.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 03:37 PM
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How have I missed this thread ?
Some really great information on the first page alone !



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:56 PM
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...I was about to debate but I just want to thank you guys: I thought I was crazy when one day I just started chugging "Emergen 'C's" down my throat, and I got a really good kick, like: all my thoughts concluded themselves. Now If I could just figure out this Job business.



posted on Apr, 26 2014 @ 08:53 PM
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Hi Julie,

You may find this of interest re Niacin: Picamilon www.smarternootropics.com...

It's a combination of Niacin and GABA which has the ability to cross the blood/brain barrier...
I've been taking it for about 4 months and will be doing cholesterol blood tests soon....

Related: Sulbutiamine...a Thiamine dimer which also crosses the blood/brain barrier....

www.smarternootropics.com...

I find the Sulbutiamine has done wonders for my chronic fatigue....

I get the Picamilon from Liftmode (a new vendor for me as previous supplier quit handling the powder...it'd seems to be quality but early days)

Sulbutiamine I get from New Star Nootropics....whom I have a very high regard for....

Hope you find this of some use....

Tarasco



posted on Apr, 27 2014 @ 01:16 AM
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Thanks for sharing this Tarasco... I did replace my statin drugs with Niacin for cholesterol.

I'll take some time and read your link... sounds promising... thanks for sharing



posted on Apr, 27 2014 @ 01:32 AM
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a reply to: Julie Washington

By the way, how well did the straight Niacin work...?



posted on May, 8 2014 @ 10:57 AM
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Personally, I'm against taking OTC vitamin C pills and reluctant to take liposomal vitamin C (as it's supposedly made with powder). I'm more inclined to take what mother nature gives us, naturally, so I've recently started to eat parsley (Full of vitamin C) and drinking infusions of this incredible plant and my health is MUCH more better than before...



posted on May, 9 2014 @ 09:52 PM
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posted on May, 16 2014 @ 10:01 AM
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a reply to: Julie Washington

Awesome thread! Well presented!



posted on May, 16 2014 @ 06:45 PM
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Just to let you know my progress......
I'm type1 diabetic and normally, with having a very low immune system. I normally spend the winter in and out of bed with all sorts of different bugs, viruses, colds etc.

I've been making and taking liposomal vitamin c once a day since last October.
I haven't had one days sickness for at least six months, which is unbelievable.

My family and friends have taken shots of the drink when they've had colds, bugs, infections and more.
Every one of them have felt better within a few hours of the first shot and completely recovered by the next day.



posted on May, 18 2014 @ 12:57 AM
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originally posted by: D1ss1dent
Personally, I'm against taking OTC vitamin C pills and reluctant to take liposomal vitamin C (as it's supposedly made with powder). I'm more inclined to take what mother nature gives us, naturally, so I've recently started to eat parsley (Full of vitamin C) and drinking infusions of this incredible plant and my health is MUCH more better than before...

Glad you're feeling better. That question of whether we 'should' need a supplement for C, let alone high dosage, is a good one. It's a very long article, but it is explained for the layman here:
hypernutrient.blogspot.com...





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