How high dose vitamin C kills cancer cells

Posted on: May 20, 2017

Natural health experts have long maintained that vitamin C can fight cancer – if given in sufficiently large doses. But it is sometimes difficult to achieve the high blood concentration that is necessary for it to be effective.

Now, a new form of vitamin C is correcting that frustrating problem – and proving to be a game-changer.  Liposomal vitamin C has been found to create blood levels that are 100 to 500 times higher than levels seen with conventional oral ingestion, setting the stage for the vitamin to aggressively combat cancer.

Cell and animal studies show impressive results with vitamin C

Recent research conducted at the University of Iowa confirms that vitamin C selectively kills cancer cells – while leaving normal cells undamaged. In one study, vitamin C reduced cancer-causing mutations in mice; in another, it was found to kill up to 50 percent of human lymphoma cells.

In a joint study conducted by leading medical institutions that included Harvard Medical School and Tufts Medical Center, researchers found that high-dose vitamin C impaired the growth of two different types of mutant colorectal cancer cells – in both test tubes and animals. #novuscenter #fightcancer #IVtherapy #vitaminc

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