FW: Vitamin C / Ascorbic Acid – feedback/info

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2013-02-20 22:32:45

 As far as I am aware, if Vitamin C is taken in much higher dosage than the “recommended daily average”, it has significant benefits, but it’s not, as I have recently come to understand, quite the same as ascorbic acid.   I myself just take very low doses of vitamin supplements and they seem to have a beneficial effect as far as I can tell, so each person can do their own research and make their own choices… From:    Sent: 20 February 2013 17:57To: ad.johnson@ntlworld….Subject: Re: Vitamin C     Hi Andrew I do not know if you had time to read fully the two articles I sent to you. I read the article that you sent from Kathy. In her article it is stated:   We hypothesize that the high intake of ascorbic acid has induced the formation of increased amounts of enzymes that help convert the ascorbic acid into other substances and that these substances are valuable. In Kathy’s article it is stated that the “ascorbic acid” is being converted into something useful and is not all being flushed out in the urine, as their tests indicate. They are only hypothesizing, as in my articles they are giving proof that it is remaining in the body as a toxin. So her article is correct in a sense, that it is remaining behind, but the better “hypothesis” would be remaining behind as toxic waste, that contributes to your ill health. After all, Andrew, is that not what codex is all about?  Take care, Ralph hypothesize 

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