By Arturo Galindo, Cert. Nutritional Therapist
Below you'll find a listing of all the articles and the main sections of the website.
This section explains why a vitamin C deficiency and the scurvy disease and not the same. Scurvy is a vitamin C deficiency, but you can still have a deficiency even if you don't show any signs of scurvy. The symptoms of scurvy are obvious. The symptoms of a vitamin C deficiency are not, and can include other chronic diseases.
Here you'll learn who are the vitamin C experts. They include Nobel Laureates, scientists, researchers, and medical doctors. Past and present. This is a section to help you build confidence and also point you to the right resources to get more information. The use of vitamin C to prevent and fight disease is not new.
This section will help you understand why the ascorbic acid substance is more than a vitamin. Dehydration requires enough water. Poor health requires enough vitamin C.
This section helps you find the doses of vitamin C that your body needs. It also covers how much vitamin C the body needs to fight disease and heal many of the diseases that plague us today.
Here you'll learn all the food sources that are richest in ascorbic acid. And some of the best ways to consume these foods rich in vitamin C.
This section covers the safety of vitamin C in larger amounts and what happens if you take too much.
Here you'll learn about all the benefits of vitamin C to prevent disease and heal the body. There are thousands of vitamin C research studies. One of the books written by one of the vitamin C experts has over 1,200 scientific references alone.
There are many forms of vitamin C supplements. This section covers the advantages and disadvantages of each form to help you decide. The important thing is to take your vitamin C.