The Daily Need for Vitamin C

Much is made of the toxicity of our modern world. Frequently we’re told that still another substance has been linked to cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, or some other degenerative malady.

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What is Lypo-Spheric™ Technology?

Years ago, researchers discovered that liposomes could be filled with therapeutic agents to deliver these agents to the delivery these agents into the blood, and even into specific cells…

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Vitamin C Deficiency and Bruising

Since the body cannot make vitamin C, and it is water-soluble (meaning the vitamin C cannot be stored by the body for later use), it must be obtained through the daily diet or supplements.Read More

Intravenous Vitamin C (IV)

For the past 70 years, intravenous (IV) infusions and injections have been the most popular way to get high doses of vitamin C into the body. Unlike oral vitamin C – which is not efficiently absorbed by the body, and is mostly passed as waste – IV delivery puts 100% of the vitamin C directly into the blood.

Contrary to popular belief, 100% delivery into the blood does not necessarily mean the vitamin C is 100% bioavailable. And bioavailability is what really matters.

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