Vitamin C for Cancer and Infectious Diseases

April 28, 2015 -

Vitamin C is an antioxidant that may be a beneficial dietary supplement for cancer patients in particular. Humans, unlike many other living creatures, lost the ability to produce vitamin C in the liver and the kidneys and must therefore provide it through diet or intravenously. Dr. Ronald Hunninghake is an internationally recognized expert on vitamin C who has personally supervised more than 60,000 intravenous (IV) vitamin C administrations. He has carried on a 15-year long research project called RECNAC (cancer spelled backwards) and his groundbreaking research in cell cultures showed that vitamin C was selectively cytotoxic against cancer cells.

Cancer is clearly a life threatening disease, and most cancer patients also experience depression, pain, and tremendous fatigue – all of which can make treatment all the more difficult. These are all signs of scurvy, which is the result of vitamin C deficiency… And if you actually measure vitamin C levels in cancer patients, especially advanced cancer patients, most, if not all, are vitamin C deficient, Hunninghake claims.

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