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- NEWSBRIEF – SEPTEMBER 2005
... not cause loose stools. For a massive shingles outbreak intravenous injections (infusions) of vitamin C may be required. High stress levels deplete vitamin-C and can be a precipitating factor for a shingles outbreak. Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, June 15, 2005 (www.orthomolecular.org) CATEGORY
10/10/05, 3247 bytes
- Scurvy in cancer patients
... improved by supplementing with vitamin C. One 58-year-old man with cancer and diabetes was found to have a blood level of only 6 micromol/liter of vitamin-C as compared to the normal level of 45-90 micromol/liter. His symptoms included gingivitis (bleeding gums) and hematoma (swelling of tissue with
11/21/05, 3660 bytes
- Taurine may help prevent atherosclerosis
... Flow-mediated dilation (FMD) of the brachial artery was determined through ultrasound images. FMD is a direct indication of endothelial dysfunction. Vitamin-C supplementation (2000 mg/day) significantly increased FMD in smokers, but did not bring it to the level of the controls. Supplementation with
03/02/04, 4501 bytes
- International Health News Letter to the Editor – July/August 2004
... daughter was diagnosed with cancer – primary breast and also blood marrow, which is the type that goes into the bone. We have her on mega doses of vitamin-C and now one of the doctors tells us that vitamin C leaches calcium out of the bone. Is this true? She feels good, but will stop taking the vitamin
09/06/04, 3139 bytes
- Vitamin C protects against pneumonia
- Vitamin C protects against pneumonia HELSINKI, FINLAND. It is becoming increasingly evident that an adequate intake of vitamin-C is important in preventing many infectious diseases. Dr. Harri Hemila of the University of Helsinki now suggests that vitamin C may specifically protect against pneumonia
11/21/05, 4030 bytes
- International Health News Letter to the Editor – February 2001
- LETTER TO THE EDITOR – FEBRUARY 2001 I read that vitamin-C may cause artery thickening at 500 mg/day. Is this true? And is artery thickening desirable (thick, healthy, strong artery walls) or undesirable (hardening, clogging, high blood pressure, stroke, heart attack, etc.)? PS, USA Editor: I would
03/02/04, 3049 bytes
- Vitamin C increases glutathione levels
... plasma level of ascorbate was found to correlate linearly with that of the lymphocyte level. All participants were given 1 or 2 500 mg tablets of vitamin-C for a 13-week period followed by a 13-week period on a placebo. At the end of the first 13-week period vitamin C levels in lymphocytes had increased
03/02/04, 4259 bytes
- NEWSBRIEF – JULY 2002
... juice purchased four to five weeks prior to the expiration date. The frozen orange juice, when reconstituted, contained 86 mg of active (reduced) vitamin-C per cup declining to 29-46 mg per cup after four weeks storage at 4 degrees C. The ready-to-drink juice contained 27-65 mg/cup when opened and 0
03/02/04, 3052 bytes
- Recommended vitamin C intake increased
... , MARYLAND. The Food and Nutrition Board of the US National Academy of Sciences recently issued new Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDAs) for vitamin-C. The RDA for men and women (USA and Canada) is now 90 mg/day and 75 mg/day respectively. In Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and Japan the RDA is now 100
03/02/04, 4102 bytes
- Lipoic acid: A new cancer fighter?
... human colon cancer cells were grown in cell cultures and then exposed to various concentrations of vitamin C solutions. A two-day treatment with vitamin-C at a concentration of 33.7 mM killed 75 per cent of all cancer cells while a concentration of about 10 mM (200 mg/dL) killed about 50 per cent. Unfortunately
03/02/04, 4180 bytes