The first Liposomal Vitamin C show was so successful in getting the information out that many listeners had more questions and testimonials from using it. Again, Nitza interviews Mark Rasmussen to discuss Liposomal Vitamin C, General Scurvy and Focal Scurvy, Orthomolecular Medicine, Dosage as recommended by Dr. Cathcart’s article, What You Should KNOW if you Want to Make it at Home and MORE!
Resources to research include:
~ Dr. Levy’s books including, PRIMAL PANACEA, STOP AMERICA’S NUMBER ONE KILLER! “Coronary Heart Disease is Arterial Scurvy,” Curing the Incurable: Vitamin C, Infectious Diseases and Toxins and More!
Information, videos, and books on vaccinations and dental work causing health problems are available @ http://whale.to/a/levy_h.html and http://www.peakenergy.com/.
Also, Dr. Levy has several videos on a variety of health topics covering the use of high dose vitamin C such as:
Video – Dr. Levy interview regarding how vitamin C fights cancer, heart disease and much more! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQIjj0dMEF0
~ Dr. Cathcart’s information on Doctor Yourself website includes information regarding dosage in his article: VITAMIN C, TITRATING TO BOWEL TOLERANCE, ANASCORBEMIA AND ACUTE INDUCED SCURVY @ http://www.doctoryourself.com/titration.html.
NOTE: According to Dr. Levy, one needs to know that LIPOSOMAL VITAMIN C is approximately 10 times STRONGER in dosage than oral vitamin C and approximately 5 x 10 times strong than the ‘IV’ form. In addition, there was no “Liposomal Vitamin C” available when the bulk of the research articles were written.
Excerpts from Dr. Levy: “I had taken many IVC infusions between 50 and 100 grams in the past when I was ill, and I observed on more than one occasion that 5 grams of lypo C had clearly as good or even greater an impact on the acute symptoms of cold or flu than 50 grams of vitamin C given intravenously.”
Also, see excerpt taken from “Natural News” for this quote: “Due to its aqueous nature, it’s estimated that only 20% or less of mega-dose IV C penetrates cells’ fatty outer wall tissues. But an estimated 90% of lipid-encapsulated particles of Liposomal Vitamin C are able to penetrate into cells because of their lipid nature, which harmonizes with cell walls’ fatty tissue.”
~ Linus Pauling’s who was a 2-time Nobel Prize Winner, author, lecturer, biochemist and major Vitamin C researcher did his last interview at age 93 wherein he shares some amazing information in the following video @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2fgZzJRTLc and in an article @ http://www.internetwks.com/pauling/lastpinv.html
~ Dr. Mercola has an article which highlights some points @ http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2010/11/20/ronald-hunninghake-on-vitamin-c.aspx
~ News video about Alan Smith from New Zealand who was dying from Swine Flu in the hospital but his family fought to give him Vitamin C @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTXSTGGRvKY
~ Dr. Riordan discusses in video about Vitamin C and Cancer @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnvtep-O8y8 and there are many more videos @ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRbnscqwI_NSHjSpMildp2A including Riordan Clinic IVC & Cancer Symposium.
Contact Mark for more info and/or how to purchase Liposomal Vitamin C:
Email: email@example.com or OptimalC@charter.net
A quote from Dr. Levy: “Additional factors come into play, however, when treating chronic infections and chronic degenerative diseases, like Lyme, cancer, and coronary heart disease. While I feel that access to quality lypo-C is the best option if only one option is available, I strongly recommend motivated individuals take as many types of vitamin C that they can . . .
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Disclaimer: The host and guest are not licensed health professionals and the information provided has not been approved by FDA, AMA or other governing authorities. Consult your licensed health professional if needed.
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