A farmer from New Zealand who was on death bed was brought back to life with just a common Vitamin C.
Vitamin C or ascorbic acid is one of the most powerful antioxidants in the world. Vitamin C is known for building block of collagen, it is very essential for the health in building and repairing tissues, such as skin, blood vessels, tendons, ligaments, bones, teeth and cartilages. It is one of the most important vitamins for immune health. Vitamin C reduces inflammation and boost immunity. It plays an important role in protecting out hearts against heart disease or lowering our cholesterol. It reduces free radicals, the damaging chemicals responsible for aging. It helps to speed recovery from wounds. Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin required for cell repair and growth throughout the body.
Lack of vitamin C causes inflammation of the gums, scaly skin, brittle hair, painful joints, nosebleed and other problems associated with scurvy. If left untreated, scurvy may eventually end in death. Vitamin C deficiency can easily be treated with an adequate level of vitamin C in the diet. All these could be signs of very serious health issues so if you have noticed any of these conditions for a prolonged period it is worth getting checked out by your GP.
Why do we need Vitamin C supplements?
Human beings unlike other animals cannot produce their own supply of Vitamin C, we must consume it from exogenous supplements or our diet. Vitamin C is mainly found in fruits and vegetables. Vitamin C is easily lost during cooking in water. Vitamin C content in food gets destroyed due to cooking and frying. Vitamin C is easily oxidised in air and is sensitive to light. Vitamin C is not stored sufficiently in our bodies, as we use it constantly and yet our intake is considerably less than it should be.
Vitamin C supplementation choices available to us in the form of tablets, powders and capsules.
Why Liposomal Vitamin C is better than regular Vitamin C?
Liposomal vitamin C has more potency than mega-dose vitamin C. The problem with vitamins that are not delivered within the food you eat is that your body isn’t always able to process and absorb them. Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin,it does not penetrate the cell walls which are fat-soluable. Hence leads to lower absoption and makes it less useful.
High dose of Vitamin C may result in low absorption, upset stomach and diarrhea, but this does not happen when you take a high dose of liposomal vitamin C orally.
According to WellWise.org liposomal vitamin C is able to be administered in large doses without causing intestinal discomfort. Liposomal vitamin C is fully absorbed by the body than other forms of vitamin C.
Vitamin C Saves New Zealand Farmer’s Life -True Story
Some of you may be familiar with the story of New Zealand dairy farmer Alan Smith who contracted Swine Flu while away on vacation in Fiji. This flu quickly evolved into severe pneumonia and leukemia, which left him in a coma on life support in the Intensive Care Unit. X-rays showed that the lungs were completely filled with fluid with an “opaque” appearance called “white out”, acute respiratory viral disease that can lead to death.
There was nothing more doctors could do for the man, Allan’s wife Sonia had a brother with some medical knowledge, So her family insisted that he be administered high doses of vitamin C as a sodium ascorbic IV. So the doctors started administering 50 to 100 grams of IV C, within a day, the CAT scan of the lungs showed lot of improvement, with good air movement. By the end of just a few weeks of treatment, Allan achieved the miraculous results, completely recovered from his condition, in spite of his doctors’ repeated attempts to stop the treatment during that time. One of the reason Allan Smith is alive today is because of vitamin C .
You can make your own liposomal vitamin C. Help your body heal naturally and enjoy the stunning health benefits of mega dose IVC—from the comfort of your own home!
Making your own liposomal vitamin C, encapsulated, highly bioavailable and absorbable vitamin C is actually very easy.
Guide to Identifying High-Quality Liposomal Supplements:
The correct size should be between 100 to 400 nanometers in size. Most important it has to be tested at a FDA regulated facility to ensure safety and quality.
The best carrier for liposomal vitamin C is phosphatidylcholines (PC) – which helps to hold the liposomes together. Ideal ranges should be between 250-500 mg of PC per dose in a liposomal vitamin C formula. This PC should be derived from a non-GMO sunflower or soybean lecithin.
How to Make Your Own Liposomal Encapsulated Vitamin C?
You can make your own Liposomal Encapsulated Vitamin C at home. It’s easy to make:
2 cups warm water
1 tbsp of ascorbic acid crystals
4 tbsps liquid lecithin
1) Pour the water into the blender
2) Add the Vitamin C and blend on “Pulse” in your power blender until the Vitamin C is dissolved.
3) Add the liquid lecithin to the blender containing the dissolved Vitamin C solution.
4) Blend on high for 40-60 seconds
4) Pour the whole thing into the Ultrasonic Unit.
Set the timer on the Ultrasonic processor for 10 minutes.
Agitate the mixture with a wooden chopstick until it becomes thick.
When the timer shuts off, you should have a thick mixture, that you can pour into a Mason jar.
Place in the fridge. As it stands a thin liquid may accumulate in the bottom.
You can also use this in your juices.
The Encapsulated Liposomal Vitamin C will keep in the fridge 3 days. Cover the top of the bottle with cling wrap rather than the metal bottle lid, because Vitamin C can corrode the metal. The Vitamin C begins to oxidize as soon as it’s exposed to air. So making it in small batches is better.
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