High dose vitamin C has great potential to fight cancer and it is accessible and safe. At low concentrations Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) functions primarily as an antioxidant that protects cells from oxidative stress. At higher concentrations, ascorbic acid acts a pro-oxidant that imposes oxidative stress and induces cell death of cancer cells. In order to achieve the high concentrations required to kill cancer cells, Ascorbic acid has to be given intravenously. There are multiple reports and studies indicating the anticancer potential of vitamin C in humans.
Did you know that over 40% of cancer patients actually die from malnutrition, not from cancer. A well-nourished cancer patient can protect healthy cells against the toxic effects of chemo and radiation and can better manage and beat the disease. In addition to High dose Vit C infusions we recommend periodic nutrient infusions too.
WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR SUCCESS WITH HIGH DOSE VITAMIN C THERAPY
Prior to high dose Vitamin C infusion, increase blood oxygen to support the conversion of ascorbic acid to DHA, an oxidized form of Vitamin C that can enter tumor cells. We recommend IV ozone to increase blood oxygen levels
- Avoid sugar
- Avoid caffeine
- Avoid antioxidants
- Consider EDTA chelation to chelate iron prior to IVC.
In general, high dose vitamin C infusions are administered two to three times per week. A G6PD blood test is required prior to starting treatments.
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Preventative medicine has become increasingly popular for individuals who want to take a proactive approach to their health and stay ahead of the medical curve. IV vitamin therapy is ideal for those seeking healthier lifestyles through treatments aimed at preventing the aging processes.
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