High-dose IV vitamin C can kill cancer and can save sepsis patients from dying, but it acts as a pro-oxidant in cancer and an antioxidant in sepsis. So what does it do for the rest of us?
I would think that our previous diets and their vit c content (recent and historic) would affect how we respond to it...but thats just a guess. Kinda like the lactose thing....
Awesome, thank you Chris.
Could I kindly just ask for what protocol you would consider if you were combating cancer? E.g IV vit v 1g per kg of bodyweight, twice a week?
Just for discussion purposes and not advice - but your opinion on this would be really, really appreciated!
What would you say are the dosing cut offs for pro vs anti oxidant effects of Vitamin C? 1000mg IV vs 10000mg IV, I have read and been told 25,000mg are where the pro oxidant effects really present.
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