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Thanks Tracy,

See Dr. Klenner's article at:


Chris Gupta

Found this interesting.

Additionally, several vitamins have been found to be exceptionally
important in immune health. The most important is vitamin C.


Benefits of Vitamin C

Vitamin C provides a protective function against free radicals, reduces
wound healing time, supports strong connective tissue and coronary
arteries, and seems to stimulate the immune system to remain strong and
healthy. Human beings - all the higher primates, actually are almost the
only animals that cannot synthesize vitamin C in their bodies. This may
partly explain the high numbers of plants rich in vitamin C (especially the
evergreens) that were a regular part of the diet of indigenous peoples.
Additionally, native peoples often used pine bark in conjunction with the
fresh evergreen tips as medicine. Pine bark is higher than any other
substance except grape seeds in proanthocyanidin, a powerful antioxidant
and potentiator of vitamin C. Proanthocyanidin causes small amounts of
vitamin C to produce the same effects in the body as significantly larger

Vitamin C is most effective when 1000 to 2000 milligrams are taken two to
three times per day. It needs to be taken at least twice daily, to keep it
present in the body at necessary levels. At larger dosages it will cause
flatulence and diarrhea, though the amount that produces this effect varies
for each person. To find your dose level of vitamin C, take it in
increasing amounts until the stools become soft, then reduce the amount
slightly until they become firm.

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