Vitamin C, Cancer and Oxidative Stress

research team at the University of California, Berkeley found evidence that vitamin C does significantly reduce levels of oxidative stress, which is associated with a variety of chronic diseases. Vitamin C also seems to ameliorate oxidative damage by decreasing LPO (lipid peroxidation levels) and altering antioxidant defense systems in the liver.

Vitamin C is an important independent antioxidant with a key role in protecting cells from oxidative challenge and cell death from oxidative stress. When used in combination with other antioxidants such a protocol will address the most serious threats of sepsis as well as other life-threatening diseases.

IV vitamin C is a wonderful treatment when people are on the edge between life and death for it has the power to bring people back from the brink.