vitamin c

Vitamin C tablets are the worst offenders when it comes to making people nauseous, or even physically sick.
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For decades, some people have embraced the idea that there might be major health benefits from taking vitamins in quantities well beyond the recommended daily requirement. The concept was very popular for a while in the media, but research findings to the contrary gradually made it virtually untouchable for scientists.
I am often asked if we can really get all the nutrients we need from eating a healthy diet, or if in fact we should take extra vitamins and minerals in the form of supplements to meet the required amount our bodies need on a daily basis.
High doses of vitamin C injected into the blood stream could prove effective in treating cancer, according to new research
High doses of vitamin C injected into the blood stream could prove effective in treating cancer, according to new research
The secret to a lot of what I do as a strength coach and nutritionist is supplying my clients with cutting edge training methods and the best nutrition advice currently available. With that in mind, I wanted to share some of those secrets with you in this blog.
Those of a certain age may remember Delrosa syrup (and haliborange tablets), and some may recall gathering rose hips during and after the Second World War. This was a time when the import of citrus fruits was difficult and the wartime Government was anxious that the population was not getting enough Vitamin C.
The hips may be used to make rosehip syrup, jam, tea, vodka or gin. Rosehip jelly isn't labour intensive because the long slow drip through jelly bag removes the hairs and seeds. The Ministry of Food encouraged folk to make rosehip syrup in the war years because it is a rich source of Vitamins A and B, as well as C. Blitzing the hips in a food processor makes light work of chopping the hips.
Getting enough Vitamin C is essential for our health, and the good news is it can be found in most fruits. According to the