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Anybody Tried PureWay-C ?

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by liverock, May 14, 2010.

  1. liverock

    liverock Senior Member

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    wildaisy,
    can you be more specific about what working well means for you? what do you think improved?
     
  3. Athene

    Athene ihateticks.me

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    I just posted this on the other Vit C thread.
    Same experience as wild daisy., I had old scars going manky as well and bruises poppingup all over my body by themselves.
    I went from 10g normal vit c to 3g daily lypo-sperical and the symptoms have nearlty cleared.
    definitely recommend it.
     
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    liverock Senior Member

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    The only problem about Lipo-Spherical vitamin C is the cost. This Pure Way is only about 20% of the cost of Lipo-Spherical. I 'll let you know how effective it is after trying it.
     
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    any update on this? should vitamin C being fat soluble be of any concern? I know youre not supposed to take vitamin C a few days prior to surgery because of the effect it has on anesthetics (reduced effectiveness) but seems like a good trade off since its in the blood constantly.
     
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    Vitamin C is water soluble not fat soluble, so it does not build up in the body and regular consumption is required. Any excess is excreted in the urine.

    I honestly didnt notice any difference using Pure Way vitamin C than the standard supplement.

    I am back to using Natural Factors 1,000mg Time Release Vitamin C.

    The half life of Vitamin C is 30 minutes so a time release version will help keep a steady supply throughout the day.

    http://www.iherb.com/Natural-Factors-Vitamin-C-Time-Release-1000-mg-180-Tablets/2556?at=0

    Interesting article by Bill Sardi on Vitamin C and the ridiculous way that the NIH established the very low RDI.

    http://www.newmediaexplorer.org/chris/2004/07/09/the_vitamin_c_fanatics_were_right_all_along.htm
     

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