Major Role Of Vitamin C

Most of us know that Vitamin C is the vitamin that cures the world’s oldest known nutritional deficiency disease, scurvy. Vitamin C is water soluble and is absorbed from the small intestine. It is concentrated in many tissues throughout the body but the adrenal glands contain the highest concentration. We cannot manufacture vitamin C so we must depend on our diet or nutritional supplements as a primary source. Vitamin C plays a major role in the synthesis of collagen & elastin, the major structural components of skin, bone matrix, tooth dentin, blood vessels, & connective tissue between cells. Collectively, collagen is the most abundant protein in the body, comprising 25-30% of total body protein.

Vitamin C’s is one of the body’s most powerful antioxidants. It helps the body handle all types of stress. Vitamin C is required for the synthesis of the body’s main stress hormones in the adrenal glands. This vitamin increases HDL levels, decreases LDL levels, decreases free radical oxidation of cholesterol, decreases levels of lipoprotein (a) which is known to form atherosclerotic plaques. It helps to boost the immune system. Vitamin C reduces the frequency & intensity of bronchial spasms in asthmatics. It has some antiviral properties, detoxifies heavy metals, increases the healing process, and is capable of regenerating the antioxidant form of vitamin E.

Medications that deplete Vitamin C include:

Corticosteroid (Cortisone)
Estradiol (Estradiol & Norethidrone, Estradiol & Testosterone)
Ethinyl Estradiol (Ethinyl Estradiol & Desogetel or Fluoxymesterone or Levonorgestrel or Norgestimate).
Hydrocodone & Aspirin
Oxycodone & Aspirin
Prednisone or Prednisolone


Fragile capillaries, hemorrhage, muscular weakness, easy bruising, gums that bleed easily, poor wound healing, anemia, poor appetite, poor growth, and tender and swollen joints.

Dietary sources of Vitamin C include:

Apricots Gooseberries Pineapple
Bell Pepper Grapefruit Prickly Pears
Blackberries Guavas Pommelo
Broccoli Kiwifruit Radishes
Brussel Sprouts Lemons Rasberries
Cabbage Lime Spinach
Cantaloupe Okra Strawberries
Carambola Onion Tangerines
Cauliflower Oranges Tomato
Collard Greens Papaya Watermelon






About the Author Dr. Budweiser

Dr. Budweiser is dedicated to the belief and philosophy that the mission of the medical industry should be to assist people with attaining health freedom. With more than 20 years experience as a chiropractor and a 30-year history in nutrition and as an international speaker, he travels the world sharing his knowledge on health, wellness and abundance. As a neuro-musculo-skeletal expert, he is an expert in the human frame and wellness and has been wildly successful in using The Weiser Living concept to help others regain their health and wholeness.

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