Health Benefits for Diabetics:
Diabetics are at greater risk than the general population as we lose nutrients faster due to having diabetes. Also diabetics are at greater risk of Heart Disease and Cardiovascular Disease due to the fact that diabetics lose nutrients faster. So getting enough Vitamin C from the food we eat isn't possible nor economical. So supplementing is the only way to be sure you are taking enough Vitamin C to stay healthy when you have diabetes. It is extremely important to supplement to prevent Cardiovascular Disease and other diabetes complications by taking a natural high quality, highly absorbable Vitamin C.
Dr. Matthias Rath M.D. proved that heart attacks are the primary result of Vitamin C deficiency — not elevated cholesterol and his research was explained in his 1993 book titled "Why Animals Don't Get Heart Attacks… But People Do!" He even has a Patent on his nutrients which safely remove plaque from your arteries without any harmful side effects.
Another health advantage for diabetics taking Vitamin C greatly reduces the amount of insulin required for our bodies to properly maintain blood glucose levels.
In 1933 Professor R. Pfleger from the University of Vienna published a remarkable clinical study, which showed that diabetic patients taking 300-500mg of Vitamin C a day could significantly improve glucose balance. See below were Dr. Dice duplicated the research done by Professor Pfleger in 1937. If the research done and published in a leading European journal of internal medicine had been followed up, millions of lives could have been saved and cardiovascular disease would no longer threaten diabetic patients.
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Made with 100% certified Non-GMO Ingredients! Vitamin C is the most used supplement in the world. There is good reason for this as the science behind the many benefits of Vitamin C is solid. Dr. Svent Gyorgi and Dr. Linus Pauling (Two Time Nobel Prize Laureate) performed innumerable experiments proving that man, unlike most animals, is dependent upon Vitamin C for a healthy existence. Because animals make Vitamin C they don't get cardiovascular disease whereas humans who are deficient in Vitamin C will develop cardiovascular disease. But if we consume sufficient amounts of Vitamin C we can maintain our health. Animals due to making Vitamin C don't get Cardiovascular Disease. This is what led to Dr. Rath's investigation into Vitamin C and how it prevented Cardiovascular Disease. Vitamin C can protect us from heart disease, this was proven by Dr. Matthias Rath, M.D.
For decades we have relied upon various ascorbic formulas for our supplemental needs, but now a whole new vista opens up with Liposomal technology. Increase Absorption Dramatically - Regular Vitamin C is absorbed at approximately 19%, the balance remains in the gastrointestinal tract to attract water and loosen the bowels. Nanotechnology, liposomalized Vitamin C is absorbed at 93%, measurable in the blood stream. A 390% increase in absorption! Get IV results with an oral dosage!
What Are Nanotechnology Liposomes? Nanotechnology refers to creating micro particles of the active material one wishes to coat with liposomes - in this case Vitamin C. This requires expensive equipment and considerable time to complete. These micro particles are then inserted into special fat soluble materials resembling micro bubbles just a few millionths of an inch in diameter which are capable of sliding through the gut lining without being digested. The "bubbles" are now in the blood stream and are offered to the cells of the body as needed. As with the gut wall, the cell wall loves liposomes because they are made up of similar material (phosphatydal choline, lecithin, phosphatydal serine, CLA, etc) and the enclosed Vitamin C is delivered directly into the cell while the liposomes are used by the cell wall or for other functions within the cell. A huge advance in both efficiency and effectiveness of supplemental nutrients!
Diabetic patients can significantly lower their daily insulin requirements by increasing their daily intake of Vitamin C. This is the result of a clinical case study conducted at the renowned Stanford University in California. Dr. J.F. Dice, the lead author of the study, was the diabetic patient in this case report. At the beginning of the study, Dr. Dice injected 32 units of insulin per day.
During the three-week study, Dr. Dice gradually increased his daily intake of Vitamin C until he reached 11 grams per day by day 23. The Vitamin C was divided in small amounts and taken throughout the day to increase absorption in his body. (Liposome Vitamin C wasn't yet available, which is why he had to take Vitamin C throughout the day.) By day 23, Dr. Dice's insulin requirement had dropped from 32 units to 5 units per day. Thus, for every additional gram of dietary Vitamin C supplementation, he could spare 2.5 units of insulin.
Above information is from the book by Dr. Matthias Rath, M.D., Why Animals Don't Get Heart Attacks… But People Do!
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