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Deep C Liposomal C

Deep C Liposomal C

$44.00




Vitamin C supports optimal overall health and has also been shown to be effective in treating and preventing heart disease, strokes, cataracts, hay fever, asthma, cancer, polio, mercury toxicity, and many other conditions.  Additionally, vitamin C triggers production of collagen, which is the glue that holds the body’s cells together and makes up the tendons and ligaments in the connective tissue.  Vitamin C also promotes muscle repair, reduces muscle soreness from overexertion, replenishes energy naturally, not to mention outstanding support to the immune system.

Liposomal C is a liquid supplement that provides a powerful dose of vitamin C in a liposomal delivery system that offers optimal assimilation.* The liposome has hydrophilic and hydrophobic sides, providing a fat and water portion, which allows vitamin C to be absorbed through the fat and water soluble pathways for proper utilization in the body. Liposomal C is especially beneficial for patients with general GI dysfunction.* Each serving provides 1250 mg of vitamin C in a flavorful, vegetarian, and citrus-free liquid.

Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take 1 teaspoon (5 ml) once or twice daily, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. Product can be mixed in 4-8 oz of water or juice for milder taste. Shake well before each use.

Dr. J has a strong personal conviction regarding the positive effects of Vitamin C.

When his father, Dr. Henry West, faced life-threatening illness after becoming sick with mercury poisoning due to breaking a tooth, a close friend suggested his father might have scurvy. To gain a better understanding of vitamin C and its effects on scurvy, Dr. J then read Curing the Incurable by Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD. Dr. J often says that the book changed his life. After receiving high doses of vitamin C, his father finally recovered, and Dr. J was so struck with this transformation that he went back to school to receive his Naturopathic degree, which allows him to treat illnesses with high dose, intravenous vitamin C.

Vitamin C was first discovered in 1928 by Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, a Hungarian scientist who was later awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. Vitamin C’s chemical name, “ascorbic,” is derived from the Latin name for scurvy, “scorbutus,” a condition brought about by a vitamin C deficiency. Although scurvy is no longer a common affliction, there are many more modern applications of this essential nutrient.

Consider Dr. Levy’s definition of life as “a state in which an optimal degree of electron interchange among cells can take place.Health exist when electrons flow fully and freely, illness exists when this flow is impaired, and death exists when this flow stops. “Vitamin C is one of the primary substances enabling this vigorous, continuing electron exchange among the body’s tissue and molecules. Since poor electron exchange is prevalent with disease, this means there is also a vitamin C deficiency whenever the body is sick. When this exchange is compromised and illness sets in, there is a need for more vitamin C.

Vitamin C supports optimal overall health and has also been shown to be effective in treating and preventing heart disease, strokes, cataracts, hay fever, asthma, cancer, polio, mercury toxicity, and many others conditions. Additionally, vitamin C triggers productions of collagen, which is the glue that holds our body’s cell together and makes up the tendons and ligaments in our connective tissue. This antioxidant also promotes muscle repair, reduces muscle soreness from overexertion, replenishes energy naturally, protect cell from damage caused by free radicals, and supports Paleo, Zone, and Vegan Diets. Vitamin C is shown to improve healing, improve tissue health, a ready electron donor, protect DNA/RNA, and stimulate the immune system. Furthermore, there is some scientific evidence suggesting that consumption of antioxidant vitamins like Deep C may reduce the risk of certain fatal disease and illnesses.

How do we get this essential nutrient? While most animals produce their own vitamin C, primates, humans, fruit bats and guinea pigs do not. Since the human body does not have the ability to synthesize and vitamin C whatsoever, the vitamin must be directly ingested, usually in the form of supplements as well as through the diet, to maintain adequate levels. What is the recommended daily dose? The World Health Organization recommends 45 mg/day. The FDA daily allowance is 60 mg/day. And in response to disease states such as cancer, Dr. Linus Pauling, Ph.D., who was often referred to as the “Father of Vitamin C,” recommended high dose upwards of 10 g/day. Although such high doses are still considered alternative, many physicians today are using these high doses of vitamin C to treat many diseases. At the West Clinic we are known to use large intakes of up to 10g
or 100,000 mg in several of our IV protocols. When intravenous vitamin C is not possible, we use Deep C.

Deep C is a special type of Vitamin C. This liquid supplement provides a powerful dose of vitamin C in a liposomal delivery system that offers optimal assimilation. *The liposome has hydrophilic and hydrophobic sides, providing a fat and water portion, which allows the vitamin C to be absorbed through the fat and water-soluble pathways for proper utilization in the body. Deep C is especially beneficial for patients with general GI dysfunction.*

  • Shown to be effective in the treatment and prevention of heart disease
  • Triggers production of collagen
  • Designed to for most efficient absorption and utilization
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