Vitamin C is an important nutrient that most other mammals are able to produce. When there is trouble in the body, those mammals begin to produce megadoses of vitamin C and end the trouble immediately. These mammals don’t get sick as easily as people do. Guinea pigs are one of the other few mammals that don’t produce their own vitamin C. Thus, guinea pigs are used for research because we can easily make them sick with the same things that make us sick. It is easy to conclude from this that vitamin C is an extremely important nutrient.
We will delve into how identifying and correcting your vitamin C deficiency can:
– help prevent colds and the flu.
– help reduce your cholesterol levels.
– help prevent blocked arteries.
– prevent bruising on your arms, legs and etc.
– prevent black eyes.
– prevent mini strokes.
Learn about foods like mangos and cantaloupes that contain as much as 3 times the amount of vitamin C as an orange!