A report from the University of Cambridge, England, says that increased blood levels of vitamin C are associated with a decreased risk of ischemic stroke, the type due to a blood clot, rather than brain hemorrhage. In effect, those with the highest blood level of vitamin C were 42 percent less likely to suffer a stroke than those with the lowest blood level of C.
The message is to consume fruits and vegetables. But it’s also prudent to take vitamin C supplements. Remember that animals make vitamin C and humans lost this ability eons ago.
In my columns “The Doctor Game” I introduced the product , Medi-C Plus. It’s a powder containing high doses of vitamin C and lysine. Studies show that this combination can not only prevent, but also reverse atherosclerosis (hardening of arteries) in coronary arteries and those in the brain. But these landmark studies are collecting dust due to cardiologists who have been brain-washed by pharmaceutical companies that have spent millions of dollars on cholesterol-lowering drugs.
I’ve been taking high doses of C and lysine for years and I’m convinced everyone should do so. This was the most important column I’ve ever written as it could save thousands of people from dying of heart attack and stroke in the prime of life.
Medi-C Plus is available at health food stores.