Watch this amazing account of how high doses of Intravenous Vitamin C and oral Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C saved New Zealand farmer Alan Smith’s life. To watch the 60 Minutes TV New Zealand TV documentary, click HERE
For a more detailed account of Alan Smith’s remarkable recovery from viral pneumonia and hairy cell leukemia click HERE
Posted by Erwin Alber on 5 October 2013
IMPORTANT: Please note that if too high or respectively too frequent a dose of any type of vitamin C is given or ingested, this will result in loose bowels or diarrhea due to the body flushing the excess vitamin C via the digestive system.
Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C - is the strongest oral Vitamin C available!Current clinical trials by well known Vitamin C expert and pharmacologist, Steve Hickey, PhD, show that Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C is able to create serum levels of Vitamin C almost double what was originally thought possible with Vitamin C in an oral form.Squeeze the contents of one packet into your favorite juice or other cool beverage. The gelatin-like liposomes disperse with a stir and add little or no taste to your drink. It's easy to swallow and soon millions of "Smart" Lyposomal Nano-Spheres loaded with liquid Vitamin C race to your liver. Once there, the essential phospholipids and the Vitamin C will be unleashed to perform their powerful health-promoting, age-reversing work!Each 0.3 oz. packet of Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C contains 1,000 mg of Vitamin C and 1,000 mg of essential phospholipids. It's the most bio-available, anti-aging, health-promoting, easy-to-swallow Vitamin supplement around!The phospholipids encapsulating the Vitamin C range in color from light orange to dark brown.Lypo-SphericTM Vitamin C FAQ's Q: Why do the Lypo-SphericTM Vitamin C packets get puffy?A: When the product combines with oxygen in the packets, Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is created and this causes the packets to swell over time. Carbon dioxide is not harmful to the liposomes or to your health. In fact, this gas is used to make soda pop fizzy. We also exhale carbon dioxide when we breathe out.Q: Will supplementing with vitamin C lead to the development of kidney stones?A: Although some have theorized a correlation between vitamin C and the development of kidney stones, research contradicts the hypothesis. The theory is based on two unrelated observations:1) A portion of ingested vitamin C produces oxalate or oxalic acid2) Individuals with increased oxalate in their urine may have a greater risk of developing kidney stonesExtensive research, however, has shown that a "healthy person who avoids dehydration and ingests very lar