Oct 14, 2022
There is a very popular belief that has been circulating for about a decade that vitamin C is a complex found in whole foods and that ascorbic acid is only a fraction of that complex and thus, ineffective and even harmful.
In this solo show I tackle the two most common arguments supporting that view including: 1) does ascorbic acid negatively affect tyrosinase, and 2) does ascorbic acid negatively affect ceruloplasmin?
Vitamin C pioneers Linus Pauling and Dr Hugh Riordin of the
Riordin Clinic did not use a "whole food vitamin C complex" - they
used ascorbic acid. Make sure to read the show notes to catch all
of the clinical studies that I linked supporting the safety of
supplemental ascorbic acid.
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References to clinical research and Doris Loh articles:
Music by George Henner