Vitamin C

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    Vitamin C


    Is it safe to consume 1000-2000mg/day for a normal healthy person.

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    Absolutely! I take around 4g a day, in divided doses of course.
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    vit c is water soluble, which makes it nearly impossible to take a dose that could poison you.

    If i feel like i am getting sick or have a cold, I take 1k-3k mg per hour! viruses can't do what they do very well in a highly acidic environment.

    the worst thing that can happen from megadosing vit c is you mess your pants.

    good luck.
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    Yes! of course is water soluble...I intake 2-4g divided...Good cortisol control

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