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Re: Vitamin C - does it do anaything?
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Re: Vitamin C - does it do anaything?

Vitamin C does not directly fight candida. While large amounts of vitamin C have been shown to successfully treat bacterial and viral infection, this is not the case with candida and other yeast/fungal infections. Vitamin C is not effective against fungal infections.

However vitamin C is good for neutralising the endotoxins released when you kill off a host of candida cells. It assists in the absorption of various nutrients/minerals. It helps remove heavy metals from the body. It is a precursor to hundreds of chemical reactions. It is required for immune function. Vitamin C helps regulate blood Sugar level.

All these above points are quite important.

As for the issue of pH, I do not know.

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