One of the extraordinary commitments of Pauling in established researchers was their studies on vitamin C. The American was so interested in the substance that he devoured around 18 grams (and not milligrams!) A day and, no wonder, he died at the age of 93, living for decades with prostate cancer without disturbing him.
Vitamin c fights cancer
An examination distributed by the American Academy of Sciences found that Vitamin C when controlled intravenously (by infusion or catheter) and in high dosages, produces hydrogen peroxide, one of the components that destroy malignancy cells.
A similar report likewise indicated that healthy cells didn’t endure any harm because of the intercession, that is, Vitamin C battled the disease, without making harm to the patients’ creature, not normal for some medications and treatments.
What’s more, something other than relapsing malignant growth cells, vitamin C is likewise associated with the blend of collagen, one of the segments of connective tissue, which is a sort of “concrete” for cells. Accordingly, having bountiful and solid collagen keeps the malignant growth cells from attacking different tissues or extending.
The best sources of vitamin c
Even with promising results intravenously, it is also possible to fight cancer by eating good sources of vitamins C, such as fruits, vegetables, and fresh vegetables:
- broccoli ;
- Bell pepper;
- Brussels sprouts;
And the simplest and most efficient way to ingest vitamin C every day, fight cancer and still gain other benefits is the following: squeeze a lemon into a glass of water and take it on an empty stomach.
Is lemon water really good for your health?
Yes, lemon water is good for you! I will explain here why.
If you are not yet familiar, the pH (Hydrogenionic potential) is a logarithmic scale that demonstrates the causticity, lack of bias, or alkalinity of the substances. Qualities range from 0 to 14 and work this way:
- The lower the value, the more acidic: pH from 0 to 6.9.
- The higher the value, the more basic or alkaline: pH from 7.1 to 14.
The pH of lemon juice is around 2, acidic. The pH of the tap water that passes through the filter is around 7.5, alkaline. Lemon juice, when diluted in 200 ml (an almost full glass) of water, will have its pH increased and the water will have its pH decreased. A lemon generates around 5 ml of juice. Therefore, a glass of water with squeezed lemon will have a total of 205 ml of volume (200 ml of water, pH 7.5; plus 5 ml of lemon juice, 2), calculating the weighted arithmetic mean, the pH of the mixture it will be approximately 7.36, slightly alkaline.
Just to give you a thought, the pH of some soda pops is 2.5! Look what amount of corrosive you’re taking, isn’t that right? So if lemon water is awful for your stomach, as certain individuals have given an account of online life, envision the harm done by soft drink …
It is as of now demonstrated by mainstream researchers that the antacid eating routine assists with making the blood somewhat essential, aids the treatment of ceaseless ailments, and blocks the beginning of illnesses, for example, malignant growth. What’s more, lemon, notwithstanding being plentiful in minerals, contributes enormously to the upkeep of the pH of our blood, which should be between pH 7.35 to 7.45.
So to fight cancer, keep your blood alkalized with lemon juice and decrease your risk of having a vitamin C deficiency.
For quite a long time, I have taken the juice of a lemon weakened in 250 ml of water, each morning and get various tributes from individuals who have improved their wellbeing, following this tip. What about tomorrow you begin to embrace this changing propensity?