Ascorbate: The Science of Vitamin C Steve Hickey Hilary Roberts
Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, may have a role in epigenetic regulation, specifically 5-hmC regulation. I don't know if I can post this here or not, but please check out this book, Ascorbate: The Science of Vitamin C. CURING THE INCURABLE: VITAMIN C, INFECTIOUS DISEASES AND TOXINS Hickey/Roberts ASCORBATE: THE SCIENCE OF VITAMIN C E. Take a look at the book Ascorbate: the Science of Vitamin C. Cathcart III, Frederick Klenner, Steve Hickey and Hilary Roberts. The following is an analysis of a recent study on vitamins C and E by the scientific team of the Alliance for Natural Health, our international affiliate. Heart Disease, Ascorbate, Lysine and Linus Pauling by Jeffrey Dach MD . "Vitamin C is essential in the human body to ensure healthy cell function, but humans have to get vitamin C, or ascorbate, from their diet, as our primate ancestors lost the ability to synthesise it in the body," says Dr William Laing, lead scientist on the study. Based on their data, the A talented team of scientists recently showed that two members . Treatment with the glutathione, a reducing agent, did not affect levels of 5-hmC; Preventing the entry of ascorbate into cells and knocking down the expression of several Tet genes using short interference RNA technology inhibited the effect of ascorbate on 5-hmC. To get your daily dose of vitamin C from just one potato. I spoke to Dr Steve Hickey who (with Dr Hilary Roberts) has just published a new book called “Ascorbate: The Science of Vitamin C”. Note how Allan Smith was cured from his Swine Flu death bed by IV Vitamin C. Go to Amazon and check out all of the reviews. Most experimental and clinical research uses ascorbic acid or sodium ascorbate. Vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid) is available in many forms, but there is little scientific evidence that any one form is better absorbed or more effective than another. Scientists at Plant & Food Research are investigating how vitamin C is made in plants and have identified the.