Tip #2. Guys with 6% body fat, who are already quite lean, with twice a week of adding heavy Vitamin C therapy can go to 2.8% with no change in diet
Tip #3. Researchers found vitamin C could reduce blood pressure almost as well as ACE inhibitors and diuretics, without the drugs’ side effects
Tip #4. A 1000 mg 3 times a day Vitamin C intake can keep a positive balance between your Testosterone and Cortisol ratios.
Tip #5. Researchers found that 500 mg of vitamin C daily-way more than the painfully low 90 mg recommended daily intake – could lower blood pressure
Tip #6. Top 10 Sources of Dietary Vitamin C:Papaya, Bell Peppers, Strawberries, Broccoli, Pineapple, Brussels Sprouts, Kiwifruit, Oranges, Cantaloupe, and Kale
Tip #7. Take 2 grams of vitamin C with your post-workout shake, it will clear any pre-workout residual caffeine very rapidly
Tip #8. Parsley is a potent cleanser, particularly of the blood and kidneys, and contains high levels of vitamin C to boost the immune system.
Tip #9. Eating Chili peppers releases endorphins that lift your mood-Weight for weight chilies contain about twice as much vitamin C as citrus fruit
Tip #10. The two most important nutrients for anyone with adrenal fatigue or adrenal exhaustion are vitamin C and pantethine. Pantethine is a more absorbable form of pantothenic acid. Others may include the B vitamins, d-ribose, licorice, Siberian ginseng, Rhodiola rosea, adrenal glandulars, magnesium, chromium and glutamine.
Tip #11. Ascorbate is the buffered form of Vitamin C for those who experience some digestive tract irritation
Tip #12. Trying to lose fat and gain muscle? Vitamin C plays a role in protein metabolism and hormone production. Have you had your C today?
Tip #13. Korean researchers say that a vitamin C analogue may help prevent androgenic hair loss.
Tip #14. If elderly men and women take 1000 mg vitamin C [structure below] and 600 mg vitamin E daily, they build up more muscle mass than elderly people who only do power training
Tip #15. A vitamin C deficiency reduces the body’s synthesis of L-carnitine, an amino acid that the mitochondria need to burn fatty acids.
Tip #16. There are a few studies which show that antioxidants such as vitamin C retard obesity.