Friday, November 12, 2010

ONLINE BUSINESS - Ascorbic Acid:Royal-C

Why Royalè-C?

• Easily Absorbed by the System
• Alkaline –Non-Acidic
• Tummy-Friendly
• Mother of all Vitamins

Benefits of Royalè-C:

• Boosts Immune System
• Strengthens Bones and Joints
• Increases Iron Absorption
• Anti-Oxidant
• Promotes Collagen Renewal
• Adjunct in the Prevention of Cardio Vascular Problems
• Detoxifies
• Strengthens the capillaries & other blood vessels
• Stops constipation & shrink hemorrhoids
• Reduces insulin requirement of Diabetics
• Prevents infertility as it maintains the ovaries
• Prevents weakening of the sperm
• Enhances sexual performance by aiding endocrine glands

Addresses the harmful effects of the following:
• Fatigue stress
• Loose teeth
• Nose bleed
• Poor digestion
• Rough skin
• Scurvy
• Cough
• Adrenal insufficiency
• Effects of air pollution
• Allergies
• Cancer
• Cataracts
• Discomfort from arthritis
• Effects of radiation
• Free radicals
• Glaucoma
• Alcoholism
• Mental illness
• Periodontal disease
• Depression
• Bleeding gums
• Bone abnormalities
• Confusion
• Dental cavities
• Easy bruising
• Colds
Royalè-C Sodium Ascorbate
Alkaline Based (7.2-7.8 pH)
Ascorbic acid Acid based
(2.5-3 pH)
• 100% pure and natural
• Dissolve 5x to 8x faster for quicker absorption
• Stays from 12 to 14 hours in the body
• Non-irritant to the stomach
• Maintains pH level at 7.2-7.8
• Safe for babies
• Can be taken in mega dose for better health result
• 95% is absorbed by the body
• Neutralizes acidity
• With binders
• Dissolves slowly
• Stays for 3-4 hours in the body
• Irritates stomach
• Low pH at 2.5 to 3
• Non Advisable
• Body cannot tolerate more than 500mg per day
• Only 25% is absorbed by the body
• Reinforces acidity

Why do we need Sodium Ascorbate?

The GLO Gene is absent in many people, scientists believe that this happened around 60 million years ago. The absence of this gene makes us unable to biosynthesize specific enzyme L- gulonolactone oxidase. This is an end stage liver enzyme that bio-converts blood glucose to Ascorbate, this means our bodies cannot produce any Ascorbate. In the long term, a lack of Ascorbate causes our bones to dissolve and teeth to fall out in other words sub-clinical scurvy and a tendency to development of cancer.

Ascorbic Acid is produced in large quantities in almost all animals, e.g. 6 grams a day in a goat, or up to 100grams daily if the goat is stressed. But it is not Ascorbic Acid that our body requires, rather a SALT of Ascorbic Acid. A daily supplementation of Ascorbate several times a day is a simple way to make up for this genetic defect.

Ascorbate is also essential for the hydroxylation of the amino acid Proline which forms hydroxyproline - a major component of collagen. Collagen is an essential structural protein in the body accounting for around a quarter of all the protein in our bodies and is critical to the structural integrity of our bodies.

Linus Pauling PhD (Twice Nobel Laureate) stated "It is highly probable that most people in the world would only receive 1- 2% of the amounts of Ascorbate that would keep them in the best of health".
Robert F Cathcart MD, another medical pioneer who has had great success with Ascorbate, successfully treating over 25,000 patients with large doses, often as high as 150gms per day healing all kinds of chronic degenerative disease.

Dr Klenner UMD FCCP began his Ascorbate studies in the 40's and treated 30 or 40 patients a day in North Carolina until his death in 1984, treating many degenerative diseases. He also found that treating with Ascorbate during pregnancy resulted in a much healthier mom and baby. If a mother takes high dose of Ascorbate in addition to other measures such as folic acid and avoiding cigarettes and alcohol, she will deliver an extremely healthy baby and studies have shown the labour will be quicker and less painful. Giving the child 1 gram of Ascorbate per day up until the age of 10 will bypass all regular childhood diseases including measles, mumps, chicken pox etc as well as common airborne infections.

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