Over the past century, the notion that vitamin C can be used to treat cancer has generated much controversy. However, new knowledge regarding the pharmacokinetic properties of vitamin C and recent high-profile preclinical studies have revived interest in the utilization of high–dose vitamin C for cancer treatment. Studies have shown that pharmacological vitamin C targets many of the mechanisms that cancer cells utilize for their survival and growth.
Cancer cells are fed on sugar during a process that is called glycolysis. Vitamin C blocks glycolysis thus cutting cancer cells’ energy and basically starving the cancerous cells.
Clinics use a high dose of Vitamin C injections usually in conjunction with other treatments.
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