Vitamin C Dissolves Toxic Brain Protein in Alzheimer’s Disease

Vitamin C is the most consumed vitamin in the world.  It is not only essential in building a strong immune system – its role as the chief water-soluble antioxidant in the human body adds many more benefits.  Recent studies are now linking Vitamin C in slowing the progression of Alzheimer’s disease and memory loss.

A Deeper Look Into Vitamin C

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Vitamin C, it’s everywhere. Daily vitamins, cold remedies and orange juice are all full of this ingredient, and most people accept that it’s good for them. But how many people realize the full potential of vitamin C in multiple areas of their health and life? Who takes the time to research the wondrous effects that this vitamin really has? By Any Other Name Vitamin C is sometimes known by another name: ascorbic acid. Of course, no matter what you call it, vitamin C is still beneficial. It’s been the case for hundreds of years. Sailors, for instance, would fight of scurvy with a healthy dose of the stuff. Scientists now realize that ascorbic acid helps create collagen in the skin. This protein is necessary to give strength and blood vessels strength and firmness, while vitamin C helps skin create scar tissue. It might not be pretty, but it does help (Read More)

Let’s Give Thanks

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  Thanksgiving is almost here, and all of us at Let’s Talk Health couldn’t be more thankful. Since we officially launched our Facebook page in 2012, we have been so touched and pleased by the numerous Facebook recommendations you have posted. Without us doing anything to encourage you to spread the news, we’ve been thrilled to see how many of you took the extra effort to recommend us to your friends. Due to the endless support we’ve received from you, we have been fortunate enough to acquire nearly 15,000 Facebook fans! As a token of our gratitude, we are giving away products the Let’s Talk Health Facebook page. From Monday, November 25 until Thursday (Thanksgiving Day), we will post 1 “Let’s Give Thanks” photo a day (seen below) — a total of 4 photos. For a chance to win the free giveaway, follow the instructions listed on the Facebook post. (Read More)

The Dangers of Low Levels of Vitamin C

Most of us are not getting the vitamin C dosage we need for good health. This is because illness, trauma, stress, and injury all use up large quantities of vitamin C in animals, including us humans. But the main difference between us and other animals is that we’ve lost the ability to make our own vitamin C.