So what does this mean? Get lots of vitamin C throughout the day to keep your blood levels up. You don't need much. One red sweet red pepper gives you over 300mg of vitamin C. Guava, spinach, kale, broccoli and kiwi are also very rich in vitamin C. If you are going to supplement for general health than I recommend 500-1000mg dose 2-3 times daily. If you have a cold, runny nose, canker sore, cold sore or any other infection I would increase the dose to bowel tolerance. That means 1000-1500mg 3 or 4 times a day and keep increasing until you get loose stools. These doses are very safe since the extra vitamin C is just excreted if it isn't used.
However if you really want to have a direct anti-cancer effect you need to use IV treatments done by a trained doctor. In that case you would still take the oral doses on the days you don't get the IV.
So when it comes to vitamin C its all in the dose and the delivery.
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