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How Vitamin C Fights Chronic Disease (Thomas E. Levy, MD)
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As we enter into another cold season, we start thinking about vitamin c. How does it actually help us fight disease and infection? In this interview with Dr. Thomas E. Levy, MD, we discuss how vitamin c works and how to use it.

First we talk about how Vitamin C works in the body. As an antioxidant, it can fight many infections. It also supports and stimulates the immune system.

Next, we cover the different types of vitamin c. What are the best sources? Do you have to get it from food?

Then we talk about different forms of vitamin c supplements.

Then, how do we take it? How much?

Lastly, he debunks the myth that too much vitamin c can cause kidney stones.

Then he talks about conditions that better when you have vitamin C in your body.

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