Vitamin C: Still Key For Immunity, Cancer, Heart Disease, Eye Health

Ward, Elizabeth
March 2004
Environmental Nutrition;Mar2004, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p1
Focuses on the role of the vitamin C in good health. Reduced risks of cancer by increasing the intakes of vitamin C; Intake of large doses of vitamin C which reduces the severity and duration of cold symptoms; Protection against heart diseases by eating food rich in antioxidants nutrients and vitamin C; Reduction in gallbladder diseases by intake of vitamin C supplements.


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