THE MORNING SHOW
Back by popular demand!
We had the pleasure of having Dr. Sydney Bush as our guest a couple of weeks back with a fascinating interview which proved to be too short. We weren’t able to dive deeply into Vitamin C which we cover ed extensively in today’s interview. You may want to catch the first interview if you haven’t already.
Dr. Sydney Bush
Vitamin C Therapy: Misunderstood, Effective & Suppressed
Mega-dose vitamin C has been misunderstood, says Dr. Bush. With the revelation that vitamin C has a half-life of about 30-minutes in the human body, a fact recently documented by two other British researchers, Drs. Steve Hickey and Hilary Roberts of Manchester, emphasize the need to take repeated doses of vitamin C throughout the day to maintain blood concentrations. Hickey and Roberts book, Ascorbate: The Science of Vitamin C
( www.lulu.com/ascorbate ), reveals vitamin C concentrations can reach many times greater concentration than previously thought possible, a fact now confirmed by National Institutes of Health researchers themselves in independent studies. A more recent study, just published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, an analysis of nine previous studies, further confirms vitamin C supplement users, those who consume more than 700 milligrams per day, have a 30% reduced risk for coronary heart disease compared to non-supplement users. A report in 1992 mistakenly claimed that more than 200 milligrams of daily vitamin C is worthless because excesses are excreted in the urine. That errant report has likely resulted in the otherwise avoidable loss of millions of lives.
-The difference between the way consumers inspect produce in Spain as opposed to the British who buy a lot of processed and packaged foods
-Polyunsaturated fats are something to certainly avoid; free radicals are responsible for cutting our lives short; the enormous global pandemic of heart disease and obesity due to polyunsaturated oils; how do these oils create free radicals?
-Vitamin C: The universal antidote for all disease; the game would be up for the pharmaceutical companies should the word get out
-Dr. Bush argues against vaccination, but surprisingly defends one and tells us why
-Is liposomal vitamin C worth the expense?
-The only way you can see how your arteries are doing are throughcardioretinometry
-Schizophrenics have shown to have a greater need for vitamin C
-Is sodium ascorbate preferred over ascorbic acid due to the buffering?
-What is vitamin C actually doing in the arteries to improve and reverse disease?
-There’s no danger in taking too much, only too little; Professor Bush talks about dosages
-Does vitamin C play a positive role in hormone balancing or weight management?
-Can we chelate significant amounts of magnesium and calcium by taking too much vitamin C?
-Sodium saccharine: Professor Bush’s preferred choice for a sweetener
-Improving the IQ with vitamin C
–Tony Pantalleresco’s video for making liposomal vitamin C does not use an ultrasonic cleaner. He simply heats the lecithin in a jar placed in a pot of hot water, then adds vitamin C powder and blends it up. Does Dr. Bush agree that the heat will not significantly degrade the vitamin C and that using a blender is sufficient to form the liposomes?
-How does Prof. Bush introduce Vit C therapy to someone with IBS? I know someone with IBS who is afraid of the titrating effect.Would the Liposomal be better for that person?
and so much more!!!
To order Prof Bush’s Vitamin C Book
professor sydney bush, vitamin c, the heart and much more, february 16, part one