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 Is Your Multivitamin Killing You? err Synthetic? 
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Post Is Your Multivitamin Killing You? err Synthetic?

Includes such gems as
The bad news is that Centrum and many others multivitamins can actually be very harmful and do the opposite of what they market being able to do.

Where's the proof?

What is labeled wrongly as vitamin C in synthetic vitamins is actually ascorbic acid. Vitamin C COMPLEX is actually a wide variety of co-factors that are found in nature to help vitamin c to do what it was designed to do. With a synthetic vitamin you get ZERO of the co-factors. The health risk of consuming synthetic vitamins over a long period of time creates imbalance and contributes to disease. Plain and simple. So why not make things simple and just get the stuff we need from food, which is what we were designed for??

Or these cofactors are in plants to preserve this highly volatile substance. THey don't appear in all the animals that make vitamin c in their livers/kidneys? hmmm

This erroneous information brought to us by
Dr. Scott Graves ND, MA is a Florida-based Naturopath and Intuitive who specializes in Nutrition Response Testing, NAET, EFT, and Psychokinesiology. He offers free 15 minute phone consultations and is available for radio and TV interviews.

and brought to our attention by the Official Vitamin c Foundation researcher.

Owen R. Fonorow, Orthomolecular Naturopath

Tue May 21, 2013 11:51 am
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