jonscubas wrote:My doctor was adamant that I did not need it. I will try and ask him again to see if he will authorize the analysis of the lpa levels in the next week.
I'm curious to see what my lab results show after being on the protocol and not having any tests done for almost 5 months now.
ofonorow wrote:The late doctor Cathcart answers this question on one of the videos at
In a nutshell, from memory, ascorbic acid is twice as effective as sodium ascorbate orally.
However, only sodium ascorbate can be used IV.
The IV is (4 or 5 times?) as effective as oral administration.
The net effect is that the IV as sodium ascorbate is twice(?) as effective as ascorbic acid orally.
Whether the above numbers are precise (I'll fix them or someone will correct them) the point is that you can not and probably should not be tied to an IV for long periods of time, unless you are treating cancer.
Cathcart recommended pills of ascorbic acid when ever possible.
I'm wondering what affect it would have on unblocking or breaking down plaque in the arteries?
Do you have any recommendation for non-IV EDTA? Is it worthwhile? Any brands stand out?
Also how does EDTA therapy compare to IP6?
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