1. What is Vitamin C?
  2. In the human body, what does Vitamin C do?
  3. What is the optimal daily dose of Vitamin C?
  4. Can a lack of Vitamin C cause disease? If yes, which diseases?
  5. Can high doses of Vitamin C prevent or cure disease? If yes, which diseases?
  6. Can high doses of Vitamin C prevent or cure cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of death in humans?
  7. Are there any known side effects of Vitamin C supplementation?
  8. What is the Unified Theory of Human Cardiovascular Disease? How is it related to Vitamin C?
  9. Are there any case studies that would support the use of Vitamin C as a potential life saving medicine?
  10. Why does the multi-trillion dollar pharmaceutical industry refuse to research Vitamin C as a potential life saving medicine?
  11. Why does the pharmaceutical industry attack those who promote the use of Vitamin C as a potential life saving medicine?
  12. Is Vitamin C a life saver? If yes, how many lives could be saved each and every day?
Mission Statement

How many human lives can Vitamin C save every day?

Approximately 150,000 people die each day, worldwide. About 30% of all deaths are caused by cardiovascular disease. If Vitamin C deficiency is in fact the cause of most cardiovascular disease, worldwide recognition and action could save up to 50,000 human lives, every day. A staggering number to say the least. However, if Vitamin C is also an effective treatment or cure for other life threatening illnesses, as many believe, the life saving potential of Vitamin C could be much higher.