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?
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What Is The Optimal Daily Dose Of Vitamin C?

Comparison of Recommended Daily Intakes (RDI)
RDI Source/Population
60-95 mg U.S. Recommended Intake
200 mg Levin/NIH Recommendation
400 mg Current Linus Pauling Institute Recommendation
2,500 mg Hickey/Roberts minimum
3,000 mg Vitamin C Foundation daily recommendation (up to 250,000+ mg)
6,000-12,000 mg Thomas Levy's daily recommendation
6,000-18,000 mg Linus Pauling's daily recommendation
20,000-300,000 mg Cathcart/Levy Cure for Infectious Diseases
10,000-130,000 mg Russel Jaffe calibration
1,000-10,000 mg Children (Klenner recommendation 1 g/year)
6,000-9,000 mg Pregnancy
6,000-18,000 mg Heart Disease
14,000-30,000 mg oral (200,000 IV) Cancer
Source: Vitamin C Foundation

NOTE: Many Vitamin C researchers believe that the USDA RDI for Vitamin C is enough to prevent scurvy but not much else. The researchers believe that much higher levels are required to prevent or treat life threatening ailments such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, and liver disease.