You’ve surely heard of vitamin C. The original supplemental antioxidant. But there’s a lot to this molecule.
Strap in for part one of this crash course on (cheap) essential supplements, the aging effects of oxidative stress, biological dentistry, and much more.
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About Dr. Thomas Levy
Dr. Thomas E. Levy is a board-certified cardiologist and has written six books on health-related issues. He’s focused on how to restore and maintain good health. Even in the face of the many different forms of toxicity that all of us face, typically on a daily basis. He no longer has a clinical practice in medicine and cardiology. Instead, he focuses on research and writing.
Top things you’ll learn from Dr. Levy
- Why Dr. Levy takes vitamin C and cortisol in the morning
- Vitamin C and the liver
- How much vitamin C humans need
- A primary driver of disease
- How vitamin C works
- The role of toxins
- Two aspects of ongoing disease
- Oxidation and the free radical theory of aging
- Babies can make vitamin C but lose the ability
- Super power of a compound in olive leaf
- Basic, cheap, and essential supplements
- Dr. Levy’s experiment with vitamin C and alcohol
- Molecular hydrogen (H2)
- Liposomal vitamin C vs regular
- Buffered vitamin C supplements are dangerous
- Vitamin C products with rose hips and other bioavailability boosters
- Blunting hormetic stress with vitamin C
- Biological dentistry
- Link between coronary artery disease and pathogens
- Crucial nature of your vitamin C level
- What makes oral infections so dangerous
- The 3D Cone Beam scan
- Abscessed teeth are common and asymptomatic
- Dangers of root canals
- The risk of botox
- Problem and solution to tonsils
- Finding biological dentists
- Why flossing is bad
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