Alternative to antibiotics found in vitamin C

In the United States, at least two million people are infected with antibiotic resistant bacteria each year. Alarmingly, 23,000 of those cases prove to be fatal. This can all be traced to the overuse of antibiotics, both in medical treatment and in our food supply.

Despite the growing prevalence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, called “superbugs,” our reliance on antibiotics has yet to waiver. The obvious answer to growing antibiotic resistance is quite simple.

Numerous studies show that Vitamin C has been proven effective at fighting all types of illnesses and infections. The idea of using high doses of vitamin C as an alternative to antibiotics is not new. Dr. Frederick Robert Klenner has documented the positive effects of vitamin C for several years now. He began practicing medicine in 1936, and his research on vitamin C has inspired many others to continue to investigate the myriad of health benefits it provides.

Now, new research suggests that vitamin C might even be able to help the body fight off drug-resistant tuberculosis, along with other infections.

What are you waiting for? Take your regular dose of vitamin C now!


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