BoostPro™ is a high strength Vitamin C supplement that has been formulated to give the health benefits associated with this vitamin, without any of the side effects of taking it in large amounts. BoostPro™ contains Quercetin (the “molecule of the moment”) – this is an all-natural compound that is associated with longevity, immunity and heart health.
Taking BoostPro™ helps to boost your body and enable it to recover from serious problems that have prevuiusly only been seen through having painful injections of Vitamin C.
Taking a dose does not cause stomach cramps and diarrhoea normally associated with oral doses of vitamin C and contains additional supplements that are beneficial to health. It includes methylsulfonomethane and trimethylglycine – both associated with helping prevent infection and fight disease. Each Boost-Pro dosage contains Ribose and Bioperine which assist the uptake of vitamin C and other nutrients.
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Why is Vitamin C so helpful?
In humans, Vitamin C acts to slow or prevent oxidation. Oxidation is a chemical reaction which releases harmful free radicals that cause cell damage.
Taken in large enough doses, Vitamin C can help prevent a wide range of diseases.
One particular area that has courted some controversy is the beneficial role high doses could play in the management of cancers.
In 2007, a study of 39 terminal cancer patients concluded that Vitamin C is a safe and effective therapy to use in improving the quality of life.
A year later, research from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases found high doses of vitamin C reduced tumour weight and growth rate in 50 per cent of mice with ovarian, brain and pancreatic cancers.
The vitamin has also been associated with a range of benefits including lowering eye pressure in glaucoma patients, improving sperm count in infertile men, and shortening ICU (intensive care) treatment times for critically-ill surgical patients.