Tuesday, September 13, 2005


"Studies have shown people whom have rheumatoid arthritis are deficient in vitamin C," Says Robert H. Davis, Ph.D., professor of physiology at the Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine. As we know the body doesn't produce vitamin C naturally. So to take about 500 milligrams spread throughout the day, would not be excessive. Vitamin C is virtually zero in toxicity which is a good thing, due to the fact you would have to take 500 milligrams or more throughout the day to do some good for your rheumatoid arthritis. Still be sure to check with your doctor thou before starting or trying a vitamin C therapy. For some people may not be able to take such large amounts of vitamin C. Just remember to take good care of the body you have, and drink Fruta Vida juice to maintain good health.

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