Vitamin C – The Forgotten Super Hero: How Vitamin C Affects, Stress, Weight Loss and Chronic and Acute Conditions

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Energetix Webucation for Healthcare Professionals – Free Live Webinar Announcement

Vitamin C is likely the most commonly known and widely used nutritional supplement on the market today. Advertisers from orange juice producers to supplement manufacturers tout vitamin C for its many health benefits. According to a Newsweek.com article, “…studies have found that (vitamin C) may lower the risk of catching a cold among people whose bodies are under high physical stress—think marathon runners or soldiers on subarctic exercises. They were 50 percent less likely to catch a cold if they took a daily dose of vitamin C.”

A recent Energetix newsletter pointed out, “What the general public may not be aware of is that vitamin C (ascorbic acid) has also been widely used clinically and nutritionally as: an antioxidant, for immune support, to support adrenal function, for its ability to make healthy tissue through the formation and maintenance of collagen, as an anti-microbial, and as an anti-inflammatory.”

The human body, unlike those of most other mammals, does not manufacture or store vitamin C. Only daily diet or daily supplementation can provide this nutrient so essential to healthy function. Even though vitamin C is among the most researched of all vitamins, doctors often overlook its essential role.

Gregg Hake, CEO of Energetix Corporation noted, “It can be challenging for healthcare professionals to stay current with the latest information, research and applications for vitamin C. Our knowledge and understanding of how vitamin C supports our bodies continues to evolve and expand. At Energetix, we are always concerned to stay on the leading edge of nutritional healthcare, not only looking at the newest ingredients, but also ensuring that we’re sharing the latest information with our clients.”

Energetix is offering a free half-hour webinar that will offer:

  • New understanding of the role of vitamin C in chronic and acute conditions
  • Hidden vitamin C deficiency - signs and symptoms
  • New research and recommended optimal daily levels of vitamin C
  • Vitamin C buffers – What works? What doesn’t?
  • Stress, weight loss and vitamin C

The live webinar is available on Tuesday, June 15, 2010, at 2 pm EST and health practitioners of all modalities are invited to participate in this informative event. To register, visit http://www.goenergetix.com/webinars/061510.

Energetix is a professional remedy line that caters exclusively to healthcare professionals including naturopaths, chiropractors, AK practitioners, EAV practitioners, acupuncturists, homeopaths, MDs, nurse practitioners, and practitioners of Chinese medicine.

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