Studies are showing that stressful dog life events can deplete dogs of their innate supply of Vitamin C and they can benefit from VitC supplementation. Experiments trialling Vitamin C therapy in life threatening health issues, such as parvo virus, are often having great and surprising success. Vitamin C is a vitalising winner for dogs.
In 2015 a study found vitamin C can kill tumour cells that carry a common cancer-causing mutation – in mice. In fact, many studies are investigating the therapeutic potential of Vitamin C, especially as a potential cancer treatment. This article explains various study outcomes and how intravenous dosing is seemingly most effective.
High dose vitamin C therapies are increasingly reporting positive results in cases previously deemed as ‘no hope’, especially with some cancer cases. This article, written by a practicing vet, conveys results from his trials in high dose vitC in dogs with cancer, as well as other life-threatening illnesses showing its benefits and continuing promise.