A goat our size, when under stress, can produce up to 100 grams per day of vitamin C by converting glucose, blood sugar, to ascorbate.  Humans produce none, but we have the same mammalian cells as a goat and the same need for ascorbate. In fact us humans together with guinea pigs, fruit bats and dry-nose primates are the only mammals who cannot make our own vitamin C. Read this article to find out more about this essential vitamin and its necessity in helping humans prevent and heal from disease and injury.

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