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Alan-pots-IST

ingesting glucose with Vitamin C significantly improved the orthostatic tolerance

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I found this article that seems to imply vitamin C can improve orthostatic intolerance.

      I believe it says  one gram vitamin C orally with carbohydrates can dramatically improve orthostatic intolerance,

 http://www.njecbonline.org/article.asp?issn=2348-053X;year=2015;volume=3;issue=2;spage=92;epage=98;aulast=Usman

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It worked in two out of three healthy young men.  I hope they can expand upon their work to include a larger pool of subjects of more than just three men, especially to include women of child bearing-age and older. For now, nothing wrong with a good breakfast to start the day.

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Vitamin C is water-soluble, so taking 1000 mg cannot hurt you. If it helped anyone than I am glad for them. I was always told to get the vitamin from food rather than from supplements. 

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I read it can also improve cardiovagal baroreflex sensitivity,  and rutin can as well.

  but I can't find the particular article I read right now. so I don't know if it's oral  they used,  I believe the rutin was definitely oral,

     it's difficult taking vitamin C because  when I have a flare up and need something my stomach is often inflamed, I got some dr. Mercola Liposomal  vitamin C It's relatively affordable it's slightly more bioavailable than other forms of vitamin C,  but doesn't come close two intervenience,

    I may pick up some calcium vitamin C buffered calcium next time I go to the store.

  years ago I did cabbage juice three cups a day  20 days  and my pots orthostatic hypotension  improve substantially  so much so I started jogging and living a normal life,

So I'm juicing now it's been about 7 days cabbage juice the green cabbage juice is what you need is really nasty

 

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I am thinking that cabbage juice would turn us into a floating device - No? Does it not cause unbearable flatulence? 

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The cabbage juice can make you gassy, but for me it's not so bad and I'm already feeling better.

Cabbage juice in the past has almost been a cure for me but it requires strict dieting no refined sugars no gluten  3 cups of cabbage juice a day for at least 20 days.

I add celery to it as well so I end up with about 6 cups of juice a day.

And I'm not exaggerating it really has been a miracle for my particular orthostatic issues.    I suppose stomach inflammation can cause blood pooling and leaky gut can be a huge Factor an autoimmune so cabbage juice hits all those things

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I bought some "lyposomal vitamin C" after you posted this, Alan-pots-IST.  It does seem to help!

Lyposomal vitamin C is vitamin C that is, allegedly, dissolved into a lyposomal solution (oil-like solution) for the purposes of improving the total amount of vitamin C that can be absorbed into the blood. 

 

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