Proof Of Concept
Is A Pill That Proposes To Maintain Vitamin C Levels Without Consumption Of Fruits Or Dietary Supplements Actually Delivering On That Promise?
Early experience with FORMULA-216TM shows it may be delivering on its promise to raise internal levels of vitamin C without dietary or supplemental intake of vitamin C.
Given that vitamin C is rapidly excreted in urine flow, a reagent test strip can be used to measure internal concentrations of vitamin C in a urine sample. The five colors of the test strip indicate a doubling of vitamin C levels ranging from near zero to 100 milligrams per deciliter of urine (…)
Do you know that most animals secrete vitamin C internally as a hormone while humans don’t?
…. that occurred long ago in human history that resulted in a dysfunctional GULO gene?
The GULO gene produces the gulonolactone oxidase enzyme, the last of four enzymes required to convert blood sugar as it passes through the liver to ascorbate – vitamin C.
Most other animals endogenously produce vitamin C. Guinea pigs, fruit bats, primate monkeys, a Japanese killfish suffer the same plight as human – they are missing an enzyme (gulonolactone oxidase) that converts blood sugar (glucose from the liver, sucrose and fructose from the diet) to ascorbate as blood passes through the liver.
“Humans would then be able to perform the endogenous synthesis of ascorbate – Vitamin C – , just like the other mammals.” ~ Irvine Stone 1979
Press Release – Formula-216™
Las Vegas, NV (September, 2018)—Formula-216™ (Encode Nutrition™), a new patent-pending nutraceutical blend of olive extract combined with vitamins C, D, zinc and resveratrol, features a key ingredient that has been shown to elevate and maintain vitamin C blood levels in preliminary human tests without reliance upon consumption of vitamin C-rich foods or dietary supplements. This revolutionary dietary supplement is said to restore the human body’s ability to internally produce vitamin C that was lost due to a gene mutation many generations ago in early human history.
How much mg of Vitamin C people need?
*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.