How Vitamin C Is The Key To Fighting Viral Infections with Dr. Thomas E. Levy | Ep. 5

Published: Jun 04 2021

Have you ever been told to take vitamin C when you’re feeling sick? Did you know what you might take for granted as an old home remedy is actually an incredibly potent, virus-fighting powerhouse? In this episode, we dive into the healing potential of vitamin C, the best ways to take vitamin c, chronic pathogen colonization, dental issues, thyroid issues, and more!


In this episode, I spoke all about viral infections and vitamin c with Dr. Thomas E. Levy. Dr. Levy, MD, JD is a board-certified cardiologist and the author of Curing the Incurable: Vitamin C, Infectious Diseases, and Toxins and STOP America's #1 Killer!; plus several other groundbreaking medical books. He is one of the world's leading vitamin C experts and frequently lectures to medical professionals all over the globe about the proper role of vitamin C and antioxidants in the treatment of a host of medical conditions and diseases.


We cover these topics:

  • How Dr. Levy got into vitamin C

  • Treating polio with vitamin C

  • Taking vitamin C through an IV

  • Covid and vitamin C

  • The CDC and vitamin C

  • Chronic pathogen colonization

  • Dental issues and chronic disease

  • Removing infected teeth and tonsils

  • Thyroid issues follow dental issues

  • What causes disease?

  • And more!

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