(06-17-2018, 10:26 AM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:
(06-17-2018, 08:45 AM)Below Average Genius Wrote:
(06-17-2018, 07:42 AM)Team Uzi Wrote: Hey!
Demented sense of Humor?
I resemble that Remark!
Thank you very much.
Here's your link:
Sheesh, you're clueless about what you relied on in your attempt to describe ascorbyl palmitate unhealthy.
The study refers to TOPICAL Ascorbyl palmitate not oral!!!!!!!!!
Listen to me!
I can tell you straight up that you are taking this orally as a supplement.
Your symptoms support my hypothesis.
I'm smarter than you.
Sheesh! Did you notice that the study involved grossly overdosing the rats with an extraordinarily high amount of ascorbyl palmitate! The dosage needed to produce harmful effects would be equivalent to a 154 pound adult taking as much as 210 grams of ascorbyl palmitate a day for six months!!
I requested 1/420th that amount per drink.
The study also noted that smaller amounts fed for two years produced NO harmful effects!!
That part of the study is rather important! In fact, those results prove the very opposite of what you contended
"However, L-ascorbyl palmitate was fed to rats for
two years (Fitzhugh & Nelson, 1946), no adverse effects being noted at
the 0.5% or 0.25% levels as determined by growth rate, mortality and
Furthermore rats don't need vitamin C as part of their diet because they make it on their own. So sure they could get kidney stones if they were fed an ungodly amount of A.P.
It's not hard to conjure up so-called studies that are designed to reach a predetermined outcome. They failed to get the results in their six month study so they did one for two years.
P.S. The studies you referred to are 72 years old. If it had meant anything to the FDA, they would have shut down ascorbyl palmitate production long ago because the FDA loves nothing more than stopping the sale of vitamins and herbs.
P.P.S. It looks like you left the the word -ypants off yourself description of your being smarter than me. In fact you could leave off the "smarty" altogether because at the moment, your pants have a full load.