Wow, that took 2.5 hours to read. Whew. So during the reading, I bought some Nutribiotic corn-free SA in powder form. I would like to use it for the whole family. DH has been using Ester-C, but after he's finished with that (big) bottle, I'll have him switch too.
me: no dairy, soy, gluten. probably yeast problems. generally healthy.
DH: 200 lbs., just found out he had a hole in his heart (ASD), allergy-induced asthma, on 3 daily prescriptions for it. From my reading, it sounds like this could help his allergies? maybe he could decrease his prescriptions after a while?
DD1: 80 lbs. 11 yo, no food issues, no yeast, but she does have allergies (dust, cats). Again, it should be good even for her because of the allergies? She actually has a lot of citrus (lemon, grapefruit, orange juice).
DS: 60 lbs, 8yo. Intolerant: orange (highly), chicken, turkey, gluten, lemon, lime, dairy (highly), soy, potato, and a host of others. So far all the Vitamin C I'd seen had some form of citrus in it. But I ordered the Nutribiotic because it seemed safe for him. Do I need to worry about the oxalate thing for him?
DD2: 35 lbs., 3yo, intolerant to beef, dairy, gluten, soy, corn (highly), and numerous other things (including most citrus). As far as I can tell she doesn't have any yeast issues.
No one is sick right now, so I just do the maintenance dose of 50mg/kg of body weight for kids and 100mg/kg body weight for adults that MT said? Or am I supposed to figure out the bowel tolerance thing instead? Or is that only when someone is sick?
I'm sure with all the food restrictions, we all need the Vitamin C. And I'm trying to make good choices on supplements when we do need them.