www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10543583

OBJECTIVE: To study the effect of megadose Vitamin C in preventing and relieving cold and flu symptoms in a test group compared with a control group.

www.healthline.com/nutrition/does-vitamin-c-help-with-colds

Apr 24, 2018 ... ... in humans. Many people believe that vitamin C can help prevent or even cure colds. ... Vitamin C for Colds — Does It Actually Work? .... Here are the 15 best foods to eat when sick with the cold, flu, nausea or anything…

www.webmd.com/cold-and-flu/cold-guide/vitamin-c-for-common-cold

Jan 20, 2017 ... WebMD explains the role vitamin C plays in preventing and treating the common cold. ... More Related Topics · Cold, Flu, & Cough · Cold Guide ...

aspirenaturalhealth.com/how-to-effectively-use-vitamin-c-to-treat-colds-and-flus

Vitamin C is a common household cold and flu fighter, and clinically I have seen Vitamin C be very effective for treating colds and flus. Yet the studies that have ...

www.health.harvard.edu/cold-and-flu/can-vitamin-c-prevent-a-cold

Jan 13, 2017 ... For the general population, taking daily vitamin C does not reduce the risk of getting a cold. Taking at least 200 milligrams (mg) of vitamin C per ...

isom.ca/article/high-dose-vitamin-c-influenza-case-report

Jan 14, 2019 ... High Dose Vitamin C and Influenza: A Case Report. Read on issuu. Author(s): Michael J Gonzalez1; Miguel J Berdiel2; Jorge Duconge3; ...

aaptiv.com/magazine/flu-season

“Although there's limited research to show any benefit of vitamin C when it comes to preventing the cold or flu, studies do show that getting enough can reduce ...

www.abundanceandhealth.co.uk/en/blog/109-how-to-avoid-the-flu-arm-yourself-with-vitamin-c

Feb 23, 2018 ... It is fairly well recognised that vitamin C can help us during the winter months in particular to ward of colds and flu. This is for a number of ...

www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/323550.php

Can it really help with the cold or flu? Researchers have found limited evidence that vitamin C treats the cold or flu. Although ...