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SUBJECT: Special Edition for Labor Day Happiness

In 1996 one of the greatest vitamin C authorities, Gladys Block at UC-Berkeley, told me of an unpublished study that found people with the highest serum vitamin C levels were the happiest. How delightful to read in AJCN this month that hospital patients given 500 mg of vitamin C twice daily improves mood and reduces psychological stress (1)! My undergraduate class at Beloit College discovered that 500 mg of vitamin C taken twice daily is optimal for producing the highest level of vitamin C in the body (2). How happy it makes me to find that dosage is finally getting recognition.

- Roc, Nutrition Investigator
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Those youths who had been involved in more educational activities and classes had, at age 33, a higher rate of notable accomplishments – pg54, Scientific Am. Mind Nov/Dec 2012

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