Vitamin C
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Coagulation Impact

  • Reduced plasminogen activator inhibitor (PAI-1) and von Willebrand factor if dosage is 2+g/day with 800 IU of Vitamin E. Change not seen with less.
  • "Tissue plasminogen activator antigen levels were inversely related to Vitamin C levels. Von Willebrand factor levels were slightly higher with vitamin C,"
  • The administration of ascorbic acid (1g/day) to healthy adults did not significantly influence the levels of serum cholesterol, plasminogen activator activity, plasminogen, fibrinogen, FR-antigen, partial thromboplastin time, platelet adhesiveness, a-1-antitrypsin or a-2-macroglobulin over the 3-month period of study."
     
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