This week`s discussion carries up to 20 points. Keep posts readable at 1-2 solid paragraphs, no need for much more than that. Due by 11:59pm, Thursday: Original discussion post by students whose last names start with letters A through K Due by 11:59pm, Sunday: Response to others` post by students whose last names start with letters L through Z Instructions: Original posters: Using PubMed or another credible peer-reviewed journal search engine, share a link or upload a recent reserach study (2010 or later) on Vitamin C. Anything related to Vitamin C is fair game. For example, after doing the reading, you may decide to search "Vitamin C and the common cold." Summarize the article, including: specific topic related to Vitamin C credibility of authors any background on the topic (previous research done and listed in the background section of the article) research design (population, number of participants, type of study such as randomized controlled trial) results/outcomes your thoughts on the quality of the research what did you learn about Vitamin C Response posters: Respond to an orignial post by finding another article similar to the original post and discussing the items listed above for your article. Then compare the articles.
Vitamin C- Essay Nutrition Name Institution Date In the study by Paschalis et al., (2016), the authors of the article were physical exercise specialists in Greece and Cyprus. Even though, the study was conducted in Europe the study can be replicated in diverse situations. Previous studies have highlighted the likely benefits of vitamin C and E in improving oxidative stress, where the antioxidant has been found to be effective in preventing diseases. However, the study the researches highlighted past studies in the introduction section and did not include the background section. To determine the effectiveness of vitamin C supplementation, the researchers pointed out that