Bio-Hazard Posted November 3, 2005 Share Posted November 3, 2005 I was reading up on Vit. C and noticed that it isn't made naturally by us and one may see it as a genetic defect. Seeing how it has implications upon different types of neurotransmitters and hormones I was wondering if there are humans who actually have the ability to create Vitamin C within themselves. It seems that 1932 marks the date of the acknowledgement of Vitamin C so, it may be true that we haven't come across such humans yet, or else we don't know how to find them. What do you think would hypothetically happen if our genes allowed us to make Vita. C? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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