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If you tell someone you are on a meat only diet, they will be quick to ask you where you get your Vitamin C - because, as everyone knows, you will get scurvy without it.
This is not the case. Essentially glucose will interfere with the uptake of vitamin C. If you don't have excess blood sugar, say from a high carb diet, you will not need much vitamin C.
Esmée La Fleur has some info on it here.
discuss it in this wonderful article
"We put forward that instead of taking vitamin C as a supplement, an evolutionary adapted human diet based on meat, fat and offal would provide enough vitamin C to cover physiological needs and to ward off diseases associated with vitamin C deficiency."
Vitamin C and Disease: Insights from the Evolutionary Perspective (PDF Download Available)
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