But you don't want any kind of vitamin supplement. It's not really a b-vitamin. Let me give you an example, two examples. Vitamin E, that you buy out there. 99.9% of all the vitamin E comes from Kodak and Fuji. It is their developing solution. It used to cost them hundreds of millions of dollars a year to take that solution, bury it in bunkers that were concrete walls, 12, inches thick and they have to contain it in stainless steel barrels, millions of dollars in land and development, and all of that.
One of their scientists did a comparison of chemical structure who found that solution, that chemical in there, the main ingredient of it, the most toxic substances was 73% identical to the structure of vitamin E. So, he convinced them to sell it as vitamin E. Now they make a bundle on it and everybody's eating this solvent, this chemical solvent as vitamin E.
And the difference is what they did was decided to call there substance as alpha tocopherol, d-alpha tocopherol is the complete vitamin E structure and that's still almost 30% difference, and it has nothing to do with the natural.
Same with vitamin C. Once you isolate vitamin C from a food, even if it isn't chemical and ascorbic acid, the structure is entirely different.
Vitamin C in food looks like little soft spongy little balls, which are incontestably very small and soft, looked like they're little, hairy spongy little balls that a child would play with in various colors. They're like mutated pastel colors, very colorful and very soft.
Vitamin C in any form under a same kind of microscope will show you a hundred times the size of those balls and there's like broken glass. Looks like a broken mirror, has no relationship to what vitamin C is. Ascorbic acid has no relationship to vitamin C at all in food.