Do you want to lower your CRP levels naturally? Rather than taking Crestor which can cost a couple of thousand dollars a year and cause potential harm to your body, you may be able to reduce your C-reactive protein levels by adding more fruits and vegetables to your diet and by taking vitamin C, a safe and natural supplement. One recent study showed taking 1000 mg of vitamin C lowered CRP levels. I don't think there is a need to take 1,000 mg every single day. Even 100 to 500 mg could be helpful or you can take the 1000 mg a few days a week. See for details.

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