Orthomolecular Nutrition for Everyone: Megavitamins and Your Best Health Ever

Orthomolecular Nutrition for Everyone: Megavitamins and Your Best Health Ever

by Helen Saul Case

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Orthomolecular Nutrition for Everyone: Megavitamins and Your Best Health Ever by Helen Saul Case

Orthomolecular nutrition prevents and cures disease. This fact has been ignored by our current health care system, the media, and the medical literature. Why doesn’t your doctor use nutritional therapy? Is it for lack of safety? Because it’s not effective? Because it’s expensive? It happens to be none of these. Despite what you have been told, nutritional medicine is safe and effective. It is remarkably inexpensive especially when compared to the incredibly high cost of modern medicine. The evidence from nearly 80 years of research by orthomolecular physicians proves it: nutritional therapy works.

Most vitamin research you hear about focuses on low, and therefore, inadequate doses of vitamins. Low doses do not get clinical results. High-dose vitamin therapy does; it has for decades. But which vitamins should we take? How much? Is taking all those vitamins safe? This book addresses common questions about supplementation including dosing, safety, and just what all those extra vitamins do for you. It also covers what to eat and why, the real story about exercise and good heath, why we shouldn’t fear germs, and how each and every vitamin can get you better now and keep you well in the future.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781681626574
Publisher: Turner Publishing Company
Publication date: 03/14/2017
Pages: 512
Sales rank: 828,788
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Helen Saul Case is the author of The Vitamin Cure for Women’s Health Problems and Vitamins & Pregnancy: The Real Story and coauthor of Vegetable Juicing for Everyone . She appears in the film That Vitamin Movie (2016). Mrs. Case is Assistant Editor for the peer-reviewed Orthomolecular Medicine News Service and she has published in the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine . She is the daughter of Andrew W. Saul, star of the movie Food Matters and author of many popular books, including Doctor Yourself . Mrs. Case currently lives with her husband and children in western New York. She can be found on Facebook and at her website helensaulcase.com.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments ix

Foreword Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD xi

Preface xiii

Part 1 What Is Orthomolecular Medicine (and Why Should We Care?) 1

Can Supplements Take the Place of a Bad Diet? Andrew W. Saul, PhD 14

Steps to Better Health: Are You Sick of Sickness? Helen Saul Case 19

Chapter 1 Confessions of an Orthomolecular Lifer 24

Ebola, Enterovirus, Dirty Dishes, and Plague Andrew W. Saul, PhD 32

Chapter 2 Oh, What to Eat? 47

Pass the Mustard, or Just Pass on the Hot Dog? Andrew W. Saul, PhD 61

Toxic Sugar Robert G. Smith, PhD 73

Chapter 3 That Diet Word 90

Another Reader's Digest Absurdity: Red Meat Is Bad-No, Wait-Good for You! Helen Saul Case 97

The Traditional Mediterranean Diet: Lessons Learned Christopher Lam, MD 100

Food Allergy, Gluten Sensitivity, and Celiac Disease Ralph Campbell, MD 117

Chapter 4 Weight and Weight Loss 125

Chapter 5 Vitamin Questions and Answers 145

What's the Difference Between Natural and Synthetic Vitamins? Andrew W. Saul, PhD 147

Tips from a Megavitamin Mom: Getting Kids to Take Vitamins and Lots of Them Helen Saul Case 154

Part 2 Vitamins: The Real Story 161

Doctors Say Vitamins Are Safe and Effective (from the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service) 162

Supplements: The Real Story (from the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service) 168

A Timeline of Vitamin Medicine Andrew W. Saul, PhD 173

No Deaths from Vitamins, Supplements, Minerals, Amino Acids, or Herbs. Absolutely None Andrew W. Saul, PhD 177

"Safe Upper Levels" for Nutritional Supplements: One Giant Step Backward Alan R. Gaby, MD 179

Chapter 6 Vitamin C 186

Introduction to Vitamin C 186

The Third Face of Vitamin C Robert F. Cathcart, MD 192

The Method of Determining Proper Doses of Vitamin C for the Treatment of Disease by Titrating to Bowel Tolerance Robert F. Cathcart, MD 198

Hidden in Plain Sight: The Pioneering Work of Frederick Robert Klenner, MD Andrew W. Saul, PhD 209

Observations on the Dose and Administration or Ascorbic Acid when Employed Beyond the Range of a Vitamin in Human Pathology Frederick R. Klenner, MD 217

Ascorbic Acid Vitamin C: What's the Real Story? Andrew W. Saul, PhD 233

About "Objections" to Vitamin C Therapy (from the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service) 235

Vitamin C Does NOT Cause Kidney Stones Steve Hickey, PhD Hilary Roberts, PhD 239

Don't Vaccinate Without Vitamin C Helen Saul Case 242

Vaccinations, Vitamin C, and "Choice" Helen Saul Case 246

Chapter 7 Vitamin A 250

Vitamin A and Beta-Carotene Bradford S. Weeks, MD 250

Lycopene: Its Role in Health and Disease James A. Jackson, PhD Hugh D. Riordan, MD Chris Revard Jerry Tiemeyer 259

Which Kills Smokers: "Camels" or Carrots? Are Smokers Getting Lung Cancer from Beta-Carotene? Andrew W. Saul, PhD 261

Vitamin A: Cancer Cure or Cancer Cause? Media Tells a One-Sided Story Andrew W. Saul, PhD 265

Chapter 8 Vitamin E 269

Vitamin E: A Cure in Search of Recognition Andrew W. Saul, PhD 270

Vitamin E Attacked Again. Of Course. Because It Works Andrew W. Saul, PhD 281

Chapter 9 Vitamin D 285

Why You Need More Vitamin D. A Lot More William B. Grant, PhD 285

Latest Research on Vitamin D Shows Remarkable Range of Health Benefits Jack Challem 291

Top Vitamin D Research of 2014 William B. Grant, PhD 294

Chapter 10 B Vitamins 301

The Pioneering Work of Ruth Flinn Harrell: Champion of Children Andrew W. Saul, PhD 302

Negative and Positive Side Effects of Vitamin B3 Abram Hoffer, MD, PhD 311

Vitamins Fight Multiple Sclerosis (from the Ortho-molecular Medicine News Service) 330

Why Niacin Will Always Be the Good One W. Todd Penberthy, PhD 332

"Safe Upper Levels" of Folic Acid, B6 and B12 Eddie Vos 336

Chapter 11 Other Nutrients, Including Vitamin K and Minerals 343

Chapter 12 Nutrient News You Haven't Heard 355

Niacin and Schizophrenia Nick Fortino, PhD 357

Vitamin C Prevents Vaccination Side Effects, Increases Effectiveness Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD 360

Shingles Treatment That Works (from the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service) 364

Vitamins D and C and Treating TB Steve Hickey, PhD William B. Grant, PhD 365

What Really Causes Kidney Stones (and Why Vitamin C Does Not) (from the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service) 368

How Doctors Use Vitamin C Against Lead Poisoning Andrew W. Saul, PhD 374

Vitamin C Saves Lives (from the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service) 375

Orthomolecular Treatment for Adverse Effects of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Vaccine Atsuo Yanagisawa, MD, PhD 378

Flu Vaccine: No Good Evidence Damien Downing, MD 383

Which Supplements Should You Take to Protect Yourself Against Colds and Flus? Jack Challem 386

Ascorbate Supplementation Reduces Heart Failure Andrew W. Saul, PhD Robert G. Smith, PhD 390

Negative News Media Reports on Vitamin Supplements Andrew W. Saul, PhD 392

Chapter 13 A Pharmaceutical Plot Is Afoot? Of Course Not 396

How to Make People Believe Any Antivitamin Scare Andrew W. Saul, PhD 397

Confessions of a Frustrated Pharmacist Stuart Lindsey, PharmD 401

Big Names, Big Mistakes: Consumers Misled by Supplement Bashing Gert Schuitemaker, PhD Bo Jonsson, MD, PhD 406

Pharmaceutical Drug Marketing to Our Children: Bordering on Criminal Helen Saul Case 408

Antivitamin Publications: Misinformation Presented as Truth Rolf Hefti 412

Trashing Vitamins with Garbage Articles Travis V. Meyer 416

FDA Claims "Food Supplement" Deaths; Hides Details from the Public (from the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service) 418

Truth in Pharmaceutical Advertising: Now There Is an Oxymoron for You Ralph K. Campbell, MD 421

A Constant Stream of Expensive Drags Helen Saul Case 424

Are There No Hospitals? Are There No Nursing Homes? Andrew W. Saul 427

Chapter 14 Do I Need All Those Vitamins? 430

Appendix 1 Orthomolecular Medicine: The Best Cost-Effective, Rational, and Scientific Choice for Disease Treatment Michael J. Gonzalez, DSc, NMD, PhD, FACN Jorge R. Miranda-Massari, PharmD 433

Appendix 2 Probiotics-Good Bacteria-Help Maintain Our Health in Many Ways Jack Challem 440

Appendix 3 Nutritional Therapy at the Crossroads Jack Challem 443

Additional Reading 452

About the Author 458

Index 459

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