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Niacin The Real Story

Author : Basic Health Publications, Incorporated
ISBN : 1681627566
Genre : Health & Fitness
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"Learn about the wonderful healing properties of niacin"--Cover.
Category: Health & Fitness

Curing With High Doses Of Ascorbic Acid Vitamin

Author : Robert F. Cathcart III M.D. - from 20.000 - 400.000 mg daily
ISBN : 9783743116726
Genre : Political Science
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Dr. Cathcart was born in San Antonio, Texas. He graduated from Burlingame High School and earned a degree in economics from Stanford University before enlisting in the U.S. Army in 1955. Dr. Cathcart earned his doctorate at the UCSF School of Medicine in 1961. He did his surgical internship and residency at Stanford Hospital from 1961 to 1966 and was an instructor of orthopedic surgery at Stanford from 1966 to 1967. While at Stanford he designed a prosthesis to replace the ball at the top of the femur, the upper leg bone. His design was based on his finding that the ball is ellipsoidal, rather than round, which had been assumed by earlier designers. The Cathcart Prosthesis has been implanted in more than 100,000 hips. In 1980 he relocated to San Mateo and in 1985 to Los Altos. He was a resident of Portola Valley at the time of his death. Dr. Cathcart, although trained as an orthopedic surgeon, is best known for his accomplishments in orthomolecular medicine. Nobel Prize laureate Linus Pauling coined the term "orthomolecular" to describe nutrition and preventative medicine. Dr. Cathcart believed that high doses of vitamin C, acting as a "free radical scavenger," could decrease most of the morbidity and all of the mortality resulting from viral diseases ranging from the simple cold to complex hepatitis. In the early 1970s, desperate to find a treatment for his chronic hay fever and stuffy nose, he discovered the merits of vitamin C after reading Pauling"s "Vitamin C and the Common Cold." Dr. Cathcart became fascinated with the idea that with the onset of a viral illness, the body can process increased amounts of vitamin C without causing its most common side effect, diarrhea. His research led him to develop the "Bowel Tolerance Theory of Vitamin C," a concept that the more potent the viral disease, the higher the dosage of vitamin C that can be utilized for treatment. His research resulted in a 1981 paper on titrating vitamin C to bowel tolerance, which became a landmark paper in the field, according to Sandra Goodman, Ph.D.
Category: Political Science

2018 Dr Med Robert Cathcart Md On Vitamin C 30 000 Patients

Author : Theophrast von Hohenheim
ISBN : 9783746041322
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Dr. med. Robert Cathcart successfully treated over 30.000 Patients in over 3 Decades with his protocol of very large doses of Vitamin C Titrating to Bowel Tolerance sometimes administering over 150.000 mg Vitamin C per Day.
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Tips For The Trip

Author : Evan Haarbauer
ISBN : 9781468950885
Genre : Psychology
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I have prepared a psychiatric hospital and patient guidebook for patients, communities, and healthcare providers. It is intended to offer helpful tips and support for patients who are admitted to psychiatric hospitals or live in an out-patient setting in the community. The guidebook covers all aspects of the experiences that a person may go through on their path to healing and recovery in a psychiatric hospital and as a medical patient. My goal is for the reader to be empowered and prepared for these particular, and often peculiar, experiences. The title is Tips for the Trip: A Psychiatric Hospital Guidebook for the Patient, by the Patient. There is a large information and resource section. It is told from a patient's perspective and gives valuable insight and direction to an often chaotic time.
Category: Psychology

Sustainable Medicine

Author : Sarah Myhill
ISBN : 9781603587891
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Sustainable Medicine is based on the premise that twenty-first century Western medicine--driven by vested interests--is failing to address the root causes of disease. Symptom-suppressing medication and "polypharmacy" have resulted in an escalation of disease and a system of so-called "health care," which more closely resembles "disease care." In this essential book, Dr. Sarah Myhill aims to empower people to heal themselves by addressing the underlying causes of their illness. She presents a logical progression from identifying symptoms, to understanding the underlying mechanisms, to relevant interventions and tests and tools with which to tackle the root causes. As Myhill writes, "It's all about asking the question 'why?'" Sustainable Medicine covers a wide range of symptoms including inflammation (infection, allergy, autoimmunity), fatigue, pain, toxic symptoms, deficiency symptoms, and hormonal symptoms. And Dr. Myhill includes a toolbox of treatments for specific illnesses and ailments, as well as a general approach to avoiding and treating all disease. Finally, she offers a series of case histories to show how people have successfully taken control of their health and healed even in the face of the most discouraging symptoms--all without the harmful interventions of 21st century Western medicine.