Like many doctors worldwide, we put our trust in the research and conclusions of Nobel prize laureates Linus Pauling (Chemistry & Peace) as well as Albert Szent-Gyorgyi (Medicine) in the value of Ascorbic Acid and many other vitamins and natural substances.
Their scientific theory has been proven by the life works of many medical doctors, some honored by their induction in the Orthomolecular Hall Of Fame,
Publications Index by Expert
Linus Pauling (Nobel Laureate Chemistry & Peace),
Albert Szent-Gyorgyi (Nobel Laureate Medicine),
Dr Frederick R. Klenner MD,
Dr Robert Cathcart MD,
Dr Abram Hoffer MD,
Dr Hugh Riordan MD,
Andrew Saul, PhD,
Drs Wilfrid & Evan Shute MDs,
Dr Humphrey Osmond MD
Dr Aristo Vojdani PhD
Video Index by Expert
Proper Vitamin C Dosage
We’ve published a copy of the late Dr Robert Cathcart’s protocol : Titrating to Bowel Tolerance.
It explains how to find the correct vitamin C dosage and integrated a clickable index for easier reading. The page is written by a doctor so it can get pretty complicated, but the idea is, whatever quantity of vitamin C you can take, without getting intestinal gurgling or diarrhea, is being used by your body. The body can’t store vitamin C, so it’s best to take many smaller doses throughout the day than one large one.
Dr Robert Cathcart MD – Index, Key Papers, Bibliography
Dr Robert Cathcart MD – Videos, Video index by topic/ Ailment
More Info for the layman
Andrew Saul, PhD’s independent website: Doctor Yourself.
A first stop we use to check on whatever issues we’ve came across since 2005. A fun & interesting read, the people at doctor yourself do not sponsor any particular products nor accept any sponsoring.
More Info for doctors
The Clinical Experiences of Frederick R. Klenner, M.D., abbreviated, summarized and annotated by Lendon H. Smith, M.D. 2233 SW Market Street, Portland, Oregon 97201
Observations On the Dose and Administration of Ascorbic Acid When Employed Beyond the Range Of A Vitamin In Human Pathology. Frederick R. Klenner, M.D., F.C.C.P. Journal of Applied Nutrition Vol. 23, No’s 3 & 4, Winter 1971
The Hypoascorbemia-Kwashiorkor Approach to Drug Addiction
Therapy – A Pilot Study Alfred F. Libby, Irwin Stone. Presented at the Western Regional Seminar of the International Academy of Preventive Medicine, July 16, 1977
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