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Orthomolecular Medicine Respectful Insolence

2018.08.10 20:41

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Taking into account our modern life, one that is moving at a fast pace, working long hours in contaminated environments can make our physical and mental body age prematurely and cause the rise of free radicals in our blood. Pauling, of course, went on to found the Institute of Orthomolecular Medicine with Art Robinson in 1973, (soon after renamed the Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine) and co-edit the book Orthomolecular Psychiatry: Treatment of Schizophrenia in the same year.

Linus Pauling back in 1968, Orthomolecular Medicine was defined as "the preservation of good health and the treatment of diseases by altering the concentration of substances normally found in the human body and which are responsible for the maintenance of health.

Since many medical doctors undermined Pauling's concept of orthomolecular medicine, Pauling regularly asked for more information about medical trials that failed to show the benefits of orthomolecular therapies, especially vitamin C. Thus when Pauling read a short statement written by Dr. Mervyn L. Goldstein of New York, which said that vitamin C exacerbated the symptoms of a patient suffering from sickle cell-thalassemia disease, Pauling wrote to Goldstein requesting information about his patient.

The gluten- and casein-free diet is currently not a validated treatment for children with autism, although an NIH-funded study is in progress. 1948 Frederick R. Klenner, MD, a board-certified specialist in diseases of the chest, publishes cures of 41 cases of viral pneumonia using very high doses of vitamin C.

At the time, the connection between diet and disease was a new one, at least for Western medicine. All the good work done throughout pregnancy, with optimum nutrition, the correct intake of foods and appropriate supplementation, needs to be followed up by the right diet for the finale of labour.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration ( FDA ) has drawn up maximum and minimum recommended doses for the guidance of the public. This results in insidious types of damage and may lead to diseases of aging such as cancer and neurodegenerative diseases. Rather, the OM folks focus on such things as foods and diets that cause or prevent cancer, or megavitamin treatments to cure cancer or treat mental illness.

The orthomolecular research initially done on nutrition in relation to mental health has expanded over the years to all areas of health care from cardiovascular disease to cancer, from AIDS to Alzheimer's. He drew a clear distinction between the minimal amount of the vitamin to prevent death by scurvy, and the optimal amount for the best of health.

All of these achieve the healthy functioning of the organism and prevent Immunodeficiency disorders by applying vitamins, trace elements, and natural biological pharmaceuticals according to their specific needs, such as getting thinner, clearing skin, and enhancing the health of internal organs.

Serving in the multiple roles of planner, facilitator, educator, editor, publisher, and producer, Carter has worked to establish diet, nutrition and lifestyle choices as the cornerstones of optimum health, and has consistently kept professional and public attention focused on the importance of individual responsibility in health care.

The scientific and medical consensus holds that the broad claims of efficacy advanced by advocates of orthomolecular medicine are not adequately tested as drug therapies. Megavitamin therapy is the practice of administering doses of certain vitamins at a much higher level than is generally recognized as the minimum daily requirement of these vitamins.