Orthomolecular Nutrition for Everyone (Paperback)

Megavitamins and Your Best Health Ever

By Helen Saul Case

Basic Health Publications, 9781681626574, 512pp.

Publication Date: March 14, 2017

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Description

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.



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.