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eBook Vitamin C and the Common Cold ePub

eBook Vitamin C and the Common Cold ePub

by Linus Carl Pauling

  • ISBN: 1568496699
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Linus Carl Pauling
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Buccaneer Books (June 1, 1995)
  • ePub book: 1279 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1543 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 414

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I remember when his first book on the common cold was published. They can take vitamin C instead of antibiotics. Pauling explains how vitamin C will help your body to fight off infections. 12 people found this helpful.

I remember when his first book on the common cold was published. I wish I had read it then, and followed his guidelines. I suspect I could have spared myself many visits to the doctor's office and needless illness.

Vitamin C and the Common Cold is a popular book by Linus Pauling, first published in 1970, on vitamin C, its interactions with common cold and the role of vitamin C megadosage in human health. The book promoted the idea that taking large amounts of vitamin C could reduce the duration and severity of the common cold. 13 people found this helpful.

Pauling, Linus, 1901-1994. Published (c1976) under title: Vitamin C, the common cold, and the flu. Bibliography: p. -116. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Linus Pauling and the vitamin C craze. A January 1971 article from an Oregon newspaper. In 1970, Pauling came out with his book Vitamin C and the Common Cold, where he encouraged Americans to consume 3,000 mg of vitamin C daily. Their discoveries led one scientist, Linus Pauling, to dig deeper. In 1949, Pauling and his team studying sickle cell anemia established it as a genetic disease. Oregon State University/Flickr.

This book is worth a read on the subject of Vitamin C. Pauling make a convincing argument that the right amount of Vitamin C taken at the right time can, indeed . His books on chemistry are basic to understanding the subject

This book is worth a read on the subject of Vitamin C. Pauling make a convincing argument that the right amount of Vitamin C taken at the right time can, indeed make a difference in how fast you fight. His books on chemistry are basic to understanding the subject.

The common cold studies indicate that the amounts of vitamin C which safely protect from scurvy may still be too .

The common cold studies indicate that the amounts of vitamin C which safely protect from scurvy may still be too low to provide an efficient rate for other reactions, possibly antioxidant in nature, in infected people. Ascorbic acid : Infection :Neutrophils :Superoxide:Hypochlorite. Twenty years ago Linus Pauling ( 1 9 7 0 ~w) rote the book Vitainin C and the Common Cold in which he claimed that vitamin C is beneficial against the common cold. based his opinion on several earlier studies.

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Linus Pauling - 'The Vitamin C Man'. Was Pauling Right About Vitamin C After All?

Linus Pauling - 'The Vitamin C Man'. One of the most famous forerunners of high dose vitamin C treatment for colds and other disease was Linus Carl Pauling (1901-1994), a physical chemist and peace activist who won two Nobel Prize awards; one in chemistry in 1954, followed by a Nobel Peace Prize in 1962. He detailed his discoveries in a series of books, starting with Vitamin C and the Common Cold in 1970, followed by Vitamin C, the Common Cold and the Flu (1976), Vitamin C and Cancer (1979), and How to Feel Better and Live Longer (1986). Was Pauling Right About Vitamin C After All?

Linus Pauling Institute . Micronutrient Information Center. Moreover, several dioxygenases involved in the regulation of gene expression and the maintenance of genome integrity require vitamin C as a cofactor

Linus Pauling Institute . Moreover, several dioxygenases involved in the regulation of gene expression and the maintenance of genome integrity require vitamin C as a cofactor.

Comments

Clever Clever
Excellent information. This is an older book, but still valuable. I follow Pauling's protocol, and it takes very little effort. I remember when his first book on the common cold was published. I wish I had read it then, and followed his guidelines. I suspect I could have spared myself many visits to the doctor's office and needless illness. I had read articles both in the news and in magazines that said he was wrong. I believed it. But now I realize Pauling was right. He quoted the work of other scientists that had been published in medical journals and ignored. He wanted the public to know this valuable information. So how could he be wrong? It wasn't even his work.
I want to add, that many of the commonly used antibiotics have FDA black box warnings. This is the strongest warning the FDA gives. I have to think that most people would be better of following the advice in this book and staying well. They can take vitamin C instead of antibiotics. Pauling explains how vitamin C will help your body to fight off infections.
Lilegha Lilegha
A well written book, with many peer-reviewed references in medical journals, regarding the effectiveness of vitamin C.
Kekinos Kekinos
A must have book for every nutritionist.
Brannylv Brannylv
Love it!!!!
Bloodray Bloodray
I read this year's ago and wanted to reread. I have done as Pauling recommends for many years.
Doomredeemer Doomredeemer
A must read!
Arcanefire Arcanefire
Very informative book.
Excelent book .