Sunday, February 3, 2013

    "The War In Medicine"


I quote from an internet site:

    "With vitamin C consumption already on the rise, after
Nobelist Linus Pauling's book on Vitamin C was published in
1970, the Linus Pauling Institute reports (and
confirms), that average vitamin C consumption in the US
increased 300%! (According to a biography (Pauling in His
Own Words) Pauling wrote his 1970 lay book because of the false
information about vitamin C, and other vitamins, being
disseminated by so-called Medical "authorities" through the
Media at that time.) As the above chart and data indicate,
total CVD mortality peaked between 1950 and 1970, with
coronary disease peaking close to 1970. However, during the
decade of the 1970s, deaths from Coronary Heart Disease began
a steep decline. We attribute this staggering 30%-40% decline
to Pauling's book. The United States was the only developed
country to experience such a decline. This is not a statistical
fluke. We believe these facts are connected and not merely
coincidental. The decline in heart disease, matched with
the increase awareness and intake of Vitamin C, strongly
supports the Pauling/Rath Unified Theory."

Because of the book on the common cold, Vitamin C consumption
increased 300%. Was it a coincidence that heart disease
decreased dramatically after the book came out? As the above
author argues, it was not a coincidence.


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