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These articles include other areas such as diabetes, erectile dysfunction, orthomolecular medicine, thyroid disease, cancer, and more.
With his great friend double Nobel Laureate Linus Pauling, PhD, he founded the International Society for Orthomolecular Medicine.
Alternative medicine was defined as naturopathy, homoeopathy, herbalism, iridology and orthomolecular medicine and related practices.
1) The Orthomolecular Medicine News Service estimates that Americans consume more than 53 billion doses of supplemental vitamins annually, making the safety of vitamins "all the more remarkable.
A Report on the Second World Congress on Vitamin C Published by the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine, 3rd and 4th Quarter, 1991, 16 Florence Avenue, North York, Ontario, Canada M2N 1E9.
As stated in the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine 1992; 7(1): 5-12 that using a specific nutrient program that attended to improving vascular health at a cellular level actually eradicated the cholesterol deposits within the vascular wall and reversed the growth of these deposits.
He was a charismatic speaker who spoke on health and nutrition worldwide and Last year he was awarded the world leadership award in Orthomolecular Medicine.
writes in Orthomolecular Medicine for Physicians (Keats Publishing) that protein imbalances can be responsible for gastric disease:
Select a condition or disease (asthma or common cold, for example) and receive information about aromatherapy; ayurvedic (an Indian herbo-mineral system); herbology; homeopathic; nutritional; traditional Western; Chinese medicine or orthomolecular medicine (disease and injury prevention through biochemistry).
In 1975, Paul Jaconello moved to Toronto and started a general family practice in which he began to study and apply nutritional and orthomolecular medicine.
No wonder, says the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service of Aug.