Orthomolecular Medicine For Everyone: Megavitamin Therapeutics for Families and Physicians by Abram Hoffer and Andrew W. Saul
Orthomolecular medicine is a branch of naturopathic medicine (although Dr. Abram Hoffer was a medical doctor and psychiatrist).
Readers might find this book useful. In my opinion, it appears to contain some very important information on the use of megavitamin therapy (for example, vitamin C and niacin, and others) in the context of major diseases (e.g., cancer, schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s and arthritis). So basically it’s discussing the idea that nutritional deficiencies are one of the causes of disease and also whether or not large doses of particular vitamins are an effective treatment.
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