Bobber wrote:I thought everyone would be interested in seeing how these students present Linus Pauling and the issue of vitamin C and the common cold.
Bobber wrote:Dr. Zucic,
So, even though we have more information on how ascorbate works than Pauling did, they still did not even try to duplicate Pauling suggestions from the time!
zucic wrote:I was never in USA, but whenever someone returns from this side of the ocean, I ask him/her about food. The answers range from "bad" to "disguisting". When I ask for more details, a typical comments are "too sweet", "cakes contain more sugar than flour" etc.
Linus Pauling said also that sugar intake should be reduced.
ascorbicjoe wrote:Even organic packaged foods tend to follow the current sugar trends of America.
It’s a resurgence that would cause Dr. Linus Pauling to be elated, having started one of these revivals in 1970 with the publication of his book, Vitamin C and the Common Cold. The consumption of vitamin C is reported to have jumped then by 300% and a dramatic drop in the mortality rate from coronary heart disease followed (public health authorities failed to report this). Dr. Pauling went on to write other books on vitamin C in 1986 and 1993 regarding cancer and longevity. During that era, before angioplasty, statin drugs or aspirin therapy were being touted, the number of annual deaths per 100,000 Americans due to coronary heart disease dropped from nearly 500 to about 250. [NIH Data]
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