By Matthias Rath
This e-book covers Dr. Rath's step forward learn into nutrients and mobile wellbeing and fitness. historic info, in addition to roadblocks encountered are lined during this textual content.
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I drew figures, about how the combination of lysine with vitamin C could modify these lysine molecules to hydroxy-lysine possibly preventing blood vessel deposits, heart attacks and strokes. For California the next morning was the beginning of another beautiful late autumn day. For mankind it was a historic day - the beginning of the end of the cardiovascular epidemic. When I reached Linus’ ranch at nine o'clock he was already waiting for me. He jumped up from his chair and welcomed me with excitement.
As an expression of the erratic behavior of the leading scientists and pharmaceutical companies, I would like to share some of the moments during that year that tell more than any historic analysis the revolution that was going through medicine. 73 10 Years That Changed Medicine Forever "Cholesterol-popes" and shattered dogma In 1985 Goldstein and Brown, two researchers from the University of Texas, received the Nobel Prize for discovering a pathway by which cholesterol enters the cells. While this discovery was significant, the Nobel Prize for these two gentlemen was sold by the pharmaceutical companies that manufactured cholesterol-lowering drugs as the final proof for their questionable theory that cholesterol would cause heart disease.
Linus agreed but he seemed to be more fascinated with the evolutionary connection, the loss of vitamin C production in the ancestor of man and the sudden appearance of lipopro- The Linus Pauling Institute on 440 Page Mill Road in Palo Alto in 1990. The building was torn down in 1998. tein(a) a few hundred thousand generations ago. "Isn't it amazing that this particle popped up in such a short time during evolution" he asked. I realized that Linus looked at scientific problems in a fundamentally different way than all the other scientists I had met.
10 years that changed medicine forever (Cellular health series) by Matthias Rath