What is the name of the elderly gentleman giving the lecture on vit C ?

It's on your YouTube channel.

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Dr. Linus Pauling invented the simple, relatively inexpensive orthomolecular cure for occlusive cardiovascular disease. As the world's only two-time unshared Nobel prize-winning scientist and chemist, Linus Pauling explained in his paper, Unified Theory of Cardiovascular Disease, if you're not supplementing with high doses of ascorbic acid which are necessary for collagen synthesis, you are subject to develop cardiovascular disease, which affects first the arteries closest to the heart because of the mechanical stress from the force of the blood being pumped from the heart. Pauling recommended a minimum of 3,000 mg per day in order to support adequate collagen production.

Without collagen, the arterial wall begins to weaken and develop weak spots or "lesions" that expose strands of lysine. Lp(a) cholesterol is attracted to lysine and thus the process of plaque deposition begins. Years of ongoing vitamin C deficiency (and hence collagen deficiency) cause the process to continue and ultimately a blockage can become severe enough to cause a heart attack. While vitamin C will work to restore arterial health, it is also a natural "statin" that will effectively lower cholesterol levels.

Cholesterol is a "symptom" of heart disease, not the cause. Elevated cholesterol indicates that your body is attempting to deal with heart disease. There is absolutely no proof that by artificially lowering this symptom (via statin drugs) you treat the root cause, any more than reducing sinus mucous during a cold eliminates the cold. In fact, the reverse is true. When blood levels of vitamin C are optimal, total cholesterol will normalize to 180 mg/dl. However, in the absence of vitamin C, cholesterol is your friend helping your body deal with the crisis and providing a reinforcement for weak arteries.

Pauling also recommended equally high doses of the amino acid L-lysine with the vitamin C supplementation for stopping the progression of plaque deposits and attracting Lp(a) cholesterol back out of the artery. Statin drugs such as Lipitor, etc. are proven to in fact increase Lp(a) cholesterol, and statin drug labels in Canada are required to include this information (the U.S. has no such requirement).

Anyone wishing to avoid heart disease should never be without a minimum of 3,000 mg of vitamin C in his supplement regimen for adequate collagen synthesis and optimal cardiovascular health. Additional information and high-dose vitamin C, lysine and proline powdered drink mixes based on Pauling's recommendations for preventing and reversing heart disease are available from the following Web site: www.HeartTech.com


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Hi. That is probably Linus Pauling the one you are talking about


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