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research Dr. William Stehbens, professor of pathology at Auckland University in New Zealand, and British optometrist Dr. Sydney Bush.
far, so good. at Algoma's Water Tower Inn.
Gifford Jones fared well after his health scare. There was no significant damage to his heart.
The veteran medical journalist has proved them wrong for 15 years.
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Gifford Jones is making appearances in more than a dozen Canadian communities to promote Vitamin C as a cholesterol fighter. Admission is free.
will be a real uphill battle, he said.
But the Harvard Medical School graduate refused to take cholesterol lowering drugs. Instead, he remembered interviewing two time Nobel Prize recipient American chemist Linus Pauling and decided to follow his advice instead.
Instead, he suggests taking Vitamin C and lysine along with their prescriptions.
all natural remedies are the be all and end all, but certainly in my practice I've found several of them were and I started to incorporate them in my general thinking. I'm glad I did, he said.
was a huge battle won and a war lost. acknowledges pharmaceutical companies have deeper pockets for marketing compared to Preferred Nutrition, the company that's producing Medi C New Balance 420 White Womens
Gifford Jones would take large amounts of Vitamin C and the amino New Balance 373 Dark Grey acid lysine to lower his blood cholesterol.
psychologically they feel better about continuing their medication, they should always follow their doctor's advice. Not me, said Gifford Jones.
had a good run, said the 89 year old physician in a telephone interview on Friday.
Cardiologists gave Dr. W. Gifford Jones little chance of survival when he said no to cholesterol lowering drugs after a heart attack.
Sales of Preferred Nutrition's Medi C Plus will help support his professorship in pain control and palliative care at University of Toronto.
He was heartened to find support for Pauling's view from two other medical sources who read extensively about his New Balance 574 Orange And Blue
He's hesitant to call his current travels a crusade to draw more attention to Vitamin C and lysine as an alternative to prescribed medication.
Vitamin C produces collagen, glue that holds coronary cells together, said Gifford Jones. Strong cells reduce the chance of blood clots or strokes.
think the science for the use of Vitamin C and lysine is far greater than the science for using cholesterol lowering drugs, said Gifford Jones.
had enough crusades, he said, referring to his efforts to legalize heroin for patients with terminal cancer in the early 1980s.
would hope that other doctors would start thinking that way too, but I think it's like crying in the wilderness. There's just too many bucks thrown at them to think otherwise. plans to keep writing his weekly column until he is physically or mentally unable to until I'm fired. get such good letters from readers saying how columns have helped them, he said.
Gifford Jones was writing a column at his Toronto home in 1998 when he knew he was in trouble. He called his son and asked to be brought to Toronto General Hospital.
Gifford Jones suggests 4,000 milligrams of Vitamin C and 3,900 milligrams of lysine daily for a person who has no family history, or personal experience of, a coronary attack. If a coronary attack has happened, the dosages should be upped to 6,000 milligrams of Vitamin C and 5,000 milligrams of lysine.
Gifford Jones retired from practising medicine in 2012, about a decade after he convinced too many people were dying due to prescription drugs.
There's side effects of the prescriptions, including impacts on the kidney and liver, that should be considered too, he adds.
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