Dr Saul Ph.D. quotes
Dr Saul

"VITAMIN C in sufficient quantity can substitute for antibiotics, antivirals, antitoxics, antipyretics (fever-reducers) antihistamines, and corticosteroids such as Prednisone."--Dr Saul

"NIACIN substitutes for various tranquilizers, sleeping pills, antidepressants and antipsychotic medications."--Dr Saul

"The team of Vitamin E, coenzyme Q10, stress reduction, vegetarian diet and minerals such as magnesium beat any cardiovascular drug on the market."--Dr Saul

"Probably the most reliable and most powerful help for the sugar junkie is indeed to diligently follow Dr. Roger J. William's nutritional program for alcoholism. Large quantities of the B-complex vitamins are a cornerstone of the treatment.  The cheap and easy key is to take the entire B-complex at least six times daily. Chromium, vitamin C, lecithin, the amino acid L-glutamine, and a vegetable-rich, high-fiber, complex carbohydrate diet are also very important."--Dr Saul

"She tells me that the NY Health Department Office of Professional Medical Conduct has suspended her medical license because she got a patient better with diet and exercise and they apparently disapprove.  No patient harm was involved."--Dr Saul

"In 1935 Claus Washington Jungeblut, MD, professor of bacteriology at Columbia University, first publishes on vitamin C as prevention and treatment for polio; in the same year, Jungeblut also shows that vitamin C inactivates diphtheria toxin (and in) 1937 demonstrates that ascorbate (Vit C) inactivated tetanus toxin.  In 1948 Frederick R. Klenner, MD, a board-certified specialist in diseases of the chest, publishes cures of 41 cases of viral pneumonia using very high doses of vitamin C.'' ~  Andrew W. Saul

Jungeblut Klenner [2014 Feb] A Timeline of Vitamin Medicine by Andrew W. Saul, Editor Orthomolecular Medicine News Service