Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Why Animals Don’t Get Heart Attacks—But People Do

Mathias Rath, M.D. has written a thought-provoking book by this title. He uses comprehensive nutrition based on the work of Linus Pauling to suggest treatment and prevention of heart disease. According to the World Health Association, 12 million people die of heart disease and strokes each year. Animals almost never die of heart attacks. What is the major difference between the biochemistry of animals and humans? Animals manufacture the equivalent of 1000 to 20,000 mg a day of vitamin C. Humans do not produce it at all. Think about this while you take your daily dose of vitamin C.

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