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1.    Infection Connection Writings on Nutrition

2.    National Library of Medicine: Complementary Medicine Links

3.    Linus Pauling Institute @ Oregon State University Links

4.    Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine: Links

5.    Mary Enig’s Fats/Oils Papers: Google[enig coconut antiviral]

6.    Vitamin C Ortho-Molecular Nutrition:  By Klenner, Cathcart, Pauling, Stone

7.    John Ely, Medical Physicist: On Nutrition and Other Important Papers

8.    Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity:

9.    Foods Nutritional Analysis  Nutrient Search  Tools, Free Membership



Our Infection Connection Writings on Nutrition




National Library of Medicine Complementary Medicine


Linus Pauling Institute @ Oregon State University



Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine

“This publication began as the Journal of Schizophrenia in 1967. After 1968, the name was changed to Schizophrenia, and in 1971 the name was again changed to Orthomolecular Psychiatry to reflect the increased scope of this type of therapy to other mental illnesses. In 1986, as it became clear that nutritional therapy was widely applicable to both physical as well as mental disease, the publication underwent a final change to the more inclusive Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine and is presently published as such today.”

“Since 1970, this quarterly Journal for health professionals has published the best of nutritional research and clinical trials. New articles describing orthomolecular approaches to health management and treatment of disease are accompanied by lively editorials, book reviews, letters and reports.”

 “The Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine has led the way for a quarter century in presenting, far in advance of other medical journals, new health concerns and treatments including: Candidiasis; Mercury Amalgam Toxicity; Niacin Therapy for Schizophrenia and Coronary Disease; Chronic Fatigue Syndrome; Vitamin C and Cancer; Allergies and Behavioral Disorders; Drug and Alcohol Abuse; Tissue and Mineral Analysis; and Orthomolecular Treatment for AIDS and Cardiovascular Disease.”


Mary Enig’s Fats/Oils Papers: Google [enig coconut antiviral]

Example: “The properties that determine the anti-infective action of lipids are related to their structure, e.g., monoglycerides, free fatty acids. The monoglycerides are active; diglycerides and triglycerides are inactive. Of the saturated fatty acids, lauric acid(C-12) has greater antiviral activity than caprylic acid (C-8), capric acid (C-10) or myristic acid (C-14).  In general, it is reported that the fatty acids and monoglycerides produce their killing/inactivating effect by lysing the plasma membrane lipid bilayer. The antiviral action attributed to monolaurin is that of solubilizing the lipids and phospholipids in the envelope of the virus, causing the disintegration of the virus envelope. However, there is evidence from recent studies that one antimicrobial effect in bacteria is related to monolaurin's interference with signal transduction (Projan et al., 1994), and another antimicrobial effect in viruses is due to lauric acid's interference with virus assembly and viral maturation (Hornung et al., 1994).

Note: Another paper (2,below) concerning palmitic acid derived lung surfactant, POPG, also mentions signaling.--kfp


2.  POPG vs RSV


Coconut, fish, yams, roots. 2,100 Cals/day, Not obese, no plaques or heart disease lots of saturated fats from Lauric Acid.

Total refutation of current dogma about heart plaques.


Papers on Vitamin C used in Ortho Medical Nutrition.

-- Klenner, Cathcart, Pauling, Stone 

  1. Theodore Jorgensen Physicist Letter  November 2003  Overview
  2. Historical VitaminC Ascorbate Articles 1930s to 1990s SeaNet Archive
  3. Dr Robert Cathcart: Medical Tribune Letter: Clinical Trial of Vitamin C (1975)
  4. Dr. Robert Cathcart: Medical Tribune Letter Vitamin C Function in AIDS (1983)
  5. Dr. Robert Cathcart: Preparing Vitamin C solution for IV/Injection use
  6. Dr. Klenner: Significance of High Daily Intake of Ascorbic Acid in Preventive Medicine
  7. Dr. Klenner on AA vs Polio cases of neural recovery
  8. Dr. Klenner: Observations On the Dose and Administration of Ascorbic Acid When Employed Beyond the Range of A Vitamin in Human Pathology
  9. Dr. Klenner's Clinical Guide to the Use of Vitamin C
  10. Dr. Klenner's Protocol for MS and Myasthenia Gravis

12. Linus Pauling Institute  Vitamin C

  1. AA vs. Viral Diseases List and References Dr Saul’s Summary List
  2. Fonorow: CO-Q10, Statins, Vitamin C  2003  Includes Headlines:
  3. L. Pauling:  Lysine/Ascorbate-Related Amelioration of Angina (Arterial Sclerosis) [JOM 1991] Remarkable Case History  and Functional Medicine Analysis
  4. Linus Pauling: The [In-]Effectiveness of the National Cancer Institute   1977, After $billions, Still no AA studies. 2012 Update: the Stall goes on.
  5. Jungeblut Bio
  6. Vitamin C: The Facts, The Fiction, and The Law  Thomas Levy MD, JD. Presentation, New Zealand Law.
  7. Supplemental Ascorbate in the Supportive Treatment of Cancer  Prolongation of Survival Times in Terminal Human Cancer

20.  Irwin Stone: The Healing Factor: Vitamin C Against Disease, 1972  The entire book here

  1. Different Forms of Vitamin C, Linus Pauling Institute's Micronutrient Information Center
  2. Sweden Lund Univ: Dehydroascorbic acid clears Alzheimer plaques in mice
  3. Johns Hopkins: Vitamin C & E cut ICU deaths by 50%
  4. Reduced Risk of Alzheimer Disease in Users of Antioxidant Vitamin Supplements
  5. Aloe vera gel increases bioavailability ~3x of vitamins C & E  


John Ely, Medical Physicist, (Ref 0) On Nutrition and Other Important Papers

John T. A. Ely Research Associate Professor at University of Washington: Physics, Radiation and Medicine, Nutritional Medicine, Biochemistry, OrthoMolecular Science, Medical Historian. Renaissance Man: He is an intelligent and cogent writer on many subjects. Publishes via Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine. (JOM)
His papers archive at U of Washington just went dark. Here are links to many of them via the Wayback Machine archives. His papers hold the key to the box of tools we need to fix our (US and elsewhere) medical systems.
We need to read, heed and then proceed to implementing his dietary recommendations. He proposes important widespread uses of orthomolecular nutrition with sometimes overlooked essential foods.  Stop false promotions of foods, drugs and symptomatic treatments that create pathologies and fail to cure the patients. Instead, control the hyperglycemic epidemic, eliminate mercury fillings, and by improving nutrition eliminate the diet-caused pathologies. His paper on life extension is an interesting summary. (Ref 7)

Ely’s main important themes are:

The nutritional improvements he explains are derived from the certain biochemistry knowledge of the last 75 years that has not made it into medical practice because under the current system of drug approvals they are unprofitable. 


Ely notes: Essential nutrition that is missing in modern diets: 


Ely References:

  1. On Problems and Fixing U.S. Medical Systems Appeal to American scientists to fix medical non-science that is the cause of our mortality and morbidity epidemic.
  2. On the Science of Essential Nutrients 2002  “Unprofitable Modalities”
  3. Ascorbic Acid and Some Other Modern Analogs of the Germ Theory, 1999
  4. Introduction to Coenzyme Q10 By Peter Langsjoen, MD Overview of the science
  5. On the Reversal and Prevention of Heart Disease 
  6. Lysine/Ascorbate-Related Amelioration of Angina (Arterial Sclerosis) By L. Pauling:  [JOM 1991] Remarkable Heart Disease Case History with Outstanding Functional Analysis
  7. On Population Kinetics of an Aging Society  Life extension, Aging and Scurvy
  8. Unrecognized Pandemic "Subclinical" Diabetes of the Affluent Nations: Causes, Cost and Prevention   B6 and Nutrition
  9. Glycemic Modulation of Tumor Tolerance Sugars feed Cancer
  10. Protein Glycation: Ascorbate Antagonism Relevance to aging , birth defects, cancer, cataracts and lesions
  11. CoQ10 Summary of Ref Abstracts Physicians Update on CoQ10
  12. Brief Update Ubiquinone = CoQ10 -- Ely & Krone: Heart Disease and Stroke Nutrition
  13. Urgent Update Ubiquinone = CoQ10 By Ely & Krone: Turnover and daily consumption
  14. Hemorrhagic Stroke in Human Pretreated with Coenzyme Q10: Exceptional recovery as in animal models


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