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therapy based on a theory that taking very large doses of vitamins will prevent or cure physical or psychological disorders

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The idea proposed by orthomolecular medicine was that the provision of the proper molecule could correct a metabolic imbalance and restore the biochemical control system.
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Their work led to the modern development of orthomolecular medicine. Hoffer has been in private practice since 1967, first in Saskatoon, SK, and since 1976 in Victoria, BC.
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Belief in the effectiveness of vitamin therapy finds its theoretical rationale in "orthomolecular medicine," which is based on the idea that augmented concentrations of nutrients normally present in the human body are important for the treatment of "mental disorders" Pauling, 1968).
Abram Hoffer and the field of orthomolecular medicine, which is the practice of using optimal doses of natural nutrients and vitamins for health.
Clinicians working in orthomolecular medicine will not be surprised by the outcome of this simple approach that would not have been applied had the mother not been insistent.
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He was one of the giants in orthomolecular medicine with boundless enthusiasm and a prolific gift of writing.
Orthomolecular medicine: the therapeutic use of dietary supplements for anti-aging.
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