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  • Bibliography: Abram Hoffer, M.D.
    “This bibliography is, as hard as it may be to believe, actually a shortened version of Dr. Hoffer’s 600-plus scientific publications. This is a listing of his English language, nutrition-related books and articles only. Listings are oldest first. Entries in boldface type are specifically recommended by Dr. Hoffer for those new to the field, and his comments are also in boldface type.)”

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  • Thank you Sara Yelich-Koth, it was great to read your story, and I love your performance art, very informative, and it gives hope to others who struggle.

    Unfortunately, orthomolecular medicine is considered controversial in conventional psychiatry, yet in 2017.

    Dr. Abram Hoffer cured over 5000 schizophrenic patients with orthomolecular medicine.

    “Mental Health Treatment That Works

    (OMNS) Doctors report that mental health problems including depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, ADHD, anti-social and learning disorders, and obsessive-compulsive disorders often have a common cause: insufficient nutrients in the brain. Nutritionally-oriented physicians assert that the cure for these problems is to give the body the extra nutrients it needs, especially when under abnormal stress.

    Orthomolecular medical researchers say the future of psychiatry is in nutrition because nutrition has such a long, safe and effective history of correcting many mental problems. Nutrients such as the B-vitamins are most successful when taken regularly, taken in relatively high doses, and taken in conjunction with vitamin C, the essential fatty acids (EFA’s), and the minerals magnesium and selenium.

    A summary of what has worked for many people follows below. The safety of vitamins and minerals is extraordinary, and the expense of trying them is much less than the cost of hazardous pharmaceutical drugs. These nutrients can be purchased in a discount or heath store.”

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