(NaturalNews) For over 60 years, the conventional psychiatric industry has systematically ignored the mental health benefits of niacin (vitamin B3) – as a natural way – to treat depression plus many other psychiatric disorders. This ‘mega-vitamin therapy’ eliminates the need for toxic anti-anxiety medications. In fact, along with antioxidants like, vitamin C, E beta-carotene and selenium, niacin provides the ultimate protection against disease-causing free radicals.
Depression is not caused by a pharmaceutical drug deficiency.
In truth, we already know that vitamin B3 therapy is a simple, safe, and highly-effective way of improving your mental (and physical) health without the need for toxic chemicals. Learn more about this amazing therapy on the next NaturalNews Talk Hour.
Vitamin B3 therapy cures alcoholism, anxiety, tension and, even, schizophrenia
Back in 1960, ‘Bill W.’, co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, (Bill Wilson) met Abram Hofer, M.D., Ph.D. – who introduced Bill to the amazing healing potential of mega vitamin therapy. Dr. Hofer had lots of success treating schizophrenic patients – who also suffered from alcohol addiction and depression. Naturally, Bill W. was very curious – to say the least – and started to take 3,000 mg. of vitamin B3 per day.
After a few weeks, the fatigue and depression that plagued Bill W., for years, was gone. To make a long story short, Bill W. gave 30 of his close friends in Alcoholics Anonymous the same therapy and, within 6 months, he was convinced vitamin B3 would be very helpful for alcoholics. Unfortunately, as I’m sure you could guess by now, many of his appointed ‘medical experts’ did not like his excitement over a vitamin therapy to treat health problems and, to this date, vitamin B3 therapy remains a ‘secret’ to millions of needy individuals.
If you or someone you know is suffering from anxiety, depression or any other chronic stress-related health issue – don’t miss the next NaturalNews Talk Hour with Jonathan Landsman and Andrew Saul, Ph.D. – an expert in vitamin B3 therapy and natural healthcare pioneer.
3 warning signs of a vitamin B3 deficiency
If you suffer from high cholesterol – you probably have a vitamin B3 deficiency. After all, vitamin B3 is responsible for maintaining a healthy level of cholesterol in the body. And, remember, if your cholesterol gets too high and your blood gets ‘sticky’ – lots of health problems are created like, fatigue, depression, clogged arteries, heart attacks and death.
Skin lesions, throughout the body, are a clear indication of a vitamin B3 deficiency. Obviously, along with an improved diet of fresh, unprocessed foods loaded with organic fruits and vegetables – vitamin B3 supplementation will dramatically improve the health of your skin.
Diarrhea, mental confusion and insomnia are virtually eliminated by consuming sufficient amounts of vitamin B3 – along with many other antioxidant-rich foods and a reduction in stressful living habits.
Andrew Saul, Ph.D., natural healthcare pioneer and nutritional therapy expert
Andrew W. Saul, Ph.D. taught nutrition, addiction recovery, health science, and cell biology for a total of nine years for the State University of New York, and clinical nutrition for New York Chiropractic College. Since 2005, Dr. Saul has served as Editor-In-Chief of the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service for over 140 issues.
In 2006, Psychology Today named Dr. Saul as one of seven natural health pioneers. He has won the Citizens for Health Outstanding Health Freedom Activist Award, is an Honorary Director of the Gerson Institute, and is featured in the documentary Dying to Have Known: The Evidence Behind Natural Healing and the very popular FoodMatters movie. The author or co-author of many books – his expertise on the topic of nutritional therapies for disease are second to none.
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