A Therapy That Rebuilds Your Defenses FAST
In ancient times, our ancestors had pure sources of the nutrients they needed to thrive. But they were limited in terms of how much they could get of any particular one.
Organ meat gives you a wealth of nutrients, including protein, CoQ10, and a host of vitamins. But you can’t get really high doses of a nutrient or vitamin through food alone.
That wasn’t a big issue for our ancestors because they had such a well-balanced environment.
But it’s a big deal for you and me.
In our toxic world, large doses of nutrients are sometimes necessary to balance or “straighten out” health concerns.
This is a category of medicine I call “Ortho.”
Ortho means, “to correct or straighten out.”
If your basic needs for survival happen on a “Primal” level, stepping up to the Ortho level means using larger doses of a nutrient to help correct for imbalances that can lead to disease.
If you have diabetes, high blood pressure, or cancer, large doses of nutrients can sometimes treat or even reverse the problem.
The fastest and most effective way of giving your body this extra help is called intravenous (IV) nutrient therapy.
I use IV therapy with many patients at my clinic. By infusing highly concentrated amounts of vitamins, minerals and amino acids directly into their bloodstream and redressing the imbalances, I flush their system with healing agents.
It’s a highly effective treatment for many deadly diseases, including cancer.
In the 1970s, Nobel Prize-winning chemist Linus Pauling showed that high-dose vitamin C given intravenously was an effective cancer treatment.
More recently, scientists at the University of Kansas also found that high-dose IV vitamin C, can kill some cancer cells without harming normal tissues.1
Another important study showed that patients with advanced cancer had unexpectedly long survival times after receiving high-dose IV vitamin C therapy.
But I’ve had success with more than vitamin C IV treatment.2
Magnesium IV therapy is effective in combating heart problems and respiratory issues. And it also stops acute asthma attacks.3 Concentrated IV doses of magnesium also improve insulin sensitivity and blood sugar in diabetics. And it’s an effective treatment for migraines.4
I also use glutathione, your body’s most powerful antioxidant, as an IV therapy to help cleanse your system of toxins. Exposure to mercury and other chemicals can deplete your body’s store of glutathione. And I’ve found many of my patients have a significant deficiency.
At my wellness clinic, I offer patients a full slate of high-dose IV treatments to quickly boost immune function, raise energy levels and treat a variety of age-related health problems.
One of my most powerful IV solutions is the Myers’ Cocktail – a mix of magnesium, calcium, vitamin C and a B-vitamin complex, specially designed to boost immunity and restore energy. It’s great for disorders like fibromyalgia, Lyme disease and chronic fatigue syndrome.
There are also a number of customized IV therapies to fight viruses and parasites, build lean muscle, revitalize your organs, increase vitality, and cleanse your body of environmental toxins.
But If IV therapy isn’t a viable option, there are other ways to get high doses of nutrients into your body. One extremely potent alternative is lypo-spheric technology. This involves capsules, powders, or gels that contain sub-microscopic bubbles – called liposomes – of concentrated nutrients.
These liposomes are highly absorbable, and allow high doses of nutrients to slip gently across the intestinal wall into the bloodstream unharmed and unchanged. And they are almost as powerful as IV therapy.
Lypo-spheric vitamin C is a good example. The vitamin is wrapped in a thin layer of fat, and allows you to take large doses with no gastric upset or loss of absorption.
Lypo-spheric nutrients can be taken at home and are available online and at most health food stores.
To your good health,
Al Sears, MD, CNS
2. Sebastian J. Padayatty, Hugh D. Riordan, Stephen M. Hewitt, Arie Katz, L. John Hoffer, Mark Levine. Intravenously administered vitamin C as cancer therapy: three cases. CMAJ March 28, 2006 vol. 174 no. 7 doi: 10.1503/cmaj.050346
3. Skobeloff EM, Spivey WH, McNamara RM, Greenspon L. Intravenous magnesium sulfate for the treatment of acute asthma in the emergency department. JAMA 1989;262:1210-1213.
4. Mauskop A, Altura BT, Cracco RQ, Altura BM. Intravenous magnesium sulphate relieves migraine attacks in patients with low serum ionized magnesium levels: a pilot study. Clin Sci 1995;89:633-636.