A New York Times Best Seller by Linus Pauling, Ph.D.
Linus Pauling was a visionary. The only person to win two, unshared Nobel Prizes, he explains how biochemical individuality changes our unique nutritional requirements for optimal health. He coined the term "Orthomolecular Medicine" to explain how the use of nutrients and other substances natural to the body should be the basis for preventing disease.
While some of Pauling"s findings have been challenged, but the essential tenets of his thesis on optimum nutrition remain undisputed.