Post Number:#122Postby nineboy » Mon Nov 20, 2017 3:27 pm
Well I'm back and still managing quite well on my Vitamin C Intake. I still don't seem to need anymore than 6 grams during the day. My health is good and angina really seems to be controlled. I more or less take what I reported back in April this year and have now added Aqua Deep water conditioning exercises as well as my dancing etc. Taking the Vitamin C is easy and I never even think about stopping it. Sadly my wife died last month with dementia like symptoms probably brought on by Diabetes 2 or is it 3. She was never a believer in Vitamins but I did use Magnesium liquid supplements which for awhile was definitely helping. Unfortunately she had a fall and spiralled down from there until I couldn't help her anymore. So a big part of my life is gone. However I would encourage everyone to try Vitamin C and Linus Pauling's Therapy. My doctor is always pretty amazed how well I'm doing. Oh I'm still refusing to go back on Statins. Thanks as always for putting me on the right track in regards to all the information you've given me. It Works. nineboy.
Post Number:#125Postby nineboy » Thu Dec 07, 2017 2:11 pm
Yes I'm doing quiet well. Last year and this year were very hectic looking after my wife. I look in occasionally and sometimes see a bit of wrangling going on. I started with this site in 2012 and just keep plodding along taking my Vitamin C, Lysine, Proline and Arginine as well now during the day. I don't seem to need as much Vitamin C right at this moment. Also I take other supplements as well and have started Remag throughout the day as well. People ask me why I do all this. Simply back in 2012 I was a mess and I said I don't want anymore stents. My angina was bad and I could hardly move. Right now I don't feel it at all and it seems to be gone. I walk, I dance very vigorously, heart rate at times 157. Does Linus Pauling Theory work for me I would say Yes. It's fairly easy to follow along with, find a way you like to take it and as Jonwen says Don't ever Stop! Take care. nineboy.