Dr. Thomas Levy – Vitamin C: The Primal Panacea

by on January 3, 2012      

in Health & Wellness

Board-certified cardiologist and vitamin C expert Dr. Thomas Levy‘s research on nutrition and the role of toxic dental materials in long-term immune challenges have contributed to a new frame of reference for epidemic disease in the present day. He is the author of Curing the Incurable, Stop America’s #1 Killer!, Uninformed Consent (with Dr. Hal Huggins), The Roots of Disease, and Optimal Nutrition for Optimal Health. In this segment, Dr. Thomas Levy shares the startling health information laid out in his newest book, Primal Panacea. We explore cutting-edge research pointing to a genetic error that increases our susceptibility to debilitating diseases like cancer, osteoporosis, dementia, and diabetes. Join us as Dr. Thomas Levy makes a compelling case for the powerful cure-all substance inherent to primal man, a shield against disease lost to antiquity – and offers his invaluable insight into finding it once again.

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1 Bill Ruble March 20, 2013 at 1:21 pm

My brother has hepatituse C. He was put on experimantal drugs (a whole bunch of them) and they seemed to help but now he is back to square one again. Very depressed and I was wondering if the vitamen C might help him? I have not read anything about it helping with hepatituse so wondered.

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2 David November 8, 2012 at 9:49 pm

How much lecithin to use? Am 79 yrs, fair health.

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3 max October 5, 2012 at 11:40 pm

How are poor people suppose to live healthy?

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4 A.M.E October 25, 2012 at 11:17 am

Good question.

I have always been interested in natural healing and I have been educating myself about conventional treatments since I was a kid.

I really dislike conventional medicine but alternative treatment is actually much more expensive and is inaccessible to most people. So it isn’t really an alternative. The alternative medicine movement seems to be very elitist. The experts will cite studies in which, for example, a vitamin or other nutrient was successfully used to treat illness. But then he or she will go on to claim that only a specially manufactured version of said nutrient should be used. Well, did the original researchers use the specially manufactured nutrient? No! If ordinary ascorbic acid, for example, has been successfully used by researchers to treat disease, then what is the justification for using an expensive, chemically altered form of vitamin C?

I know someone who underwent treatment for an autoimmune disease with an alternative physician. She spent THOUSANDS of dollars on his supplements, detoxification therapies, and diagnostic tests over the course of several months and her health deteriorated; the physician fired her as a patient when she was no longer able to buy HIS supplements (for example, a 30-day supply of b-vitamins for $80 when an exact formulation can be purchased in a health food store for $15). When she started treating herself and using regular supplements purchased from the health food store and online, her disease went into remission. The monthly cost of ALL of her supplements were less than the price of his 30-day supply of b-vitamins.

These experts have a lot of useful information, but don’t believe them when they tell you that you cannot use ordinary, reasonably priced supplements to restore or maintain your health. I myself have successfully self-treated with regular supplements that did not cost me a fortune.

The biggest problem with allopathic medicine in the US is that it is too expensive. If alternative treatment remains as expensive as conventional treatment, then it will never become mainstream. I don’t want to go from paying hundreds of dollars per month for prescription drugs to paying hundreds of dollars per month for supplements.

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5 max October 25, 2012 at 4:37 pm

Good Point! Poor people can’t afford alternative medicine.

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6 seethepositive July 13, 2012 at 5:45 pm

also in houston is the brezinski clinic.

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7 sethepositive July 13, 2012 at 5:42 pm

mrs quidley and others , if lecithin is helpful to getting vit c, and nongenetically modified soy is a source…try RELIV representative(i am one) for the classic dry shake. cost about $48 for one month and may be mixed with water or juice or milk.

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8 Gene Quidley June 6, 2012 at 4:12 pm

My wife was diagnosed with breast cancer some 20 years ago and went throught radical mastectomy.(She did not have to have chemo or radiaton, but was placed on Tamoxafin, which had side effects). A month ago, she was diagnosed with renal cell carcinoma off the right kidney and had a modified nephrectomy where the entire kidney was removed. Prior to this she was and still is having severe swelling in her legs, ankles, feet and some in her fingers. Also her legs have turned blotchy.. The doctors have runned test upon test but seem to be at wits end as what to do. She cannot wear any shoes except “flip flops” and cannot wear her wedding rings. Her and my concer is what is causing the swelling and the blotchiness (purple color) in her legs and throughtout parts of her body. Does anyone have any clues, suggestions or advice as we would definitely be most grateful.

Regards,
Gene Quidley
Charlotte, NC
704.535.8131

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9 blanca July 27, 2012 at 12:47 am

look for tony pantalleresco on youtube. he is an herbalist that may be able to advise you on natural remedies to help your wife. good luck!

my opinion, the drug that she was placed on, plus who knows what type of diet she had are most likely the cause of the cancers. plus, does she get flu shots?

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10 Stan Johnson April 13, 2012 at 8:43 am

Hello Kim,
Got my Liposome vit C today. Wanted to give it to my wife who has PBC but the hospital advised against it wondering if they are wrong, because they say it will take iron out of the body.Even though i think they have probably never heard of liposome vit C orunderstand even though I explained it to them

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11 Mike D May 5, 2012 at 7:32 am

I began having heart palpitations to the point my doctor placed me in the hospital for observation. I had no cardiac history the only thing that had changed was I found out that I was a diabetic and had to take pills 2x a day. I also took my BP medications that I had been on for 5 years with no medical issues. The on call doctor that saw me in the hospital was not my regular doc. I had asked the nurse for some information on the medications that I was on she complied and in a few hours handed me a stack of papers that had been printed off the internet. I began reading the information and inadvertently came across some info that indicated there was a possibility of a drug interaction between my BP meds and the diabetic medication. I was kind of excited and waited for the doctor to arrive when he came in I explained to him what I had found and showed him the information, to my horror he dismissed it like I was a child. He told me that all medications had side effects and I should keep taking as prescribed, I explained to him that this was my body and I would no longer take the BP med that might be giving me the issue. He then responded that I was quite argumentative and which kind of angered me and I explained to him that he was very arrogant. End of the encounter with the doctor with the God like complex. My point is if the worst thing that would occur is the possible lowering of iron which they could test just do it if your wife will comply.

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12 edward shaw March 17, 2012 at 12:17 pm

What is the source for vitamin C

Thanks

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13 Doro March 16, 2012 at 8:01 pm

Dr. Levy says lipospheric Vitamin C is done with lecithin. Is this made from soy and is the soy GMO or non;GMO(genetically modified organism)?

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14 Stan Johnson April 19, 2012 at 5:12 am

yes its from soy

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15 carrie June 5, 2013 at 2:30 pm

I have a source which uses non gmo sunflower.
You can reach me at savingsmaven.xp3@gmail.com

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16 Carol March 13, 2012 at 1:42 pm

Is there any way to get a comparable amount of vit c without the ”drip”? I am a veteran and the VA hospitals will not even consider such a treatment. I have a lot of secondary problems caused by a 70mph head-on hit by a drunk driver almost 10 years ago and Stage 3 breast cancer 14 years ago. I really feel, after listening to this and examining other evidence of high dose vit c, that a lot of my ills could be cured, I would appreciate any help you can give me. Thank you.

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17 Kim Greenhouse March 15, 2012 at 6:04 pm

They now have made a breakthrough with how vitamin c is delivered. It’s called Lipospheric Vitamin C.
Livonlabs has it. It is pretty powerful stuff and the science explains it all on their site.
You can make yourself well again. Keep on keepin on. Thank you for listening.

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18 Ron March 9, 2012 at 10:44 am

Please explain how or where the Primary Pancea substance discussed by Dr. Levy can be obtained. There are numerous advertisements regarding health products that present a great deal of “hype” only to discover at the close of the presentation there is a book or subscription that must be paid for in order to find out how to get the product. Many times, even after buying what their selling, you still are left with nothing!

Is there such a substance and can it be purchased or manufactured by the consumer? Thank you.

Ron

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19 Site Admin March 9, 2012 at 11:31 am

Hi Ron,

Have you had a chance to listen to the interview on this page? If not, please do – it’ll shed a lot of light on the subject. Thanks for commenting!

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20 Jodi B February 21, 2012 at 5:04 am

PLEASE can you put up a copy of this audio file that isn’t so enormously large that I cannot either download it or even listen to it on my quite good non-dial up connection. I’d be so grateful. Why such a huge file size?

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21 Site Admin February 21, 2012 at 8:07 am

Hi Jodi,

The file is actually pretty small – 34.5MB total (64kbps MP3). Can you explain what’s happening when you try to download? Do you have the same trouble downloading it from the iTunes store?

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