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Stephen Levine, PhD, on How Vitamin C, Buffered with Magnesium and Calcium, Can Resolve Allergy, Cravings, and Addiction

As early as the 1980s, Allergy Research Group was looking at how the combination of antioxidant therapies and alkalis2014nov_logoation support healing from a variety of conditions including allergies, addiction, and food cravings. This piece includes some of the original writing by Dr. Levine about his work with a buffered form of vitamin C, with excerpts taken from “Food Addiction, Food Allergy and Overweight,” originally published in Let’s Live magazine; “The Origins & Benefits of Buffered Vitamin C Powder,” found in the December 2001 issue of FOCUS; “Buffered Vitamin C to the Rescue,” found in the Fall 2000 issue of FOCUS; and “Efficacy of Buffered Ascorbate Compound (BAC) in the Detoxification and Aftercare of Clients Involved in Opiate and Stimulant Abuse,” published in 1983 by the Haight-Ashbury Free Medical Clinic.

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How Oxidative Stress and the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis May Play a Role by Dr Carrie Decker ND Addiction: A Stressed, Nutritionally Depleted System It likely is not a stretch to envision the stressors that the entire human body and mind must endure during battles with addictive substances and/or behaviours. Be it a drug like heroin or

So the pursuit of sex drugs and rock and roll may have a neurological connectivity that sees the release of our mood enhancing neurotransmitter – Dopamine as the chemical of every young man’s fantasy – or at least contemporary culture would have us believe this.

As you might imagine the role of music in societies around the world has evolved on more than Simon Cowell’s influence and reflects a communal experience that scientists now feel they can at least in part explain the reasons why – albeit that there are many forms of music that I find personally incapable of inducing any sense of anticipation that does not include images of the performer bound and gagged!

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