Acrimonia Scrophulosa, or Vitamin C in the Prevention and Cause of Disease (pp. 353-423)
Authors: Harold E. Siess
Abstract: Evidence is given showing that humans are capable of possessing one of two different types of physiologies based on the level of ascorbic acid in the blood over extended periods of time. These two different physiologies lead to differences in (1) the incidence and/or outcome of pathological states, (2) trauma, (3) mental capabilities, (4) reproductive capabilities and desires, and (5) life expectancies. It is conjectured that these two different physiological states are due to differences in the orientation of receptor proteins within the lipid rafts on the cell membrane.