Dr. Sydney Bush; why not the Nobel Prize?
Red Deer Express
What a sad day for me! I should also add, for the world.
I have just learned that Dr.
Ten years ago I learned that Dr.
So I travelled to
Bush, an optometrist, knew that some of his patients, when fitted with contact lenses, developed eye infections, and on rare occasions, an eye was lost when antibiotics failed. He was also aware of Dr.
So, Bush prescribed for patients who were being fitted with contact lenses 6,000 milligrams (mgs) of Vitamin C, and 5,000 mgs of lysine, an amino acid, daily.
Bush then took pictures of the retina, the back part of the eye, the only area of the body where doctors can see arteries. A year later he took a follow-up photo.
Bush discovered that in those patients who had atherosclerosis, the hardening of arteries, the defect was fading away. This proved that Vitamin C and lysine could prevent and even reverse the aging of arteries. It was a monumental finding. It should have made headlines around the world.
Why? Because it's impossible that Vitamin C and lysine would travel only to the eyes! Rather, it would keep all arteries open, supplying oxygenated blood to all organs. This decreases the risk of coronary attack. ( I suffered a heart attack at age 74, and I believe the combination has kept me alive to 94!)
Vitamin C and lysine also prevent kidney disease, blindness and leg amputations all due to clogged arteries, caused by aging and diabetes.
This combination also produces collagen, which strengthens gums and keeps teeth from falling out, fights arthritis, increases immunity to colds, herpes and other infections. And even decreases the onset of wrinkles.
For 10 years I've written that
It was apparent when you heard him talk about his research that he did not suffer fools easily.
He had a habit of telling them, and medical societies, they were wrong about the cause of coronary attack. I mentioned jokingly to him that he should have read the book How to
His was the old story of the establishment refusing to accept new ideas. In fact, more to the point, it didn't even want to listen, particularly about certain medical specialties.
For instance, if you were a cardiologist, would you want to be told that Vitamin C and lysine, natural remedies, are more effective, less expensive, and one hundred percent safer than cholesterol-lowering drugs?
Or, if you were a cardiac surgeon, to be told that the taking of Vitamin C and lysine could reduce the number of coronary bypass operations?
I spent hours with Bush looking at before-and-after photos of the eye following the use of Vitamin C and lysine. I found him to be a kindly gentleman, totally dedicated to his research. One day, knowing that I had not seen the English Moors, he and I spent the day together exploring this region.
Apart from my surgical training, Dr.
I have lost a faithful and frustrated friend who should have been listened to by more doctors.
I'm reminded of the frustration of
My dear friend, "Rest in peace. History will eventually prove you right."
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