Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine 1993, 8: 134-135
Health care and medicine in the 21st century will significantly differ from the present: Nutritional medicine will be an essential part of any future health care system.
Vitamins and other essential nutrients will be accepted as effective, safe and affordable preventive and therapeutic agents. Skepticism and bias against nutritional supplements, the dominating attitudes during the second half of this century, will be replaced by realism and objectivity.
As a result of an objective scientific attitude towards essential nutrients medical research and scientific knowledge will boost in an unprecedented way.
Most importantly, many diseases, which have become hallmarks of the human race during this century, including cardiovascular diseases, will eventually be eradicated.
On the occasion of the publication of my book "Eradicating Heart Disease"