How to Get More Information at Little or No Cost

How to Find Info



The easiest way to find clinical nutrition articles is to search the internet. Both Google and Google Scholar do a good job, although you need to avoid the ads, or so-called "sponsored links." Research papers have been posted at many natural health-related websites. You can try emailing the website and ask for assistance. Most will be glad to point you in the right direction. On my LINKS page there are a number of web options for you to consider taking a look at.

The next-easiest way is to simply telephone your public library. Ask for assistance. Give the librarian as much information as you can: title, author, or whatever you have to work with. If you need a journal paper, you can ask them to have the paper photocopied right at any library where it is held. If you offer to pay for the copying and the postage, this usually works best, saves you a lot of effort, and is economical. Have them mail the copies directly to you. It may grease the wheels a bit if you tell the librarian that you need the paper for serious research. I have found librarians to be extremely helpful, with only the rarest of exceptions. If by chance you are connected with an unsympathetic librarian, just call a different library.

If you are looking for a book, interlibrary loan will work even easier. Expect to pay for postage if the book is coming in from outside your local library system. Libraries (as well as all bookstores) can find virtually anything in print.

To read full-text papers from the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine free of charge, Click Here


Dr. Frederick R. Klenner's Clinical Guide to the Use of Vitamin C is now posted in its entirety at


The complete text of Irwin Stone's book The Healing Factor: Vitamin C Against Disease  is now posted for free reading at



Copyright  2013, 2008 and prior years Andrew W. Saul.

Andrew Saul is the author of the books FIRE YOUR DOCTOR! How to be Independently Healthy (reader reviews at ) and DOCTOR YOURSELF: Natural Healing that Works. (reviewed at )

For ordering information, Click Here .


Andrew W. Saul


AN IMPORTANT NOTE:  This page is not in any way offered as prescription, diagnosis nor treatment for any disease, illness, infirmity or physical condition.  Any form of self-treatment or alternative health program necessarily must involve an individual's acceptance of some risk, and no one should assume otherwise.  Persons needing medical care should obtain it from a physician.  Consult your doctor before making any health decision. 

Neither the author nor the webmaster has authorized the use of their names or the use of any material contained within in connection with the sale, promotion or advertising of any product or apparatus. Single-copy reproduction for individual, non-commercial use is permitted providing no alterations of content are made, and credit is given.



| Home | Order my Books | About the Author | Contact Us | Webmaster |