An Interview with Bill Sardi – Part 1
By Richard A. Passwater, Ph.D.
November 26, 2018
Your badly mutated GULO (gulonolactone [L-] oxidase) gene has been robbing you of health all your life and limits your lifespan. It’s so badly mutated that the human variant is now called the GULOP pseudogene.
Here’s what you can do about it to improve your health and increase your lifespan.
Bill Sardi has been a guest of this column twice before, and has an overview of this subject scheduled for the October issue of the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine. Specifically, we will chat with him about the latest research confirming the practical health and substantial longevity benefits of fully compensating for this defective pseudogene. The operative word here is “fully.” How much vitamin C is required to fully compensate for not having a working GULO gene? The paltry 60 milligrams that is the RDA or the several grams that animals make when they have a fully functioning GULO gene? What does the latest study suggest that the longevity increase can be?…..Read More