Energy production is also a basic function of the human body. Having enough energy is a common denominator of health and joy in life. This is a basic principle of nutritional balancing science. Fatigue is one of the most common complaints in doctor’s offices, and is a precursor for most diseases. One of my mentors, Dr. Bernard Jensen, once said “fatigue is the basic disease”. This discussion addresses how energy is produced in the body, the two branches of the energy system – the energy pathway and the “tune” of the system, the oxidation rate. The program also discusses how to restore a naturally high energy level without using stimulants, hormones, drugs, or vigorous exercise.
Nutritional science forms the most valuable part of the future of true medicine. Healthy life style and healthy nutition is what is the required to live healthy. Nutient defitiency or imbalanced diet is all that triggers the chemicalim imbalance in our body.
Global nutritional disorders like diabeties and obesity has the roots to the chemical stress that is due to the lack of essential nutrients in our food or food sources.
Reversal of the chemical stress due to deficiency, or excess of toxins can only happen when we supply proper balanced nutrition.
Proper consultation and assesment process is needed and to assess the deeper tissue level chemical [...]
When you stop and think, it is pretty clear that to be diagnosed with a disease involves a change in your cells and tissues from normal to abnormal.
But did you know that this structural change to your cells and tissues had to involve a change in your biochemistry? Probably not. It turns out that all loss of health and all disease involves a change in your biochemistry from normal to abnormal and you don’t often feel this happening until it is almost too late!
We help you identify and correct the specific physical, chemical and emotional stresses that are causing this change [...]
New Study Linking Adipokines With Osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is a condition affecting millions of adults. The break-down of cartilage in the joints can be painful and debilitating. It is widely accepted that overweight individuals are at higher risk for developing osteoarthritis. The assumption has been that this was due to the higher amount of force placed on the joints which then contributed to the breakdown of tissue.read more