orthomolecular medicine


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orthomolecular medicine

Now called megavitamin therapy, this is the use of large doses of vitamins to improve physical and mental health.
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Linus Pauling back in 1968, Orthomolecular Medicine was defined as "the preservation of good health and the treatment of diseases by altering the concentration of substances normally found in the human body and which are responsible for the maintenance of health.
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Aside from homeopathy, homotoxicology (removal of toxins in the body tissues), chelation therapy (cleansing the body), oxygen therapy, neural therapy to treat chronic pain, and mesotherapy to treat rheumatism, infectious diseases and vascular diseases, Francisco's EWBHC also offers orthomolecular medicine, nutritional supplements, enzyme therapy, traditional Chinese acupuncture and moxibustion, bioresonance therapy, live-cell analysis, antiaging therapy and skin-rejuvenation therapy.
In addition, much information has been accumulated by orthomolecular medicine to demonstrate that mineral replacement through nutrients takes place, which supports the detoxification process.
She is an advocate of treating mental ill-health through orthomolecular medicine.
Key words: Metabolic correction, Chronic disease, Genetotrophic disease, Biochemical individuality, Nutrient insufficiency, Functional medicine, Orthomolecular medicine
A family medicine physician and international lecturer, he was inducted into the Orthomolecular Medicine Hall of Fame in 2013.
Then alternative therapies like acupuncture, aroma therapy, Ayurveda medicine, binaural beats, color and light therapy, homeopathy, hydrotherapy, magnetobiology, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, music therapy, naturopathy, orthomolecular medicine, tai chi, therapeutic humor, therapeutic touch and yoga are discussed very briefly.
It has 264 pages filled with orthomolecular medicine, acupuncture, herbal formulas, single herbs, botanical extracts, Tibetan Singing Bowls, Acutonics, and dietary medical programs including special diets.
Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine, 1988, 3 (1): 13-17
I have met Charlotte a number of times, first when she traveled to Ottawa for the induction of her father into the Orthomolecular Medicine Hall of Fame in 2005.
Abram Hoffer, MD, PhD, the father of orthomolecular medicine, introduces this alternative approach to the treatment of bipolar disorder.