Our ultimate aim is to educate the public in prevention-
Vitamins, minerals and other plant-
Our team of specialists have a wealth of experience and can provide expert advice in the following areas:
Our online service is no different to visiting a clinic, we will need to ask you questions and research treatments that are tailored to your needs. This may mean several e-
Healthy cell growth is exceptionally important for the development and maintenance of a healthy body. Billions of cells – the smallest functional units of the body – are constantly involved in regenerative processes where old and damaged cells are being removed and replaced with new cells. These processes are an essential pre-
The growth of newly-
Vitamins: C, D3, E, Beta-
Minerals: Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium and Phosphate.
Trace Elements: Zinc, Manganese, Copper, Selenium, Chromium and Molybdenum.
Other important cellular nutrients: L-
Healthy cellular and organ functioning is only possible if we have an optimum intake of vitamins, mineral, trace elements and other cellular nutrients. We are exposed every day to many factors which increase the need for essential nutrients and, as a result, this can result in nutritional deficiencies. Let us take stress as an example. Our bodies react to stress by producing hormones and nutrients are necessary for their production. In stress situations our bodies need one molecule of vitamin C for every molecule of adrenalin and, as a result our levels of vitamin C can be drastically reduced when stress is constant. This is why people working in stressful environments are prone to infections and degenerative conditions.
Pharmaceutical drugs are usually synthetic and can also cause essential nutrient deficiencies. This happens because nutrients are necessary to detoxify the body of what is essentially a foreign substance. Pharmaceutical drugs often work by blocking the production and absorption of nutrients and, although this may provide temporary relief, in the long run this will lead to degenerative diseases. Statins are a good example of this because they block the production of cholesterol, however, this action also blocks the production of Coenzyme Q10 and Vitamin D which are both vital for the body’s functioning.
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