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PRINCIPLE No 1 [What is nutrition?]

There are two parts to the word 'nutrition':
MINERAL Essential Nutrition
ENERGY Critical Nutrition

PRINCIPLE No 2 [How do deficiencies occur?]

b EXCESS = Deficiency

PRINCIPLE No 3 [How do deficiencies cause diseases?]


PRINCIPLE No 4 [Why the deficiency?]

Most mineral deficiencies fall into two general categories:

a] A STRAIGHT deficiency
b] AN INDUCED deficiency

GENERAL RULE: Most deficiencies are induced and seldom come in "single" deficiencies.

PRINCIPLE No 5 [How to overcome a deficiency]

To increase "available" elemental levels there are two choices:

  • CHANGE the availability of what is present or
  • ADD more of the needed element*

GENERAL RULE: *Adding elements includes a risk factor, due to the "desired" elements being accompanied or contaminated by unwanted elements which can adversely interact with other elements or pollute / poison the living organism[s].

The information contained in this publication has been formulated in good faith, the contents do not take into account all the factors which need to be considered before putting that information into practice. Accordingly, no person should rely on anything contained herein as a substitute for specific professional advice.
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