BRINGING IT HOME
The human body is one large chemical plant that uses specific nutrients (chemicals) such as vitamins to remain in good health and ward off disease. Because your unique biochemical make-up determines the need for the many different nutrients for life, liberty from illness, and pursuit of happiness, there are as many different desirable levels of vitamin intake as there are people. The ”one size fits all” approach to remain in or return to good health is not consistent with what is recognized in nature, and especially with what is recognized in multiple sclerosis. It is known that a well-nourished body is “the one most resistant to infection, decay, and malfunction”. Unless your own body chemistry can respond to the threat of disease or carry out its healing powers when a disease is present, all wonder drugs are of little use.
In a previous blog post, I have recommended taking vitamin D3, at least 5,000 iu daily. I have also recommended taking The Essentials, two tablets twice daily. In addition to the foregoing, I recommend taking B-Complex on a daily basis. Specific minerals will not be covered at this time.
To Your Best Health,
Dr. Rudy Cartwright
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