If your body was a second-hand car, would you buy it?
As modern research has shown, our food is really the best medicine we have. Eating the right food can protect us against illness and premature "wear and tear". The focus of nutritional medicine is on treating people who are chronically ill or overweight.
An unbalanced, unhealthy diet represents a high risk to health and well-being. As the saying goes: the dose makes the poison - too fatty, too sweet, lacking in nutrients. In fact, the number of health problems caused by poor diet is increasing at a catastrophic rate - these include:
high blood pressure, diabetes, allergies, cardiovascular diseases, arteriosclerosis, bowel cancer, rheumatism, arthritis, immune diseases, other cancers and, above all, obesity, which is at the root of many diseases.
These are all chronic problems that can be alleviated or cured by nutritional medicine.
It is a fact that adequate provision of essential nutrients, combined with avoiding harmful substances, is the prerequisite for a healthy, slim and well-functioning body.