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Medical Specialties

Nutrition

Hippocrates, 460-370 IC, the father of medicine, said: “Your food should be your medicine and your medicine should be you food.” Now, almost 2,500 years after his death, various researches made in the field of molecular biology, biophysics and structural quantum medicine, have proven the strength of his affirmations.
There is a huge difference between "eating” and "being nourished”. The human body is a complex "machinery” that runs on food principles, as its main fuel.

All the chemical reactions and biological processes taking place in our cells are supported by the energy generated by metabolising the food ingested. Each stage of our lives – be it growth, adulthood, old age or sickness – needs a special diet, adapted to the needs of that particular moment. What we eat may be both a blessing and a curse for our body. The content, quantity and schedule of our meals are all essential to sustain the healing processes and to maintain our health. Food is the "foundation” needed  to build a true, durable state of health. We eat at least three times a day, from the moment we are born, until the end of our lives. Can you name any other thing that is equally constant in our lives?

 Diet Therapy designates the practical application of scientifically proven specialty information, with a palliative or curative goal.
In the past 60 - 70 years, the scientific world has shown the qualities of specific food compounds that can have long-term contributions in the treatment of some chronic diseases.
This involves the modification of existing diets or eating habits in order to improve the patients' health state.
In some cases, however, it is necessary to make a complete shift and eliminate certain foods from the diet of certain patients.
For instance, this diet is recommended to people suffering from allergies, food allergies included.

These types of diets are often employed and have remarkable results in the treatment of cancer, cardiovascular and degenerative diseases.

  • The Gerson Therapy
  • The Ketogenic Diet
  • Dry Fasting
”We should eat to live instead of living to eat” Socrates