NeuroResearch – Management of Monoamine and Thiol Relative Nutritional Deficiencies

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A relative nutritional deficiency occurs when an optimal diet does not meet the needs of the system.

When not enough (low, inadequate, depleted, deficient, or suboptimal) serotonin, dopamine, or glutathione concentrations exist on an optimal diet a relative nutritional deficiency is always present. Obtaining optimal group results with nutrients requires training; many of the decisions required are counterintuitive (opposite of common sense).

Non-amino acid drugs do nothing to address the cause of the nutritional deficiency. Drugs induce abnormal function while addressing symptoms. With nutritional deficiencies, drugs do not restore normal function or address the cause of inadequate synthesis.

 

Presentation based on 22 peer-reviewed papers authored by:

Alvin Stein, MD
Past trustee, Chicago Medical School Board

Martin Hinz, MD
Minnesota Medical School, Duluth MN Faculty

It has been 20 years since treatment of obesity and other diseases were unified. We feel success is more than writing a prescription and patient support and positioning is critical. Only nutrients can properly address a nutritional deficiency. While drugs can induce a relative nutritional deficiency, the non-amino acid drugs have not ability to address nutritional deficiency.

 

Objectives:

This course will teach the ability to identify and manage the causes of low, inadequate, depleted, or suboptimal serotonin, dopamine, and glutathione while on an optimal diet.

  • When reuptake inhibitor drugs (antidepressants, etc.) induce conditions that deplete serotonin or dopamine on an optimal diet, it represents a relative nutritional deficiency.
  • When improper administration of nutrients induces serotonin, dopamine, or glutathione depletion on an optimal diet, it represents relative nutritional deficiency.
  • The disease-like symptoms associated with serotonin and dopamine depletion on an optimal diet, are caused by relative nutritional deficiency. this is routinely mis-diagnosed

ONLY NUTRIENTS CAN PROPERLY ADDRESS A NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCY. WHILE DRUGS CAN INDUCE A RELATIVE NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCY, THE NON-AMINO ACID DRUGS HAVE NO ABILITY TO ADDRESS NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCY.