Presenting peer-reviewed original papers that were co-authored with faculty at the University of Minnesota Medical School in Duluth, MN

A NeuroResearch Centers Medical Conference:

October 19, 2019 - Chicago
Marriott Suites O’Hare

November 16, 2019 - Austin
Hilton Austin Airport


Medical Education Conference

Presentation based on 22 peer-reviewed clinical research papers as published on the National Institute of Health NBCI website.

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Definition: Relative Nutritional Deficiency

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).

Drugs with no nutritional properties cannot address the cause of nutritional deficiencies. When nutritional deficiency exists, restoration of normal function requires proper administration of nutrients.

Relative Nutritional Deficiency occurs when an optimal diet does not meet the needs of the system

When on an optimal diet low, inadequate, depleted, deficient, or suboptimal serotonin, dopamine, or glutathione occurs, a relative nutritional deficiency is always present.

WE ARE SERIOUS! This course teaches the ability to identify and manage relative nutritional deficiencies whose symptoms may be identical to a disease. The foundation of this course is 21 peer-reviewed scientific articles authored by course speakers as posted on the National Institute of Health’s NCBI website. 

In 1997, our medical doctors started this nutritional research project. We identified relative nutritional deficiencies hiding in plain sight whose symptoms were identical to symptoms of over 100 diseases.

For example, in May 1941 JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) documented observations of A. B. Baker, MD,1 a founder of the American Academy of Neurology. Baker gave a group of Parkinson’s disease patients vitamin B6, 40% achieved significant (not complete) improvement in what appeared to be Parkinson’s disease symptoms. 

We now know this was not an improvement in disease symptoms; it represented an improvement in a pre-existing vitamin B6 relative nutritional deficiency whose symptoms were identical to Parkinson’s disease symptoms. 

Prescribing drugs with no nutritional impact cannot address the cause of these nutritional deficiencies. Every patient with low or inadequate serotonin, dopamine, or glutathione on an optimal diet is suffering from one or more of these nutritional deficiencies.

This Website

The pages of this website are intended to give insight into the content of our live conferences in Chicago and Austin. This website discusses some of the disease-like relative nutritional deficiency symptoms ™ documented in the 22 peer-reviewed medical science papers listed on the National Institutes of Health NCBI website that we published. 

Our Practice
In the early 1990s, union members in Duluth, MN demanded a medical insurance benefit coverage relating to serotonin and norepinephrine dysfunction. With this, Duluth became the only community in the United States providing this kind of care covered by commercial insurance, to include Blue Cross. By 1994, the Morgan Park Medical Clinic was the only medical clinic reimbursed by all commercial medical insurances for these services. Serotonin and norepinephrine control many intertwined functions in the body. While we started treating patients with drugs, we soon achieved relief of relative nutritional deficiency symptoms with nutrients. Starting in 1994 our experience with thousands of patients was databased and is ongoing. These databases formed the foundation for defining optimal management of disease-like relative nutritional deficiencies ™ with symptoms that may be identical to disease symptoms.

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