AMA Category 1 CME

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Managing Relative Nutritional Deficiencies

Based on 22 peer-reviewed papers authored by the medical doctors lecturing at these conferences.

An absolute nutritional deficiency occurs when not enough nutrient is ingested. Vitamin C deficiency causing scurvy is an example. A relative nutritional deficiency occurs when an optimal diet does not meet systemic needs. A prototype relative nutritional deficiency is found with Cooley’s hemolytic anemia. This research project has published 22 papers on the  identification and management of relative nutritional deficiencies induced by drugs, nutrients, disease, and/or iatrogenic means are covered.

The prototype disease for studying relative nutritional deficiency is Parkinson’s disease. Much of the neurologic collapse and disease deterioration progression is not due to the disease, it is actually caused a relative nutrition deficiencies whose symptoms are identical to Parkinson’s disease. Why is this important? Parkinson’s disease is not reversible, the symptoms of relative nutritional deficiency which are identical to Parkinson’s disease are reversible. This research project has identified, published, and documented of how the same type of relative nutritional deficiencies observed with Parkinson’s disease are associated with over 200 disease states. Drugs do nothing to  manage the cause of relative nutritional deficiencies. Furthermore, improper administration of nutrients used may cause exacerbation and new onset of relative deficiency symptoms that may wrongly be attributed to progression of the disease or recurrence of symptoms.

RELATIVE NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCY AND ASSOCIATED TOPICS WE HAVE PUBLISHED IN THE PEER-REVIEWED SCIENTIFIC MEDICAL RESEARCH JOURNALS:

These formal scientific events are certified for AMA Category 1 continuing medical education. At these events the following peer-reviewed scientific papers will be presented.

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