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The essentials boil down to 7 cardinal rules:


  1. Nutrition comes first in medical diagnosis and treatment.

  2. Drug treatment is used only for specific indications and always with an eye to the potential dangers and adverse affects.

  3. Environmental pollution and food adulteration are an inescapable fact of modern life and are a medical priority.

  4. Biochemical individuality is the norm in medical practice, therefore, stereotyped RDA values are unreliable nutrient guides.

  5. Blood tests do not necessarily reflect tissue levels of nutrients.

  6. Nutrient diagnosis is always defensible because nutrient related disorders are usually treatment responsive or curable.

  7. Hope is an indispensable ally of the physician and an absolute right of the patient.

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