While an antioxidant-rich diet may provide adequate cellular nutrition for the average, healthy individual, it would be inadequate for those suffering from nutrition related chronic diseases, which require the use of more sophisticated resources that are capable of measuring and optimizing an individual's cellular nutrition status.
Intracellular Calcium Measurement in neurons with calcium-selective microelectrodes, and microfluorometry.
2017 Dietary Reference Intake (DRI)
Recommended Dietary Allowance
Recommended Dietary Allowance
Does a B-Vitamin Complex really help reduce Stress?
Is it possible to overdose on Vitamin C?
In addition to low Vitamin C and/or Vitamin B1, low tin is a common nutritional cause of low adrenals, which can lead to left-sided cardiac insufficiency.
DRI / RDA Copper and Chromium
Myth: If one has a healthy diet, one does not need any supplementation.
Fact:If a large group of people were to follow the exact same dietary lifestyle and exercise program, a certain number would still suffer from high or low blood pressure, high or low blood sugar, or high or low stomach acid, while the rest may develop arthritis, cardiovascular disease, cancer, mental illness, or other medical conditions... Read More
Myth: After menopause, every female needs to supplement extra calcium
Fact: There is no magic age when either females or males suddenly need to adjust their calcium intake. In contrast to a number of other nutrients whose requirements tend to change with advancing age, requirements for calcium are dependent on multiple genetic, metabolic, and lifestyle factors, none of which are gender or age-related... Read More
Myth: One may liberally supplement mega-doses of water-soluble vitamins since they - unlike fat-soluble vitamins are not stored in the body, so they cannot cause any harm.
Fact: Despite being water-soluble, Vitamin B6 can cause permanent, irreversible nerve damage when used improperly, while an excessive intake or overdose of Vitamin C has the potential of eventually causing zinc, copper, or calcium deficiencies in prone individuals... Read More
Acu-Cell Disorders - Migraine Headaches - Takes an in depth look at how common nutrients can both aggravate and ameliorate headaches, and offers some treatment options. Acu-Cell Nutrition - covers the synergism, antagonism, toxicity, deficiency signs & symptoms, and DRI/RDA of vitamins, minerals, bioflavonoids, and associated nutrients, as applicable to cellular nutrition. Acu-Cell Disorders - profiles an A - Z list of common medical conditions and their relationship to nutritional excesses and deficiencies. Acu-Cell Disorders - Cancer - Discusses radiation, chemotherapy and anti-cancer drug therapies, and describes some nutritional causes and a possible low stomach acid risk association. Tin - Health Effects - presents research results on the effects of the element tin on adrenal functions, depression, fatigue, and a number of other health concerns. Acu-Cell Disorders - H.Pylori - Highlights how this bacteria thrives in a low stomach acid environment, and compares various treatment options. Acu-Cell Disorders - Prostatitis - Offers a clinical perspective of why zinc should not be used in the treatment of this condition. Mineral Ratios - offers a clinical perspective on the importance of maintaining a proper mineral ratio between calcium, magnesium and other elements, and it looks at the relationship of mineral ratios to spinal alignment. Acu-Cell - Chocolate - Takes a critical look at the recent "Chocolate-is-Good-for-You" campaigns, and dispels some of the health benefit myths. Acu-Cell Disorders - Muscle Spasms and Cramps - Discusses various nutritional causes and treatments for this condition.