Orthomolecular therapy | Clinical nutrition | Botanical Medicine
Orthomolecular therapy applies substances naturally occurring in the body (such as vitamins, minerals, trace elements, (co)enzymes, amino acids, etc.) in pharmacological (therapeutic) doses.
- Supplying the body with optimum amounts of nutrients, in order to improve or cure a wide range of diseases and to acquire and maintain excellent health.
- Provide protection against degenerative disease, accelerated ageing, cancer, etc. and for maintaining or acquiring optimum health.
Clinical nutrition refers to both the practice of using food to maintain health and the therapeutic use of food to treat illness. Scientific research has shown that many medical conditions can be treated as effectively with food and nutritional supplements as they can by other means, but with fewer complications and side effects.