Orthomolecular Medicine


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Molecular model of L-ascorbic-acid, Vitamin C (left), and biotin, a B vitamin (right).

The goal of orthomolecular medicine is to restore the body's optimal environment by correcting imbalances or deficiencies based on individual biochemistry by using natural substances such as vitamins, minerals, trace elements and amino acids.

Making New Connections: The Gift of Neuroplasticity

Dr. David Perlmutter describes neuroplasticity and the ability of the brain to change and reorganize itself and its function.

An Interview with Dr. Abram Hoffer

Abram Hoffer (November 11, 1917 - May 27, 2009), was a Canadian psychiatrist known for his work with nutrition, schizophrenia, and cancer. He is considered to be the father of Orthomolecular Medicine.

Paracelsus Clinic, Lustmuhle, Switzerland

The clinic proposes a medical paradigm based on non-toxic biological medicine that, not only identifies, but also eliminates the root causes of acute and chronic diseases including cancer.

Visit with Dr. Louie Yu

Dr. Yu is a descendant from long lineages of traditional Chinese and Korean healers. His protocols are based on orthomolecular medicine.

Neurotransmitters and the Brain, Denver, Colorado

Apex Energetics offers courses that delve deeply into orthomolecular medicine. They offer weekend workshops, one day courses and two hour updates. This training is an upper level introduction to the brain and all it's functions.

Neurology and Hormones, Denver, Colorado

This Apex Energetic forum covered the Impacts of Estrogen on the NeuroEndocrine Immune Axis brought on with the onset of perimenopause.

Dr. John Humiston, William Hitt Center, Tijuana, Mexico

Dr. John Humiston received his medical training in the military. He determined he could practice medicine more effectively in Mexico using alternative medicine and unconventional therapies. His treatments include herbal therapies which work synergistically with other protocols.