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Author: Robert

“Functional Medicine determines how and why illness occurs and restores health by addressing the root causes of disease for each individual.” – [Institute for Functional Medicine].

Basically, think of 5 different people with the same symptoms: for example, 5 individuals with depression or 5 individuals with schizophrenia. Each individual could have a different root cause for their depression or schizophrenia. One could have a toxic overload, another could have a leaky gut, another could have a lot of genes predisposed to the illness and an unaddressed infection is the cause, etc.

Conversely, you could have 5 people with leaky gut and each could have very different symptoms. One could have depression, another could have thyroid problems, another could


Author: Robert

Orthomolecular Medicine is nothing more than a process of ascertaining nutrient deficiencies through various means and correcting them.

“Nutrient Deficiencies” are not necessarily thought about the same way as dictated by “standard protocols,” (for example: RDA, AI, ERA). This is because the given “standard amount” for the “standard protocols,” treat all people on the planet earth as needing the same given amounts of nutrients, with few variations.

Orthomolecular medicine says a deficiency could, many times, be an individual needing more of given nutrient to help a biological process in the body perform in a certain way. This means an individual may need more of a given nutrient to overcome a given condition or illness.

The best approach is a


Author: Robert

It’s not all in your head.

When people hear that the word “schizophrenia,” they have all sorts of bias’s and preconceived ideas about people who carry this diagnosis. To say that the word is “abounding in misconceptions,” would almost be an understatement. People think split personality, crazy, nut house, dangerous, and out of their mind, just to name a few examples.

Hollywood and the like contribute greatly to this calamity of thinking. Just a few movies that come to mind are Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, One Flew Over the Coocoos Nest, Clockwork Orange, The Shinning, and, most recently, Joker. Besides these titles in particular, the “crazy” person is a typical bad guy character in general for many Hollywood writers. This