amino acid therapy

amino acid therapy

The use of free-form (pure) amino acids in powder, capsules or pills for various allegedly therapeutic purposes; mainstream medical practitioners generally do not recommend the use of free-form amino acids, as they are abundant in high-protein foods, such as dairy products, eggs, legumes, fish, meats, nuts, poultry and soybeans.
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This partnership will allow the NAMED program to better achieve its core functions of high quality nutrient dense foods, balanced nutrition menu and plan, a controlled clinical setting, counseling, and amino acid therapy.
Upon leaving my first office visit, he had targeted my problem not as Lyme, but as a neurotransmitter disease, and prescribed amino acid therapy from CHK Nutrition.
Targeted amino acid therapy shows promise as an intervention for children with behavioral disorders, a group of researchers led by Karyn Purvis, Ph.
Anderson Cancer Center in Houston described another amino acid therapy to "rescue" patients from the serious side effects of chemotherapeutic agents.
The NAMED program has as its core functions - high quality nutrient dense foods, balanced nutritional menus, a controlled clinical setting, counseling, and advanced amino acid therapy.
Amino acid therapy and bio-identical hormones are suggested for most diseases along with specific herbal products.