biochemical individuality

biochemical individuality,

n the con-cept that the nutritional and chemical make-up of each person is unique and that dietary needs therefore vary from person to person.
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Biochemical Individuality, John Wiley & Sons, 1956.
One of the major determinants of biochemical individuality is a family of enzymes known as the cytochrome P450 enzymes.
The principle of biochemical individuality tells us that we are as different biochemically as we are psychologically.
For the past 15 years, D'Adamo has continued his research on human biochemical individuality and he has published over 20 books, including the recent,Textbook of Generative Medicine.
Williams, the discoverer of pantothenic acid, biotin, and the co-discoverer of folic acid, the effect of losses is based on a person's "unique biochemical individuality.
He authored over 50 refereed publications on enzymes, toxic agents, fluoridation, and alcohol and biochemical individuality.
They recognize the phenomenon of genetics without question and long before the gene was recognized as an integral part of heredity, those who dealt with trained animals understood the power of biochemical individuality.
People respond to stress in different ways based on the type of stress and their biochemical individuality.
Divided into six unique concept sections, this book gives rationale for biochemical individuality, and a glimpse into the information that will eventually (and actually) allow us treat the person instead of the disease.
Functional medicine is an approach to healthcare that employs assessment and early intervention to improve physiological, emotional/cognitive, and physical function by focusing on biochemical individuality, metabolic balance, ecological context, and unique personal experience in the dynamics of health.
In subsequent articles we will discuss Biochemical Individuality, which essentially states that we all require our own unique intake of fats, protein and carbohydrates.
Linus Pauling and Roger Williams both reported work in the 1960s theorizing that biochemical individuality played a key role in health and disease.

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