Information on Nutrition

The information on nutrition we receive nowadays is totally biased and industry-driven. Lobbyists and multinational companies determine what the population considers healthy. Wheat, sugar, lectins, and Omega-6 fatty acids still dominates the “varied diet”. Industries and mainstream medicine still work hand in hand. Whereas the one party causes health issues, the other one only treats the symptoms instead of looking into the root causes. The knowledge is there and can be applied right away.

Vitamin D and COVID-19

There is ongoing scientific evidence that the immunoregulating hormone Vitamin D3 can contribute to fighting the current pandemic. My contribution to this topic is my publication on this matter in the International Journal of Infectious Diseases (Elsevier) with the title Vitamin D3 and K2 and their potential contribution to reducing the COVID-19 mortality rate.

Since then, many more publications on this topic have been published. It is time that both media and politicians use this information to save human lives. Lobbying on behalf of the pharmaceutical industry at the expense of human lives it out of place here.

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Nutrition Counseling

Sustainable nutrition can bring miracles to pass:

  • Autoimmune diseases can most likely be reversed.
  • Mental issues can be resolved by promoting the production of neurotransmitters without taking drugs.
  • Physical performances of competitive athletes can be increased while regeneration phases can be reduced.
  • Obesity is almost always gut related. A healthy bacterial composition in the gut will let the pounds roll of quickly.

The human metabolism is quite complex as each individual is unique. However, looking into causal loop relationships of the human metabolism in a reverse-engineering way often points out the root cause that can then be addressed sufficiently (see figure).

My website (in German only, sorry!) deals more with specific autoimmune diseases, but communicates sound background knowledge with respect to the relationship of nutrition, gut, and health.