Before I leave the discussion of the "Big Four" nutritional supplements I I would like to tell you my present opinion about the relative importance of the four for most people. This will vary from individual to individual but for the majority of people the priorities are:
- Nutrient 950
- Vitamin D
- Vitamin C
The Big Four are like the backfield of a football team. No matter how good the individual players are, if one is missing from the backfield the team will not perform as well and is likely to lose the game.
Having completed the discussion of the Big Four I am about to shift gears and tell you what I think it takes to have your best chance of great health. It will take more than the Big Four and all the other biochemical interventions that you need. For most people it will require good work on the biochemical level, where the Big Four and all other nutritional supplement interventions operate. It is also likely to require good work on the level of the body's electrical system. I have known about and been fascinated by the body's electrical system for 25 years, but it has only been in the past year and a half that I have discovered how to work with the electrical system to bring it into better balance. In this past year I have seen patients achieve healing quicker and more completely than in the other 50 years of my medical practice. I have also experienced this in my own health.
The next part of this blog will tell you something about the body's electrical system, why it is essential for great health, and how you can work with it to bring it into better balance. I'll also be talking about how to integrate the interventions on the electrical and the biochemical levels simultaneously. Before I do, I will present a case history that illustrates what is possible with this integrative approach to achieving great health. Unless you have some idea of the benefit potential in this approach you might be likely to say, "That's too much trouble" and forget about it, thus losing a vitally important opportunity.
Watch for the case history!