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  Biochemistry of Treatment (pg 5)

Ideally treatment should be customized based on patient testing. Patients can be very deficient in some substances and adequate in others. Progress is best by testing, not guessing. See test guidelines below. Some patients are very inflamed and the sequence discussed here can help them with better tolerance. Very sick patients are often very inflamed and dosing often has to be more gentle and gradual: some is better than none. NEVER PUSH CONCENTRATIONS OR BRANDS that cause discomfort: the PATIENTíS BODY IS WISER THAN ANY DOCTOR.

Medical References (footnotes)--Neural Sensitization: The Key to Medical Treatment

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