Nutritional Immunotherapy is a specialized nutritional program designed to improve functioning of your immune system.
What is the right nutrition for optimal health?
Good nutrition is monitoring not only the contents of the basic components of our food, such as carbohydrates, proteins and fats, but also whether they are in their natural state or processed, whether they are depleted of, or rich in, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and enzymes. This important balance is needed to allow our body to effectively break down our food into molecules that our body can absorb.
To maintain and restore health, the right proportions of acidifying and alkalizing foods have to be selected to secure the proper balance for our body cells and tissues. Healthful food combinations play an important role in preventing excessive stress on the digestive organs, which may result in an overload of metabolic waste.
Our nutritional habits are one major causal factor in the depletion of our immune system and the development of disease. Scientific studies suggest that many cancers are directly related to nutrition and that a great number of cancer patients actually die from malnutrition.
Nutritional Immunotherapy is a vital component of the Issels Treatment Program.
Our nutritional immunotherapy program aims to:
- Correct cellular salt, water retention and nutritional deficiencies.
- Improve functions of cells, tissues and organs.
- Support immune mechanisms.
- Enhance the cancer defense with nutrients that have shown to increase Natural Killer Cell activity.
- Contribute to remission of tumors and to improvement of immune disorders.
DISCLAIMER: No claim is made that patients with similar diagnosis and/or treatment/s will respond to the same extent as the patients shown. All testimonials had been provided voluntarily to share their experience with the Issels Treatment and their state of health at the time. Some may have passed away due to age or disease. None of these patients received compensation or are related to the Issels Treatment Centers.