A three-part collection from the ongoing series on Nutritional Therapeutics created by Mr. Mark R. Anderson.
Part One (2006): In this riveting series of lectures, Mark Anderson begins with an overview of the profound historical relationship between Dr. George Goodheart, Jr., his father, Dr. George Goodheart, Sr., and Dr. Royal Lee, who founded Standard Process in 1929. Historically, their professional relationship united two foundations of holistic healthcare: chiropractic and nutritional therapeutics.
Following the introduction, Anderson presents on the following four subjects:
- Antioxidants vs. Natural Vitamin Complexes
- The History of Antioxidant Supplements and the Origin of the Free Radical Pathology Theory
- Pro-Oxygen Nutrient Complexes
- The Autoimmune Process: Endogenous Immunity from Protomorphogens to Oral Tolerization
Comprises four audio CDs; recorded September 28–29, 2006, in Columbus, Ohio.
Part Two (2007): Mr. Anderson begins by continuing where he left off in 2006, discussing the dangers of antioxidant supplements and both the origin and steady erosion of support for antioxidant theory. Also discussed:
- Threatened Abortion and Protective Vitamin Complexes
- Vitamin D: Decreasing Risk of Cancer and All-Cause Mortality
- Probiotic Supplements and Foods
Anderson then examines Dr. Royal Lee's profound theories on immunity and infection, including the famous Triad of Immunity. Includes:
- The Role of Calcium Bicarbonate (Ionized Calcium) in Preventing and Fighting Infection
- The Vitamin C Complex: How It Works with Calcium in the Immune Process
- The Vitamin F Complex: How It Works with Vitamin D to Regulate Ionized Calcium in the Blood and Tissues
In addition, Anderson talks about acid-alkaline balance in the body and presents conclusions from both Part 1 and Part 2 of the seminar.
Comprises five audio CDs; recorded on November 3, 2007, in Columbus.
Part Three (2007): Donna Wild presents "Iodine: The Most Essential Trace Mineral for Mind and Body, Lifeline from the Sea." For mind and body, iodine is probably the most overlooked essential nutrient worldwide. (For instance, the World Health Organization cites its deficiency as the world's number one cause of brain damage.) Ms. Wild's lecture convincingly demonstrates that iodine metabolism goes well beyond the thryroid's need for this mineral. Topics include:
- A History of Iodine
- Forms of Iodine
- Iodine Deficiency Diseases
- Iodine Synergists
- Commentary on Iodized Salt
- Appropriate Doses and Detoxification Reactions
- Dangers of Displacement of Iodine by Fluorine, Chlorine, and Bromine
Comprises three audio CDs; recorded on September 23, 2007, in Denver, Colorado.