New Smyrna Beach, FL (PressExposure) February 17, 2009 -- Dr. Paul Yanick, President of the American Academy of Quantum Medicineâ¢, announces a national board certification seminar at the 28th Annual American Naturopathic Medical Association Convention in July of 2009 on the cost-effectiveness of using fermented food nutrients as a way to cleanse and nourish the body so the innate immune system is stronger against the latest threat of food-borne superbugs like MRSA.
In these times of economic slowdown, costs of medical care have touched sky-high proportions, leading to the rediscovery of an age-old medicine â nutrient-rich fermented food. Dr. Paul Yanickâs seminar teaches doctors and their patients how to assess and eliminate the hideous food-borne molds and lymphatic and neural toxins that cause the overwhelming majority of inflammatory diseases.
Environmental pollutants weaken the immune system causing inflammation, one of the leading causes of disease. This has made more consumers ready to take responsibility for their own health â with controlled, healthier diets.
Dr. Yanickâs research on how pollutants impair the immune and lymphatic system causing tinnitus (ear noises) and inflammation started early as he was given one year to live in his youth. Cleansing his body of man-made pharmaceuticals and chemicals saved his life. âUsing fermented synbiotic foods offers inexpensive ways to cleanse the body of man-made pollutants...and combat a host of health problems from insomnia to inflammation,â he says.
If you are overweight around the abdomen, have skin abnormalities, allergies, digestive disorders or have chronic fatigue, or have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, cancer, multiple-chemical-sensitivity, Parkinsonâs or Alzheimerâs disease, arthritis, asthma or other disorders, your lymphatic system is chronically compromised with no traditional medical cure available.
Once doctors learn how to detoxify the body correctly with fermented food combinations, they will be in a position to shrink excess belly fat and dead stop inflammation. Regarding excess belly fat, Richard N. Bergman, a professor at USCâs Keck School of Medicine âIt seems to have a more negative outcome on health than overall fat,â
Pollutants and moldy food are the main culprits in this case and predigested or synbiotic food nourishment is the only way to stop this onslaught. So, ineffective low-carb (glycemic index), low-fat, liquid diets (grapefruit diet, fat-flush plans), and starvation diets are fast getting pushed aside replaced by synbiotic food nutrients that cleanse the body in todayâs polluted world.
-MORE- To register for the Academyâs seminar visit: [http://www.aaqm.org/Downloads/QM-SeminarLandingPage.pdf]