Health is determined by the function of millions of cells composing the human body. The most frequent cause of cellular malfunction is a chronic deficiency of essential nutrients in the form of vitamins, amino acids, minerals, and trace elements.
The majority of the body’s proteins are composed of collagen, elastin, and other connective tissue components. Their production is regulated by vitamin C and the amino acids lysine and proline, which the body does not produce. Cellular Medicine identifies the optimum daily intake of these and other essential nutrients needed for health, and the application of this knowledge will reduce the incidence of heart disease, cancer, degenerative diseases and other serious health conditions.