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Graduated in 1985
Graduated in 1981
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Disease arises from nutrient deficiencies, exposure to environmental toxins, poor gut ecology, overwhelming stress, adrenal fatigue, improper or imbalanced eating habits, chronic infections, unresolved emotions, lack of rest and entertainment and the lack of sunshine and fresh air. Each of these underlying causes of illness must first be assessed and then addressed specifically through education, supplementation, nutritional advice, intravenous nutrient therapy, herbal medicine, chelation or the removal of heavy metals, re-populating the gut with health promoting bacteria, re-establishing specific trace minerals to protect tissues from environmental toxins, ozone and other methods of reducing a person's bacterial and viral load, psychology, and, in some cases, the use of specific pharmaceuticals to establish optimal hormone levels.