Copper is a trace element involved in a wide range of biological processes vital to sustain life. Yet – as with many other metal ions – it is toxic when present in excessive quantities, especially for those with copper-sensitive disorders such as Wilson’s disease.
Can a few key lifestyle interventions be the key to balancing and supporting the nervous system? What is the science telling us?
Ahead of his appearance for ATMS at their AGM and Gut-Brain Connection Seminar, we are joined by Michael Solano, who shares with us his clinical experiences and how finding a balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems can be a crucial element in the pathways to healing.
Practitioner Training Course: The Oxygen Advantage by leading breathing expert, Patrick McKeown
Practitioners looking for a therapeutic edge when tailoring detoxification protocols for patients would be wise to consider phosphatidyl choline – a vital nutrient with surprising benefits.