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Dr. Paul Eck

 

The Origins Of Mineral And Nutritional Balancing


Mineral and Nutritional Balancing was originally developed by Dr. Paul Eck in the 1970s and 1980s. He was a brilliant biochemist and physician who dedicated most of his adult life to evaluating major research studies in biochemistry, nutrition, physiology, pathology and psychology.

To correctly interpret a hair mineral analysis profile, Dr. Eck combined an array of modern biological, physiological and biochemical concepts that included the stages of stress discovered by Dr. Hans Selye, oxidation types as taught by Dr. George Watson, sympathetic and parasympathetic balancing as taught by Dr. Melvin Page and mineral balancing as taught by Dr. William Albrecht and others.

Dr. Eck was innovative in the manner he used all these concepts to help understand the significance of tissue mineral levels, ratios and metabolic patterns. He pioneered many innovations in the study of trace mineral deficiencies and excesses and their relationship to different metabolic dysfunctions linked with disease. He was regarded as an authority on the unique science of balancing body chemistry through hair tissue mineral analysis.


Innovative Mineral Science For The 21st Century 

Dr. Eck's mineral and nutritional balancing science uses principles from all contemporary and traditional healing arts. It employs modern theories such as the stress theory of disease, metabolic typing, cybernetics, holography, fractal mathematics, chaos theory, biological transmutation of the elements, and other physics and engineering concepts. These are combined with the latest Western medical physiology and biochemistry, making it the most advanced and reliable method of increasing vitality.

In 1974 Dr. Eck founded Analytical Research Labs in Phoenix, AZ and since it's inception it has pioneered the field of hair tissue mineral analysis interpretation earning the respect and endorsement of health care professionals throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe and Asia.

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