Triage Clinical Nutrition
(Triage Nutrition)

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The triage theory of aging proposes that a single nutrient deficiency will increase age-related diseases because vitamin-dependent proteins and enzymes needed for short term survival processes (breathing, eating, etc.) are protected at the expense of proteins needed for long-term survival processes (immunity, cellular repair, heart function, etc.). Triage comes from the French term, the process of sorting out victims, as of a battle or disaster, to determine medical priorities in order to increase the number of survivors as they live or die. So triage that! All of us have one or more vitamin dependent processes that are running us down sub-optimally. For example, magnesium inadequacy affects over half of the US population and is associated with increased risk for many age-related diseases. I will explain in my usual verbose and lengthy discussions how to diagnose these deficiencies, simply and cheaply, should you care to read on...

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