An important part of nutrition lies not only in the quantity and quality of the nutrients but in the correct proportion for each person. Remember that nutrients are information that the cell knows and needs to function perfectly. 

The human body requires at least 60 minerals in addition to other micronutrients such as vitamins, trace elements, amino acids, fatty acids. They must all also be present and in balance in the daily diet, For optimal health.

Each patient requires:

  • The correct molecule. 
  •  At the correct dose.
  • And in the right way.

The sub-deficiency of certain essential nutrients generate a slowdown of cellular processes. This will lead to:


That if it is maintained over time, it will lead to:

  •Deterioration of the organs that will lead to:

  •Vulnerability Syndrome and this after a while at:


That is why food  is not enough and must be supplemented orally or parenterally with formulas designed for each patient’s needs, and this corrects all deficiencies that cannot be resolved with food alone.