Dr. Rick Malter

Letter: Hair Mineral Analysis and Nutrient Minerals This article is written/contributed by Dr. Rick Malter, PhD Visit website at Malter Institute SHARE THIS POST In response to Dr. Blaurock-Busch’s article on hair mineral analysis (Townsend e-Letter, April 22, 2023), I want to offer the following comments.  Her article provides an accurate description of how metals and drugs …

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There is increasing evidence that significant environmental changes in biochemical factors are contributing to a wide range of psychological problems in children, adolescents, and adults. These problems include: ADD, hyperactivity, distractibility, and memory problems, learning disabilities, depression, anxiety…

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As our health/disease care system moves from one crisis to another with steadily increasing costs, primarily for drugs and “medications”, many different plans and solutions are offered to try to solve the problems.