A large U.S. study designed to gauge the health benefits of vitamin D and fish oil supplements has concluded that omega-3 fatty acids can dramatically reduce the odds of a heart attack, while vitamin D can lower the risk of death from cancer.
Notably, when reporting on this story, the majority of the mainstream media focused not on what the two supplements did achieve, but on what they didn’t. As a result, we saw numerous headlines trumpeting that neither vitamin D nor omega-3 supplements alone could prevent cancer or heart disease from occurring. But from a scientific standpoint, such findings are hardly surprising.
The key thing to understand here is that individual nutrients don’t work alone in the body, they work together as components of teams. Participating in complex metabolic processes, they interact by either enhancing or opposing each other’s actions. Their optimal interaction and cellular balance is the basis of health.
Based on this scientific understanding, scientists at the Dr. Rath Research Institute have introduced a groundbreaking new principle in modern nutrition. Known as the ‘micronutrient synergy’ approach, it maximizes the biological impact of supplements by designing them using carefully chosen combinations and doses of micronutrients. The concept of micronutrient synergy is fundamental to the efficacy of Dr. Rath’s revolutionary Cellular Medicine approach.
To learn how to use the Cellular Medicine approach for the prevention of cardiovascular disease, read this article on our website.
To learn how to use the Cellular Medicine approach for the prevention of strokes, read this article on our website.
To learn how to use the Cellular Medicine approach for the prevention and control of cancer, read the lifesaving book written by Dr. Rath and Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki, Victory Over Cancer.