Expert canvasses use of plant-based remedies to fight diseases
A plant-based nutrition healthcare practitioner, Deji Alabi, has underscored the importance of plant-based solutions in the quest for total wellbeing.
According to him, natural plant-based remedies will not only boost the body’s immunity, it will also help to reverse and heal chronic illnesses.
He added that his three-pronged approach to disease reversal is diet advisory, lifestyle modifications, and supplementation.
Alabi, a member of the American Nutrition Association, who is also the lead consultant at Canada-based Nutraceutical Health Solutions made this known while unveiling a premium supplement brand known as Nutramis approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and certified organic by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Underscoring the importance of plant-based solutions, Alabi said: “Access to plant-based nutrition is critical as plants are powerful storehouses for several growth factors in humans.
“Most medications are derivatives of these nutrients but are synthesized and embellished in the laboratory for ease of logistics, longer shelf-life, availability, ease of administration and consistency through standardization. Medications have their place and supplements have their place as well. It is smart to know when to use what in conjunction with advices from your healthcare provider.”
While making a case for plant-based solutions, the healthcare practitioner said: “Supplements are nutrient factors derivable from foods, vegetables, fruits, herbs, roots, fungi, etc.
The Nutramis range caters for general health supplements, weight management, sexual health, adaptogenic herbs, stress management, female and male reproductive health, among others.”
Alabi is an advocate of promoting health and wellness in schools, a project aimed at educating children, school owners, and parents on healthy living habits. His practice of using diet and lifestyle modifications has seen the reversal of several conditions and some that are medically termed incurable.
He is the first African practitioner to release home-grown management for the treatment of the COVID19 infection.
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