NMU-2004+5-01-Alex Schauss – Therapeutic Use of Minerals (2_1)
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Dr. Schauss, aside from being my older brother and the person who introduced me to the field of natural health, is an internationally acclaimed speaker and researcher. He has been awarded the Linus Pauling Award for lifetime achievement in natural medicine. Dr. Schauss is also a noted author, having written or co-written over a dozen works. His first book, Diet, Crime and Delinquency was a milestone in our understanding of how diet can affect behavior, especially criminal behavior.
Taking in enough trace minerals is critical in achieving a state of optimal health. The problem modern society faces is the fact that our soils have been so depleted of minerals due to over farming that the foods grown on them no longer contain sufficient minerals to keep us healthy. This is why it is critical to supplement them or a regular basis. In this interview, Dr. Schauss discusses with Robert Crayhon many of the important therapeutic uses of trace minerals.