Orthomolecular Medicine was born with Linus Pauling, Nobel Prize in Chemistry and Peace Prize, in 1957 and 1962.
This discipline aims to prevent and treat diseases by helping the body to maintain the biochemical and metabolic balance of micronutrients (vitamins, minerals, amino acids, trace elements, antioxidants, etc.) that are necessary for the body and that may be unbalanced.
With the saying We are what we eat! more and more we know that diet has a strong influence on the health of the individual and that micronutrients correlate with the properties of different foods and regulate metabolic pathways in the body.
We study the patient in a personalized way to rebalance biochemical deficits, neutralize toxic effects and thus improve quality of life.