Dr. Kharazmi explains if a woman's nutrients should be customized for a healthy life.
That’s something that I really believe in and we briefly touched upon that because I think every individual is different, but some generalizations that we always make because we want to capture as many people out there and hopefully affect their lives by just general comments, but ultimately everybody’s a little different.
How the body processes different nutrients is different. For instance, if you have a patient who is dealing with chronic inflammatory conditions, their consumption of certain vitamins and micronutrients is going to be a lot more. Their byproduct of certain things or cell process is going to be a lot more.
So, they may have specific needs that the next individual may not. How old you are, that’s going to make a difference in terms of your absorption. The acidity of you’re stomach, if you’re taking for instance H2 blockers as everybody does, pops in Zantex or Prilosecs, that affects your absorption of diet and nutrition and a lot of nutricitical products. Everybody is unique.
We believe in customizing that aspect of health in the sense that looking at what is your body doing, how long it’s absorbing its nutrients and what is it really lacking and really replace what it needs not just excessive amounts of other things.
Dr. Kharazmi, M.D.
Dr. Mohammad Kharazmi serves as the anti-aging medicine specialist at the Genetic Institute of Anti-Aging in Costa Mesa, California. He attended the University of California at Irvine for his undergraduate educations and later earned his medical doctorate (M.D.) at UCI’s medical school. In addition to anti-aging, Dr. Kharazmi is Board Certified in internal medicine and geriatrics.
Dr. Kharazmi is the partner and cofounder of Sherman Internal Medicine Clinics, cofounder of Medical Information Network Systems, and member of the American Medical Association. When he is not treating patients Dr. Kharazmi is a national speaker and consultant to Pfizer, Novartis, Aventis, Sankyo, Abbot and TAP.
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