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Personalized Nutritional Therapy Based on Blood Data Analysis for Malaise Patients

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Arakaki Plastic Surgery, 729 Uchidomari, Ginowan 901-2227, Japan
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QDU International Tele-Consultation Platform, Qingdao United Family Hospital, 319 Hong Kong East Road, Laoshan District, Qingdao 266102, China
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Orthomolecular Nutrition Laboratory Inc., KYB Build. 3F, 1-6-13 Higashi, Sibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0011, Japan
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Aichi Medical Preemptive and Integrative Medicine Center, Aichi Medical University Hospital, 1-1 Yazakokarimata, Nagakute 480-1103, Japan
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Nutrients 2021, 13(10), 3641; https://doi.org/10.3390/nu13103641
Received: 14 September 2021 / Revised: 15 October 2021 / Accepted: 15 October 2021 / Published: 18 October 2021
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Nutrition and Various Cancer Risks, and Strategies to Avoid Them)
As medical doctors, we routinely check patient blood chemistry and CBC data to diagnose disease. However, these data and methods of analysis are very rarely used to find pre-disease conditions or treat undiagnosed malaise. Masatoshi Kaneko Ph.D. found that many pre-disease conditions and types of malaise could be detected using his unique method of blood data analysis, and could also be treated using personalized nutritional therapy as an alternative to using drugs. The authors of this article introduce personalized nutritional therapy based on blood data analysis (Kaneko’s method), and present and discuss some clinical cases. In total, 253 pre-disease or undiagnosed patients were treated using this nutritional therapy approach, and most of them recovered from their chronic symptoms and pre-disease conditions. This novel nutritional therapy has the potential to help many presymptomatic and undiagnosed patients suffering from malaise. View Full-Text
Keywords: nutrition; preventive medicine; personalized medicine; ortho-molecular nutrition; blood examination; anti-aging nutrition; preventive medicine; personalized medicine; ortho-molecular nutrition; blood examination; anti-aging
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Arakaki, M.; Li, L.; Kaneko, T.; Arakaki, H.; Fukumura, H.; Osaki, C.; Yonamine, M.; Fukuzawa, Y. Personalized Nutritional Therapy Based on Blood Data Analysis for Malaise Patients. Nutrients 2021, 13, 3641. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu13103641

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Arakaki M, Li L, Kaneko T, Arakaki H, Fukumura H, Osaki C, Yonamine M, Fukuzawa Y. Personalized Nutritional Therapy Based on Blood Data Analysis for Malaise Patients. Nutrients. 2021; 13(10):3641. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu13103641

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Arakaki, Minoru, Li Li, Toshiyuki Kaneko, Hiromi Arakaki, Hiromi Fukumura, Chihiro Osaki, Maki Yonamine, and Yoshitaka Fukuzawa. 2021. "Personalized Nutritional Therapy Based on Blood Data Analysis for Malaise Patients" Nutrients 13, no. 10: 3641. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu13103641

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