Dr. Theresa Dale, the founder of California College of Natural Medicine, says research continues to prove raw food and a vegan diet, lifestyle, supplementation, and mind~ body wellness are keys to good health.

VENTURA, CALIFORNIA, DECEMBER 1, 2021 — The latest focus on immune system support has shed some light on something critical—the human body doesn’t always get what it needs to stay as healthy as possible. For over 30 years, Dr. Theresa Dale, Ph.D., CCN, NP, has focused on a natural approach to wellness by making sure people under her care get what they need for optimal health. She points out that the latest studies continue to prove just how valuable the right vitamins and minerals can be for protecting your health and even preventing some of the most common diseases.

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According to Dr. Dale:

“Lacking the correct vitamins and minerals which are necessary for the human diet can set the stage for so many things to go wrong. In fact, some nutrients are so important that the lack of them in the human diet could be linked to everything from diabetes to heart disease.  Supplements can be toxic in GMOs, chemicals, coloring, flow agents, and fillers,  depending on where they are made and sourced.  This is key to having clean products that actually help you.”

As a pioneer in homeopathic hormone rejuvenation, Dr. Theresa Dale spends a great deal of time focusing on the nutritional aspects of health in relation to hormones, but the links between dietary intake and health go even further.

Dr. Theresa Dale Discusses the Top Vitamin and Mineral Supplements

Dr. Dale says that while all vitamins and minerals are important, a few are most often overlooked and so extremely important that they should be a top focus for everyone. Vitamin D is her top recommendation because it plays a role in healthy bones and teeth, supports the immune system, protects the brain, regulates insulin activity, and even has some influence on cancer development.

The other vitamins and minerals Dr. Theresa Dale says are incredibly important include:

  • Ionic Zinc
  • Vitamin D3
  • Methylated Vitamin B12
  • Ionic Magnesium
  • Methylated Folate
  • Organic or Non-GMO Vitamin C

Recently, Medical News Today covered a long-term clinical study of the direct correlations between omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, and autoimmune diseases. In the first large-scale study on the topic, the results revealed that taking both supplements over the course of five years led to a 25 to 30 percent reduction in the diagnosis of autoimmune disease in older adults. Dr. Theresa Dale explains that this study is a prime example of why vitamins and supplements can be so important.

To date, Dr. Dale’s advanced homeopathic research has led to many new developments in natural medicine that are commonly referenced by medical professionals around the planet. As the founder of the California College of Natural Medicine and The Wellness Center for Research and Education, the doctor says that it is time to reexamine the critical role supplements could play in preventing illness and disease:

“Modern doctors and practitioners need advanced training to refocus how they look at preventative medicine; Homeopathy and nutritional supplementation could be a major part of that. The key to making our country healthier is in intervening with the right supplements long before the disease shows up.”