The Nemechek Protocol is built on my 30 years of research and clinical practice involving the neurological, hormonal, and immune complications of AIDS and HIV disease. My Protocol now applies to all ages and disease types.
The Nemechek Protocol renews health by supporting the body’s ability to control inflammation, and strengthen both the neurological and immune systems. These are the cornerstones of healing and health.
A core element to Autonomic recovery is the recent discovery that when inflammation is lowered our natural mechanisms start to heal our brain. Recovery involves consuming core nutrients that mimic the historical balance we got from our foods over the past hundreds or thousands of years. When the brain has those core nutrients the inflammation levels will shift and the body can repair itself again through the production of progenitor stem cells. Stem cells are referred to progenitor cells which essentially means they can turn themselves into any specialized cell the body needs to function. Progenitor cells are our ultimate internal power tools.
We used to think we were born with a certain number of stem cells that would eventually run out, and then our body would eventually break down. But now we know we can make stem cells throughout the duration of our lives.
The reduction in metabolic inflammation has been shown to increase the production of stem cells in the brain and nervous system, heart, lung, liver, pancreas and kidney, even into advanced age. Stem cell production results in tissue and organ repair with renewed function and health.
The Nemechek Protocol is not just for those battling a chronic illness or persistent symptoms. Many of these same principles are extremely beneficial for disease prevention and normal aging as well. The fundamentals of the Nemechek Protocol can help you ward off a host of medical conditions and ensure you enjoy all your years to their fullest.
SECONDARY FACTORS TO AUTONOMIC DYSFUNCTION OR DISEASE
Autonomic Dysfunction alters our digestive tract and our intestinal bacterial flora, so do certain OTC or prescription medications or anesthesia. These contribute to or cause an imbalance of our own intestinal bacteria leading to a condition known as Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth or SIBO. SIBO is rapidly being recognized as a major driving force for many illnesses such as anxiety, headaches, chronic fatigue, eczema, autism, heartburn, constipation, as well as diabetes and high blood pressure. SIBO makes make us intolerant to certain foods, and makes us feel bloated or cramped after meals. Treating SIBO is a part of Autonomic recovery.
Autonomic Dysfunction and SIBO also affect our brain’s ability to correctly control our hunger level, and when damaged leads to a state known as overnutrition.
Overnutrition is when we consume more fuel from our foods and drinks than our body can handle. The excess energy we consume pours first into our fat cells, then it pours into our organs and causes direct damage and more inflammation. Interestingly, the omega-6 fatty acids in our food supply adds to this false hunger so the foods we eat can make us hungrier.
Other ailments such as tobacco use, chronic viral infections, chronic alcohol use, autoimmune disorders, genetic mutations, and periodontal disease are all significant contributors of metabolic inflammation and modern diseases.