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Laying the foundation for total health

In some ways, one could say that diabetes care is a bit like building high-tension wires- certain things have to happen in a particular order in order for everything to stand strong and work together correctly. Wires carry electricity, a form of energy. Humans require energy extracted from food. When the food is empty, there is no exchange of energy. With a poor energy exchange, the human's reserve is depleted, and eventually, excessive depletion leads to a subjective yet susceptible form of malnutrition. Complete health is a learned steady condition. It requires discipline, and the understanding of stable emotions, along with the ingestion of foods with a high biological value, these choices, facilitate, digestion and the distribution of heat energy, oxygen, nutrients and water with minerals to transmit to your cells.

Diabetes cost this country in 2012 $256 Billion.

These concepts apply to your body as well, and diabetes care addresses many common reasons why people experience pain and other health issues. If something is not right with your body's foundation, than that needs to be addressed before true health can be achieved. With diabetes care, your body has to go through a specific plan of care in order to repair and regenerate itself. This disease is a suffocation of all internal organ function. It starts in the mouth and whether you have teeth and don't chew well or have real problems and have several  extractions after root canal, that's the beginning of internal confusion. At The Ehrhardt Center, True nutrition is the science of the enzymatic order of food for the complete exchange of energy with the least amount of expendable energy used. The biological value of food is measured by the least amount of calories sustaining the longest amount of energy. The faster a food turns to energy, and how long it lasts is the key to understanding its value. Example: an egg and a slice of toast are approximately 160-200 Kcal and can last for a calorie expenditure as high 600 kcal depending on the persons  age, gender and weight.. "We do not live from the food we eat, we live from the energy from the food we eat"

We can help you to beat the disease of DIABETES!  It does not have to be complicated.The patient is the most important part of the health care team! REMEMBER! Food with no Energy Gives no Message but Fatigue. NO ENERGY, NO MESSAGE, NO REBUILDING, NO REPAIRING, NO HEALING!

                                          "THATS FOOD FOR YOUR THOUGHT"

Ernest A Ehrhardt I.M.D. N.M.D

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