Adrenal Fatigue – Enhancing Quality of Life for Patients with a Functional Disorder *

Published in: ALTERNATIVE & COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES—OCTOBER 2002 Authors: Chris D. Meletis, N.D., and Wayne A. Centrone, N.D., A.T.-C. The human organism is bombarded with an incredible variety of stresses at any given time. Stress can be categorized in an equally dizzying number of ways. There are both chronic and acute stressors. There are somatic stressors…

Natural Approaches to the Prevention and Management of Diabetes Mellitus*

Chris D. Meletis, N.D., and Ben Bramwell According to facts and figures provided by the American Diabetes Association, there are an estimated 15.7 million people in the United States with diabetes. Approximately 5.4 million of these people have not yet been diagnosed.1 The hyperglycemia resulting from types I and II diabetes mellitus can lead to multiple challenges for the person with diabetes. Patients…

Basic Nutrient Support for Proper Immune Function*

Chris D. Meletis, N.D. An ever increasing number of patients are presenting to primary care practitioners with immune dysfunctions and various common infections. Of course, the challenge for a practitioner who is faced with such a patient is to intervene acutely while addressing the underlying cause of the illness to prevent a chronic pattern from developing. Proper nutrition is truly the best approach to preventing…