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What is
Micronutrition Cellular?

Micronutrition Cellular, also called Active Cellular Nutrition, is an integrative treatment, complementary to conventional medicine, that helps to solve health problems thanks to improvements in nutrition not only by a proper diet but also by using nutritional supplements obtained by natural sources.

It is designed to optimise our cell function by restoring the body’s equilibrium, frequently disrupted by the environment, lifestyle and unsuitable dietary habits.

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The importance of Micronutrition Cellular

Micronutrition is a branch of functional medicine - a personalized, systems-oriented model
that empowers patients and practitioners to achieve the highest expression of health by working in collaboration to address the underlying causes of disease.


It is an evolution in the practice of medicine that better addresses the healthcare needs of the 21st century. By shifting the traditional disease-centered focus of medical practice to a more patient-centered approach, functional medicine addresses the whole person, not just an isolated set of symptoms.

How does it work?

Research studies clearly indicate that a large percentage of patients live with significant micronutrient deficiencies. These deficiencies cannot be easily noticed, but they are able to cause a variety of health problems that are seemingly unrelated to the diet. We can follow a healthy and regular diet and still not nourish our cells properly.


This is due to a poorly balanced diet, excessive consumption of processed foods, refined sugar and flour products, and insufficient consumption of fruit, vegetables, and vegetable fats.

In addition to poor dietary habits, there are also other factors that disrupt the proper functioning of cells, such as the overuse of painkillers or the frequent use of antibiotics. Every day we are also exposed to electromagnetic radiation which is harmful to our health, coming from computers, mobile phones, TV, or microwave oven.


All these factors may induce minor but troublesome inflammatory processes in the body and consequently, ailments,
known today as civilization disorders. Micronutrition, thanks to the proper, individual selection of a diet and supplementation based on macronutrients, vitamins, microelements, fatty acids, probiotics, and prebiotics, gives the opportunity to counter all these threats.


Today, we already know that there are numerous health problems that result from intestinal dysbiosis, oxidative stress, food intolerances, cell deficits, drug abuse, environmental pollution, poorly balanced diet, and liver detoxification disorders. These problems include various allergies and skin disorders, bronchial asthma, joint pain, weight loss or gain, hormonal disorders, constipation, diarrhea, thyroid disease, chronic fatigue, memory problems, insomnia, and many others.

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Micronutrition Cellular Treatment

Micronutrition treatment is divided into stages. It starts with completing a special
questionnaire, aimed at defining your lifestyle and eating habits. This is followed by a
consultation with a micronutrition specialist, who will be able to create your individual functional and nutritional profile.


Next, it is time to conduct several personalized tests that will allow for a detailed
diagnosis of the existing deficits. This may include the analysis of micronutrients (such as
fatty acids, antioxidants, minerals, carotenoids, etc.), and the assessment of the function of
hepatocytes, immune system, neurotransmitters, intestinal cells, and the microbiome (flora
inhabiting the intestines).


On the basis of these results, a micronutrition specialist will be able
to create your individual action plan, apply appropriate targeted supplementation, propose a
nutrition model tailored to the identified disorders, and indicate the necessary changes in
lifestyle. None of the elements of the therapy is accidental - they are all based on highly
specialized diagnostic tests and individually tailored to the patient's needs.

What diagnostic tests may be indicated?

  • nutritional parameters (protein profile and levels of vitamins, microelements, antioxidants, carotenoids

  • inflammatory parameters

  • risk factors for atherosclerosis and other civilization disorders

  • intestinal profile ((calprotectine, beta-defensine, IuAs, Candida spp)

  • profile of fatty acids (saturated, unsaturated and trans)

  • condition of the immune system (with lymhocyte typing)

  • neurotransmitter levels and their activity

  • oxidative stress and the condition of body antioxidant defense system,

  • intenstinal microflora (aerobic and anaerobic, bacteria, Clostridium difficile, Candida spp.)

  • DNA of the intenstinal microbiome

  • faecal culture

  • metabolites of intestinal bacteria in urine

  • parasites that may inhabit the gastrointestinal tract (diagnosed with the use of specialized stool tests and traces of parasite antibodies in the blood)

  • Helicobacter pylori (stool antigens, levels of antibodies)

  • markers of intestinal inflammation (calprotectin, beta-2 defensin, secreting IgA antibodies, M2PK, EPX protein, lactoferrin, alpha-1-antitrypsin),

  • intenstinal permeability („leaky gut” syndrome)

  • food allergies and intolerances

  • hidden heavy metal poisoning (mercury and lead)

  • extended perinatal diagnostics

First Consultation

The first consultation takes about an hour. Before the consultation, you fill in a questionnaire on the basis of which the Micronutrition specialist creates a functional profile of the patient, i.e. the analysis of the areas of the body that need support and determines the nutrition model.

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