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Consequences of Addiction: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

November 6th, 2007 · No Comments

Dr Charles GantCharles Gant, MD, PhD, is a leading orthomolecular physician who has practiced complementary medicine for over 30 years. Dr. Gant is nationally recognized for devising nutritional and detoxification interventions for nicotine, alcohol and substance abuse, ADHD along with other common, chronic medical and psychological problems.

Dr. Gant has also authored or coauthored books such as: “End Your Addiction Now”, and “End Nicotine Addiction Now”.

He recently gave a presentation at the Beyond Talk Therapy: New Frontiers in Addiction Treatment Symposium in Sacramento, California. His topic: Introduction to Integrative Addictionology – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. The video presentation is a ‘must see’ for anyone who wants to learn about effective treatment without drugs.

Video notes:

Consequences of Addiction
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

1) Depletion of nutrient molecules (The Good Stuff gets worse)

2) Increases Toxicity (The Bad Stuff gets real bad)

3) Depletes and causes imbalances in hormones and neurotransmitters causing The Ugly to get uglier.

Toximolecular treatments of addictions increasingly worsen clinical outcomes

Orthomolecular treatments improve and increasingly counteract toximolecular treatment and improve clinical outcomes.

Dr. Gant quote from the video:

Psychotropic toxins mimic natural stress hormones and neurotransmitters and trick the brain (and person) into believing something positive has happened, while simultaneously having a toxic, injurious effect!

No exceptions! All psychotropic drugs.

The idea that a drug will balance brain chemistry is a myth, it’s a lie. Any consumption of a psychotropic drug will unbalance brain chemistry more than before they took it – period. No exceptions.

If you are searching for answers for addiction treatment for yourself or a loved one, you must view this video.

Click on the link: Dr. Gant Addiction Video

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