Optimal Cellular Biochemical Activity (OCBA): A major tool for disease prevention.
Most people working in the medical sector develop molecules for the treatment of diseases. In contrast, the Institut Pierre Delbet uses cellular technology to develop dietary strategies in order to ensure the prevention of disease. When cellular biochemical activity is optimal, the cells use their health capabilities, and disease becomes the exception, rather than the rule.
For example, osteoporosis is often considered as a disease of old-age. Accordingly, with the onset of old-age, it is ‘normal’ to experience osteoporosis and to have treatment for it.
According to Cellulogy, osteoporosis is not a disease of old age, but rather a problem related to diet. By encouraging OCBA, we ensure the prevention of osteoporosis, at no matter what age. The use of anti-osteoporosis medicines becomes unnecessary, and the effects of the disease on personal and family life, as well as the physical and economic consequences, do not occur.
This fundamental approach to health using cellular technology has important and measurable consequences. An absence of osteoporosis, to return to that example, means an absence of : bone pain, physical changes; vertebral collapse or deformation with consequences for breathing and digestion; loss of autonomy, which in certain cases means admission to a geriatric institution; psychological knock-on effects; de-socialization; difficulty performing everyday actions; hunched posture. It also means an absence of femoral neck fractures, along with various post-operative complications such as: ulcers, phlebitis, embolism, infections, muscle loss, lack of bone healing, vascular problems, prosthetic rejection, dislocation, etc. It is also the absence of domestic modifications aimed at improving autonomy, installation of a stair-lift, installation of a shower rather than a bath, hand rails, creating space to maneuver a walking frame... I would finish this non-exhaustive list with a fracture of the right wrist (for a right-handed person) or the left wrist (for a left-handed person), and the resultant limitations for everyday life; the considerable side effects of medicines; and the direct and indirect financial costs resulting from this illness. Given that in the year following an artificial hip implant, between 10 and 20% of patients die, 40% need a walking-aid, 75% are no longer autonomous, and 95% have difficulty climbing stairs, it is obviously preferable to avoid this disease in the first place than it is to treat it – and this observation is surely valid for all diseases.
Disease being just the final stage of a series of earlier processes, research at the Institut Pierre Delbet aims to put a stop to these processes by enabling OCBA. The causes having disappeared, the disease does not manifest itself, and the body remains in good health.
The solutions developed by the Institut Pierre Delbet enable the body to handle viral, bacterial and toxic attacks in real time, without the need for molecules created by the pharmaceutical industry, and enables the effective prevention of metabolic diseases, such as cardio-vascular disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, depression, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, and osteoarthritis – simply by using the health maintenance abilities of the cells. The results are striking, in that most diseases simply do not manifest themselves.
To ensure OCBA, our cells need macro- and micro-nutrients. But, our modern diet contains too many macro-nutrients, and not enough micro-nutrients. Once you know that cellular enzymes need the micro-nutrients to function, and to metabolize the macro-nutrients, you can better understand the dead-end that our cells find themselves in whenever there is a lack of micro-nutrients.
The Institut Pierre Delbet studies the impact that micro-nutrients have on metabolic enzyme activity and on OCBA; and identifies the most efficient means to transfer these micro-nutrients from our food to our cells. The microbiota plays an essential role in influencing the extraction and transport of these micro-nutrients via the intestine and the bloodstream to the cells.
We have seen that in order to ensure the optimal amount of micronutrients to our cells, there must be sufficient micronutrients in our diet. Our intestines must also ensure the maximum extraction of these same micronutrients. The microbiota, a masterpiece of the digestive system, ensures the intestinal management of micronutrients. The microbiota is considered as an organ in its own right by scientists. The microbiota is a biofilm that completely covers our body. The bacteria which make up the microbiota break down dietary fiber, synthesize vitamins, produce fatty acids, play a part in the sensation of satiety, control the passage of micronutrients across the intestinal walls, and represent our immune system’s first line of defense.