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Institut Pierre Delbet

The Institut Pierre Delbet is a humanitarian research organization whose aim is to enable a significant improvement in life expectancy in good health. Particularly interested in diseases linked to cellular biochemical deficit, our institutes naturally take the name of a leader in this field, Pierre Delbet.

Our aim is to use OCBA (Optimal Cellular Biochemical Activity) to put an end to cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis, depression, burn-out, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, osteoarthritis, and many other diseases. OCBA, which constitutes cellular know-how in terms of health, would allow the prevention of 70 – 80% of these diseases. This ambitious project rests on one fundamental principle: health is a cellular competence.

Optimal Cellular Biochemical Activity to prevent diseases

While most medical researchers develop new molecules in order to treat diseases, the work of the Institut Pierre Delbet uses cellular expertise to ensure their prevention. Because the disease has not begun, treatment becomes unnecessary.

The Institut Pierre Delbet develops solutions which allow the body to handle viral, microbial, and toxic attacks, and prevent most of the metabolic malfunctions which are the cause of many illnesses. Our teams’ primary objective is to ensure Optimal Cellular Biochemical Activity, allowing the immune system to effectively prevent metabolic illnesses. Results to date are striking – most of the diseases simply do not manifest themselves.

The costs of achieving such a result are so small that it is possible to think in terms of a global democratization of health. In this, the work of the Institut Pierre Delbet forms the basis of a veritable health revolution for all humanity.
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A humanitarian objective born of a frightening statistic

Today, 3.1 billion people in the world – one in two people – are affected by cardio-vascular, cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis, depression, or a combination of these diseases. According to the WHO, by 2050 this figure will increase by 30%.

These figures do not take into account the huge increase in cases of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, osteoarthritis, or the other diseases related to immune system problems and to cellular biochemical deficit.

Despite scientific progress, despite the amount of money spent on research, and despite the ever-increasing quantities of medicines prescribed, medical science seems incapable of stopping the progression of these diseases – suggesting that these approaches will not lead to solutions for the current explosion of pandemics.

Work at the Pierre Delbet Village, involving 4985 villagers at Moapé in the Côte d’Ivoire, returns to the principles of Cellulogy and optimal cellular biochemical activity. You can follow progress of the Moapé villagers’ health, and take part in one of the most important revolutions of the 21st Century.
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Redefining health

« Health is a cellular competence, characterized by the ability of each cell in the body, in conjunction with other cells, to ensure all of the biochemical reactions for which it is responsible ».

Every one of our 10,000 billion connected cells knows perfectly the biochemical processes necessary to ensure our health. A single requirement: provide these cells with sufficient micronutrients to perform their duties.

The programs developed by the Institut Pierre Delbet allow this objective to be achieved and minimize the use of medicines and treatment, because the illnesses linked to cellular biochemical deficit do not appear. Everyone, whatever their origins and their financial means, becomes able to manage their own health, and the right to health becomes a reality.