Proper nutrition requires biodiversity and support across all systems of human physiology. We encourage whole-food nutritional strategies that are high in plant fibre2, micronutrient-rich, include healthful fats3, are low in sugar load4, and incorporate live bacteria cultures5 as those found in fermented foods and probiotic supplements. This type of nutrition, along with high-quality natural supplements, can have significant positive health benefit both in the short and long term. Chronic illnesses such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), ulcerative colitis6, Crohn’s Disease (CD), arthritis, asthma7, diabetes8 mellitus (Type 2), anxiety9 and many more show dramatic improvements when adopting a micronutrient-rich diet low in toxic load. In many peer-reviewed journals, the results point to the benefits far outweighing the risks.