In part two of this two part series on allostatic load, more detail will be presented to make the concept of allostatic load more understandable, particularly in relation to the underlying hypothesis of this series. This hypothesis suggests that allostatic load principles can be used to not only better explain the true causational nature of virtually any client case presentation, but how to better and more cost effectively address the metabolic imbalances that are having the greatest impact on loss of quality of life. In particular, emphasis will be placed on simple and cost effective methods of assessment and implementation that can be used to both identify and optimize these metabolic imbalances.
Dr. Jeffrey Moss, DDS, CNS, DABCN graduated from the University of Michigan Dental School in 1974 and practiced dentistry in Grand Rapids, Michigan up to 1985. Having employed clinical nutrition in his practice for six years, he decided to use this experience and enter the professional supplement industry. In 1992 he founded Moss Nutrition Products, Inc., which provides nutritional supplements to health care professionals. In addition, since 1987 he has written, for professionals, a monthly newsletter for professionals of review and commentary on many of the most controversial and cutting-edge issues that face clinical nutrition practitioners today. He also co-authored the text, Textbook of Nutritional Medicine with Mel Werbach, M.D. Finally, Dr. Moss has been a member of the faculty of the University of Bridgeport masters program in nutrition since 1999 and is currently teaching about vitamins, minerals, and assessment in his classes. Dr. Moss is also an adjunct faculty member at Hawthorn University.
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Dr. Jeffrey Moss, DDS, CNS, DACBN