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Claudio Frasson has been a doctor for over 20 years, deal with nutrition since 9. He was a general surgeon in Italy and the USA, He has often been in the United States to deepen my skills. In 2010 he graduated from Master's Degree in Population Nutrition and Food Safety and became a nutritionist. During the master he have mainly studied the skills on human micronutrition; subsequently he was a speaker several times at the international NUTRIMI congress, He wrote in Italian magazines for national dissemination, but above all he forged himself with the title of contract professor from 2013 at the Master 2 level in Food quality and safety University of Padua. He's co-supervisor of numerous Master's theses. In 2013 he was invited to report on micronutrition at the Miller school of Miami Diabetes Institute.
Essential micronutrients (EMNs) are defined as nutrients that cannot be synthesized by an organism and are more easily acquired through the diet. Minerals, which are obviously essential micronutrients, are cofactors or integral elements for at least one of our organism's proteins. Therefore, it is not very important to differentiate macronutrients in diets, but rather to take various foods, optimizing, increasing, the contribution of EMN: all this is fundamental, for maintaining the optimal state of health. I applied these principles, based on the Mediterranean diet, on a fair number of patients 602 from 2012 to today obtaining excellent results (about 98%), for those who have admitted to having followed the food plan precisely , on relevant signs or symptoms that affect their sexual and social work life. These patients decreased mass and water retention, increasing mass and basal metabolism and breaking down visceral fat, falling in most cases. The group I bring for example 56 patients with essential arterial hypertension who have reduced or even stopped their drug therapy; 57 with various dyslipidemias that had similar benefits to those for hypertension, with the discontinuation of the use of statins in 90% of cases; 18 patients with type 2 diabetes had benefits on basal blood glucose and on a drastic reduction in the percentage of glycated hemoglobin, and consequently the decrease in drug therapy. In conclusion, the micro nutritional diet based on the Mediterranean diet, rarely offered both by specialists in the sector and by media around the world, as well as having a vast literature to confirm its validity, is a great way to eat healthy and nutritious that it certainly brings psycho socio-economic benefits, but basically maintains an optimal and long-lasting state of health.