R.E. Tent, D.C., N.D., Ph.D
Dr. R.E. Tent is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic and has had a local private practice since 1981. He has “Diplomat” status in the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners and is a member of the International Pain Control Institute. Dr. Tent also has a Ph. D. in Clinical Nutrition.
Dr. Tent has a highly successful local private practice in Novi, Michigan and is highly renowned all over the country for his staggering results in chiropractic and alternative treatment. He has utilized the CRA method in his practice and has become a master of the technique.
He lectures for hundreds of people interested in alternative health. His first audiotape, “Kill the Cravings” has already made it around the world! His lectures continue twice a year and his past lectures are available on YouTube and DVD.
Dr. Tent talks about the strength and flexibility of tendons and muscles due to mineral absorption
Organic foods simply don’t have chemicals. Many organic foods do not have the minerals needed for truly excellent health
Bone broth is one of the most natural and efficient ways to get minerals. Use bones from grass fed animals
Dr. Tent talks about the x ray dangers of CT scans and how to clear out calcium from the arteries
Vitamin K-2 works
Vitamin C is necessary to clear out virus infections
Alkaline water is a big problem lowering vital stomach acid
Fluoride has been shown to make people more passive
Dr. Tent is a big advocate of rebounding and attributes his ability to play hockey and keep up with the “youngsters” several days a week to his many years of rebounding.
Dr. R.E. Tent D.C. on nutrition, mainly minerals as the key to the game, July 5, 2018
July 6, 2018 @ 6:47 pm Ellen
I’m wondering if having probiotic bacteria ferment health-food store minerals (what Dr. Tent refers to as unabsorbable “rock minerals”) would be a good affordable substitute for having plants metabolize the minerals into absorbable form and then eating the plants. I ask this since plants themselves often don’t have access to enough minerals these days and glyphosphate is chelating minerals out of the plants and soil as well. This would be an inexpensive way to get absorable minerals in the amounts we need, as it is really expensive to buy special plant-based mineral supplements. Can we just open up capsules of minerals, mix it in with yogurt and let it sit out on the counter and will those bacteria digest the minerals? Or are there special starter ferments to buy for this purpose?