Quantum Functional Energy Medicine: The Next Frontier of Restorative Medicine
Michael J. Gonzalez, PhD
Nutrition Program, Department of Human Development, School of Public Health, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Elizabeth Sutherland, ND
National University of Natural Medicine, Portland, OR, USA
Jose Olalde
Nutrition Program, Department of Human Development, School of Public Health, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico


Functional medicine
Energy Medicine


Living systems may be thought of as complex, nonlinear, dynamic, self-organizing energetic and field phenomena with negative entropy. At the highest level of organization, each life form may possess an innate biologic field, or biofield. This energy field maintains the integrity of the whole organism; regulates its physiologic and biochemical responses; and is integral to development, healing, and regeneration. Energy medicine refers to several systems that work with energy fields of the body to help restore health. Many energy-related therapies challenge the current biomedical paradigm because they cannot be explained by conventional biochemical or physiological mechanisms. Quantum physics is a better paradigm with which to understand these therapies.



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