Ian Nesbit, ND

Nuancing "Wilson's Syndrome"


AANP 1999 Convention ~ Coeur d'Alene, Idaho

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The biochemistry of human life depends on a stable core temperature of 98.6F and remains at peak efficiency only within a few tenths of a degree variation. Significant pathology is associated with temperatures that are either above or below the normal range of 98.3-98.9F. In this presentation, Dr. Nesbit addresses a brief overview of the evolution of thermoregulation and then discusses the etiology of a few of the diseases associated with low body temperature.