By Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© April 2016, L.D. Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
Definition. Loading is a technique used in nutritional balancing science in which we give babies and children who have a fast oxidation rate greater quantities of supplements than are indicated by their size and weight. The increase in supplement dosage is up to about 20%.
Most babies and children up to the age of 3 to 5 are fast oxidizers. Having a fast oxidation rate is not necessarily helpful for these children, and loading helps relieve this situation.
Those familiar with engines know that in some situations, one must put a load on an engine when testing it or running it. This means to attach to the shaft of the engine some kind of work for the engine to do. For example, it could be to turn a heavy shaft, or run a piece of equipment.
If there is no load on the engine, it does not perform the same way, and running some engines with no load on them can even be dangerous, in some cases.
WHY DOES LOADING WORK IN NUTRITIONAL BALANCING?
1. Children have a high level of etheric energy. This is a kind of reserve energy. Loading may enable a child to use some of this energy for healing in a way that would not be possible without loading.
2. Loading may act in a way similar to a load on an engine. That is, it may cause a childŐs body to react differently to a nutritional balancing program.
DOES IT WORK IN ALL CASES?
This is a research area. It definitely helps some children. I will report more about it as we learn more.
ARE THERE CAUTIONS WITH LOADING?
So far, it is very safe. Any time one gives more supplements to a person, there is some possibility of mild symptoms such as loose stools from magnesium, or sleepiness from calcium and magnesium. Rarely, a child may become too active due to loading. So far, these are not big problems. One can always reduce the dosages if these occur.