Dr. Hasveni Chellamuttu visited Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham and gave a talk on "Immune Dysfunction and Cancer - What we can do as holistic practitioners", on February 2, 2018.

Immune dysfunction is an all-inclusive term that speaks of the vulnerability of the various protective systems of the body toward degenerative diseases such as cancer.

This lecture examined the many factors creating such vulnerabilities as we know them to date.

Dr. Hasveni examined toxic elements of the environment that are most crucial to raise awareness to, including

  • heavy metal poisoning,
  • electromagnetic disturbances (EMF),
  • gut microbiome as it is disturbed by wrong diets and food chemicals,
  • and the crucial organs that may lend eventual cause of many disorders including cancer.

Dr. Hasveni Chellamuthu is a holistic medical practitioner in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and has practiced in several clinics specializing in functional diagnostics and orthomolecular as well as homeopathic care.

Currently she is practicing in Spectrum Of Life Integrative Wellness Centre as a naturopath and primary consultant.

She has studied under several of the world’s leaders in complementary medicine including Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt (Germany), Dr. Daniel Beilin (USA) and Dr. Lim Yew Cheng (Kuala Lumpur).

Her expertise ranges from diagnostics including dark-field living blood analysis to dynamic regulation thermography, as well as biological terrain manipulation by alkalization of the tissues by specific supplementation and dietary therapies.

Recently she has attended a world congress (Germany) on the Ketogenic diet and the human microbiome, - a new and promising field of disease treatment and prevention, immune dysfunction by understanding past trauma and helps individuals to release factors that contribute to their illnesses via the central nervous system.

Her current interests cover immune dysfunctions such as cancer, and augmentation of the microbiological influences in pediatric disorders such as autism.

Dr. Hasveni Chellamuttu

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2018-02-02 10:15 to 11:15
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International Programs