The Hinz
A unique and healthier approach to Parkinson's disease care.

Marty Hinz, MDThe Hinz Protocol

Based on Parkinson’s disease research, which started in 1997, Marty Hinz, MD developed The Hinz Protocol. Obtaining optimal results under the Hinz Protocol is not easy. Self-treatment will never achieve optimal results. Medical doctors who personally have Parkinson’s disease find it impossible to obtain optimal results with self-treatment. They need to be under the care of another doctor. Much of the decision making required under the Hinz Protocol is counterintuitive (the opposite of common sense) and requires formal training. There are three groups of people using the nutrients defined under the Hinz Protocol.

  1. Medical professionals personally trained by Marty Hinz, MD. These caregivers meticulously follow the protocol to achieve optimal relief of Parkinson’s disease symptoms and halt the progression of symptoms caused by the nutritional collapse.

  2. Medical professionals who have not mastered the protocol while attempting to prescribe the Hinz Protocol nutrients. Under this approach, the patient obtains some relief of symptoms. But, there is no achieving optimal relief of Parkinson’s disease symptoms and halting the progression of symptoms caused by nutritional collapse usually does not occur. If you are not sure if a caregiver is following the Hinz Protocol ask, “Are you doing “pill stops” or using the “2-1-3-4-8 protocol followed by GI consult as needed” to manage nausea?” If the caregiver is not using “pill stops” or using the “2-1-3-4-8 protocol” followed by a GI consult as needed, the caregiver is simply passing out nutrients and not managing under the Hinz Protocol.

Access these gold standard definitions based on our scientific writings with Google search. The National Institute of Health results of our work is displayed. When the search displays, click on the top result:

Search “Relative Nutritional Deficiency”
Search “Carbidopa Death”
Search “L-dopa Overdose”


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