Would you like knowledgeable guidance on nutrients and supplements? Most people realize that today’s food crops, livestock, and especially processed foods are missing many essential nutrients. Supplementation makes sense for this reason. Surveys show that 80% of physicians use nutrient supplementation. But what is right for you? And which products are truly made of the correct, quality ingredients and not fillers? The thousands of bottles and containers, all with savvy marketing phrases and attractive packages, just add to the confusion. Let us clarify this. We are experts in nutrition and would love to guide you.
Nutraceuticals are a modern approach to health. They combine nutritional supplements/nutritional ingredients with pharmaceutical products, ingredients and knowledge, to create effective products for addressing a variety of health conditions.
Nutraceutical products are derived from food — foods that have healthy benefits. There is a wide variety of products that fall under this big, generic term. Typically, nutraceuticals would include vitamins and minerals, amino acids, and isolated nutrients — beta carotene, for example. Nutraceuticals come in various forms that can include liquids, powders, pills or capsules. Use of them typically involves a comprehensive program with very specific health goals.
Our wellness facility successfully utilizes nutraceuticals to help our patients with a variety of health conditions. There are many specialized nutraceutical products that address specific issues, such as sleep disorders, anxiety and stress, fatigue and lack of energy, obesity, and other chronic illnesses or conditions.
As with all aspects of any wellness program, we thoroughly discuss the recommended nutraceuticals with each client and answer all of your questions, as well as thoroughly explaining how the specific supplement is designed to work and what benefits it will bring.
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