Definition of a Nutraceutical:
|“Food, or parts of food, that provide medical or health benefits, including the prevention and treatment of disease.”Dr. Stephen DeFelice, Foundation for Innovation in Medicine|
Nutrition is central to living a long, healthy, high-quality life. Nutrient deficiencies drive illness and chronic disease, in addition to causing disturbing symptoms, such as weight gain, insomnia and decreased cognition and memory.
To ensure the proper assimilation of nutrients, not only do you require a nutritious diet, but also proper digestion and absorption via a healthy gastrointestinal tract. The goal is to maximize these as much as possible, getting most of the nutrients you require from your diet. Then based on who you are genetically, where you live, what you do, and what you are exposed to – as we are all different –determines what supplementation is recommended for ultimate wellness.
Comprehensive lab testing helps determine nutrient deficiencies, food allergies, sensitivities and intolerances, as well as toxins that may inhibit nutrient absorption and utilization by the body.
Our team will provide knowledgeable guidance on nutrients, and information on whether supplemental support is recommended for you. We will guide you in choosing quality supplements. Poor quality supplements offer poor value and cost you money in the long run.
We carry many successful well-known product lines including:
We have selected these Nutraceutical companies because they meet the highest Good Manufacturing Practices ratings, they meet the highest quality of standards required by the FDA for dietary supplements, and they are leaders in healthcare and supplemental research.
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