Nutritional Advising

"The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease."
Thomas Edison

Our diet is the foundation for our overall well-being and health. Like any other living organism on this earth, without correct nutrition, our bodies will simply start to breakdown and fail us. A balanced diet which is rich in fruits and vegetables provides our bodies with the best tools to assist optimum organ function, large supplies of vitality and energy to cope with day-to-day life, and the maintenance of a strong immune system to ward off disease

We are all aware that eating more fruits and vegetables is as fundamental to a healthy nutritional plan or program as drinking more water, consuming more omega 3 essential fatty acids, or eliminating sugars from the diet. While most vegetables are good, some are clearly better than others from a nutritional standpoint. The rule is - the greener the better - and of course some red, yellow, and orange colored vegetables are healthy also.

The importance of fruits and vegetables has been repeatedly drummed into us since childhood by parents and grandparents. While we all know that fruits and vegetables are good for you, many of us are still in the dark when it comes to getting all that one needs.

With today's lifestyle, and the quality of food and soil in which our food is grown, we know it is very difficult to get the nutrients that we need. That is when quality supplementation is needed.

With all the supplements that are available to purchase today, literally thousands, we have found a few that we find worthy to recommend. These supplements are prescribed to help bridge the gap for what should be consumed through a healthy diet and to be taken instead of a healthy diet.

Standard Process - Detox and Whole Food Products

Liquid Essentials – Daily Multiple Plus+

Liquid Essentials – Calcium and Magnesium

Liquid Essentials – Glucosamine

Liquid Essentials – Energy and Stress