Posted on: November 21st, 2019 by Brandon No Comments

The Essential Ingredients for Stronger Bones

Your body needs a strong foundation, and where better to start than with your bones? In your mid- to late-twenties, the bones in your body start decreasing in mass and density. This puts older adults at risk for a common bone disease called osteoporosis. There are ingredients your bones need for good health that many people simply don’t get enough of. Imagine baking a cake and not putting... Read More

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Posted on: October 10th, 2019 by Brandon No Comments

Tired of Tolerating Food Intolerance?

Do you ever get diarrhea, upset stomach, or occasional headaches after eating? These feelings may be from foods you eat that your body is sensitive to and just doesn’t digest properly. It’s generally good to be tolerant, but you don’t have to put up with food intolerance. If you are tired of unwanted recurring symptoms, there are natural remedies available that can help. What is... Read More

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Posted on: July 24th, 2019 by Brandon No Comments

Because Quality Matters; How to Get the Most Out of Supplementation

When it comes to getting the most nutritional benefit out of natural supplements, there are three main considerations: 1. Quality of the ingredients and manufacturing processes to make the supplement 2. How the supplement is taken 3. How the supplement is stored When I speak with my patients, I explain that each are important for health. Even a quality supplement, if taken at the wrong time... Read More

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Posted on: July 1st, 2019 by Brandon No Comments

With meals? In the morning? When’s the best time?

To get the most out of your supplements, it is important to take them at the right time and in the right conditions. But this is easier said than done. Which supplements should be taken with food, and which are best taken on an empty stomach? Which supplements pair well together, and which do not? Use this guide as a reference to help you develop... Read More

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