General Wellness Condition

A good nutritional support program starts with the intake of essential vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids. We offer a variety of foundation nutritional formulas to address individual health needs.

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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Posted on: January 30th, 2019 by Brandon No Comments

Are Sports Drinks a Good Way to Stay Hydrated?

We all see commercials claiming that sports drinks help boost our energy and athletic ability when exercising or engaging in physical activities. These advertisements promote their positive effects and leave the impression that sports drinks are essential to improving our performance, hydrating our bodies, and giving us an edge. But are these drinks really better than water? What are the scientific reasons to consume sports... Read More

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Posted on: March 16th, 2017 by Brandon No Comments

The “Fit 6” for Health and Wellness

When you were a kid, your mother may have told you, “You are what you eat.” As cliché as it may have been, there is a lot of truth to the saying. Healthy foods have profound healing powers, while unhealthy foods wreak havoc on our bodies. It all seems simple enough, right? Despite what we know through modern science about nutrition, though, many of us... Read More

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Posted on: November 19th, 2016 by Sarah No Comments

Avoid Feeling SAD about Seasonal Depression

Just as the coming of summer gives most people a healthy dose of good feelings and excitement for warm-weather activities, the shorter days and longer periods of darkness that accompany winter are known to cause some mild cases of the “blues” and can cause even more serious levels of outright depression. Most people feel at least some effect from the colder weather and reduced sunlight,... Read More

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