whole food

You are what you eat and drink.

What You Eat and Drink

Eating the foods most appropriate for your body with consideration for how your body metabolizes that food is fundamental to weight management. It’s important to eat food that provides nutritional value. Nutrient-rich whole foods will provide a complex combination of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and enzymes needed to protect the body and promote optimal health. Drink pure spring, reverse-osmosis, or distilled water out of reusable water bottles made from plastic-free of bisphenol A (BPA), stainless steel, or glass. The benefits of water are numerous, from cleansing the kidneys and supporting healthy skin to improving concentration.

Track Eating Habits

Tracking daily food intake can help you develop an awareness of eating habits and call attention to sugars, refined carbohydrates, and other foods that may be poor dietary choices. Complete the daily record of food intake at www.standardprocess.com /7-essentials and reassess. Standard Process offers products that support a healthy diet and lifestyle. Your chiropractor will help you select the most appropriate products for your specific needs.  Catalyn®: supplies multiple vitamins and naturally occurring minerals for complete, complex nutritional supplementation  General Health Daily Fundamentals: convenience packs provide foundation maintenance support to help patients maintain optimal health. The Importance of Nutrition and Adjustments

Pairing a clean, nutrient-dense diet with high-quality dietary supplements is an excellent way to ensure you are getting the nutrients that support good health. Doctors of chiropractic provide care in a variety of areas, including a healthy diet and nutritional supplement suggestions. Standard Process dietary supplements are an excellent way to support the body nutritionally. Get Adjusted, Get Aligned Get your spine and joints adjusted regularly to improve the alignment of your structure.  Adjust your lifestyle and eating habits to include real food, frequent exercise, and positive self-management of your thoughts.  Make a commitment to get your life into alignment structurally, nutritionally and emotionally.  These changes will put you on the path to better health and well-being.


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