THE ESSENTIAL FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW
You simply cannot underestimate the importance of diet on your general well-being. Though medical conditions may be expertly diagnosed by your practitioner, rectifying any nutritional imbalance plays a vital part in assisting a complete recovery.
“I EAT WELL. DO I NEED NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS?”
The environment is increasingly becoming polluted and not just through the air and water that we breathe and drink. Agricultural pollution is one of the worst forms of pollution affecting the food that we eat and water we drink.
“AREN’T THE EXISTING NUTRIENTS IN FOOD ENOUGH?”
The truth is, the modern western diet is woefully inadequate when it comes to providing many essential nutrients, nutrients that the body needs to restore energy, combat infection, and function properly. Far too many nutrients are lost through the rigors of modern food processing: chemical farming techniques, preservatives, refining, overcooking, even microwave ovens, all take their toll. Add to that the disproportionate levels of saturated fats and sugar which are present in so much of today’s food. Little wonder that, in such a situation, sick, injured or depleted bodies need additional help from nutritional supplements, let alone supposedly healthy people!
“HOW CAN MY PROVIDER HELP?”
The nutritional approach to healthcare addresses root causes rather than symptoms. Better nutrition provides nutrients that are essential for the proper functioning of the immune system. Your provider can help by recommending to you a program of nutritional supplements for your special dietary needs, supporting your return to health and helping to prevent further illness. Your provider is highly trained and committed to help you maximize your individual lifestyle. Nutritional supplements can help achieve this by replacing nutritional losses, restoring vitality, and building up defense mechanisms against illness. The program of supplements recommended by your provider will play an essential role in eliminating existing deficiencies. It cannot be overstated how important it is to complete the full program prescribed by your provider. Your provider will provide you with all the help you need. All you have to do is ask.