Holistic Nutrition is the art of choosing food and nutritional supplements that nourish the body and provide essential mineral and vitamins to achieve optimal health and vitality. This art is flexible and follows the laws of nature. It requires a positive frame of mind and an active body. Consultations with our pharmacists and staff will help you develop strategies to realize your vision for wholesome, energetic living.
What is Holistic Nutrition?
Holistic nutrition is the use and preparation of whole, alive, quality foods supplemented with required additional nutrients to provide optimum care to the body. Holistic nutrition considers the whole body – how food and nutrients are digested, absorbed and assimilated, as well as the relationship between food, emotions and spirit.
A Whole Health Approach
As a health conscious population, we are beginning to understand and accept that what we put into our bodies can not and should not be taken lightly. The choices we make effect almost every aspect of our overall health and well being. Our ability to perform, physically and mentally, to battle illness, to deal with stress, and possibly to prevent disease rely on an adequate or perhaps optimal nutritional intake. Ultimately, the cells in our bodies are built from the raw materials we take in. The more suitable our food and nutritional supplement choices are to specific requirements, the better cell structures we can build.
Clients may obtain guidance in the following areas:
- Healthy Eating
- Family nutrition: Children, Teenagers, Seniors
- Women’s Health: PMS, Menopause, Prenatal Nutrition, Pregnancy or Lactation
- Osteoporosis Management & Prevention
- Men’s Health
- Cholesterol and Blood pressure lowering
- Diabetes Management
- Yeast Infection
- Weight Loss
- Weight Gain
- Gastrointestinal Health – Gluten Intolerance, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome/Crohn’s Disease/Ulcerative Colitis, Reflux Disease, Constipation
- Attention Deficit Disorder
- Acid/Base Balance
Your physician or health care practitioner can and should be advised of any information or recommendations. Please continue to seek the medical care of a licensed physician or health care practitioner.