Do you have a Nutrition Guide?

Have you asked yourself, or your doctor, health practitioner, holistic doctor…. How many grams of carbohydrates, protein, and fat should I eat?

How many calories should I eat per day?

What should I eat?

Doesn’t “everyone” need a probiotic, fish oil, calcium, etc?

The answer to all of these questions is really the same.

We all have a body with many variables; Gender, age, body composition, etc. We are each unique.

Different environments (current and growing up), different genes, different foods and water consumed, different toxic exposures, different immune systems, different metabolism. These differences make the needs of each person variable. Meaning not everyone is deficient in the same nutrients. Not everyone burns the same amount of calories per day. There is no one size fits all diet. 

Here are some things we all need.

We all need nutrition. We all need some supplementation. We can’t get everything we need for health from the food we eat. We all require healthy fat, protein, vitamins, and minerals to survive. We all require clean, healthy water. But, the needs of each person are unique.nutrition-guide-help-thenhcaa

Come and see us or talk to us on the phone. Let us help you. Let us develop a nutritional program designed for you as an individual. See how you feel. If you feel better and symptoms improve we have another success for ourselves and you. No harm can come of feeding your body well.

Our testing methods and nutrition recommendations work because we are supplying foundational needs of the body with whole food supplements. We help you correct the function of the organs by supplying vitamin and mineral needs. We help you find the cause of the problems and symptoms you might be having. And, we help you correct the reason why they are happening.

In case you weren’t aware, we have a Long Distance Nutrition Patient Program and a Long Distance Nutrition Travel Package.Check them out!

Looking forward to helping you with your individual needs soon.

Yours in health,

Kerry
 Cradit
B.S. Nutrition and Food Science

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