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THE PLAN

ASSESS

First, we assess your current health. Through a comprehensive biomarker blood test, we will be able to identify your sources of inflammation and imbalance.

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SUPPLEMENT

Once we have a clear image of your body's current state, we will be able to recommend medical grade supplements to support your system.

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Finally, we can educate you on what foods to eat and what to avoid. We can also set you up with an organic meal delivery service offering personalized, balanced, and wholesome meals.

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OUR SUPPLEMENT LIST

Multivitamins offer a lot of trace minerals and vitamins that are difficult to obtain from food. It also prevents you from having to swallow 100 pills every morning. Taking a daily multivitamin can help speed illness recovery, improve cognitive function, improve energy, and improve prenatal health. Take your daily multivitamin with food to prevent any cramping or stomach problems.

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Vitamin D is actually a hormone and when we are deficient it can wreak havoc on our bodies. Some of the things Vitamin D has been shown to help is chronic inflammation, immune dysfunction, and depression. Taking 5000 IU is like getting 10 minutes of sun per day. Since Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin it is best absorbed while consuming fat. Take with a meal high in fat, or with fish oil.

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MAGNESIUM – This mineral is used by over 250 processes in the human body. So it
goes without saying that his is important to take. Too little magnesium causes the nervous system to go into overdrive. Those deficient in magnesium can suffer from depression, high stress, headaches, and difficulty sleeping. Not only is it critical for rest and stress recovery, it has also been shown to help maintain healthy blood sugar levels and normal blood pressure.

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ANTI-INFLAMMATORY BOTANICALS – These are a combination of herbs, nutrients and proteolytic enzymes for regulating the body’s inflammatory response, supporting the natural clearance of proteins, and supporting healthy lymphatic drainage. The ingredients in Inflammatone™, the supplement we recommend,  provide natural anti-inflammatory effects and protect against oxidative stress.

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Fish Oils – This one has a lot of buzz around it for a reason. This supplement is packed with healthy fats that are sometimes difficult to get in a diet. It improves insulin sensitivity, increases metabolic rate, and is a natural anti-inflammatory due to its high omega-3 concentration. This helps offset the high omega-6 consumption that many western diets have.

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PROBIOTICS – These are bacteria that are naturally found in the stomach, but
when supplemented can provide many more health benefits. They can aid in digestion, vitamin and mineral absorption, body fat reduction, and inflammation. Some studies suggest they can also prevent cellular damage from alcohol and NSAIDs such as aspirin.

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CoQ10 – This is critical to the cellular ATP (energy) production cycle. It also reduces free radicals present in your system. Nearly every disease studies has been shown to be associated with a reduction in ATP and an increase in free radicals, which makes CoQ10 an ideal supplement.

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How Does Inflammation Affect You?


  • Inflammation is an increasingly relevant issue among Americans. The pharmaceutical industry is promoting bad health for their own benefit, forcing us to rely heavily on medication. As a result, Americans are marching towards failing health and chronic disease.

  • Inflammation has been linked to almost every chronic disease that exists. This makes sense because inflammation is our body’s response to a disruption or illness.
    Some diseases that inflammation is connected to are depression, type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and irritable bowel disease.