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Good health… it’s what we all want — and what you deserve. But for many of us, this most precious birthright is sabotaged by heart disease, cancer, hypertension, diabetes, high cholesterol and other diseases.  

But good health means much more than the absence of disease. High energy, mental clarity and full function are all part of maximum vitality.

If your goal is to live a long life full of vigor, without disease, then Ask the Pharmacist can help.

Would you like to take fewer medications — or perhaps eliminate them all together?

Do you wonder if there's a better way to stay healthy? (You know deep down there is!)

Do you question whether you're doing the right things for your medical condition?

You CAN Help Beat Cancer, Heart Disease, Osteoporosis and Other Ailments with Nutrition Therapy

Most medical conditions — like diabetes, obesity, arthritis, high blood pressure, hypertension, kidney disease and cardiovascular disease — are treated with prescription drugs.  

Did you know that many of these drugs actually deplete your body of essential nutrients? And that this can cause your condition to get worse?

Fortunately, you can reverse this downward spiral by helping your body heal itself.

 

Introducing Medical Nutrition Therapy for a Healthy You

In Medical Nutrition Therapy, nutrition-based treatment follows evaluation of a patient's nutrition status. This treatment can range from changes in diet to providing specialized therapies.

Medical Nutrition Therapy can support your body and help you achieve your health goals. Best of all, in many cases Medical Nutrition Therapy can help cut down — or eliminate — the medications you're dependent on now.

 

Ask the Pharmacist Helps with All Your Health Needs

Whether you have questions about vitamins, herbs, prescription drugs, or diet, you can get all the answers in terms you can understand. Ask someone who takes the time needed to get to know you and your unique conditions. Get recommendations about things that can help: recommendations backed by science.

Just ask the pharmacist!

 

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