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Stay on track physically and emotionally

Diet choices affect your quality of life day in and day out. Energy level, concentration, sleep, response time, coping ability and more are affected by the foods we eat and the deficiencies or excesses we develop. Even if you follow the general rules of healthy eating, an individualized dietary analysis can lead to better results. Are you torturing yourself to give up favorite foods when adding one food rich in a particular micro-nutrient would make a bigger difference?

Be well now and in the future

Nutrition also can delay or prevent the onset of some health issues, even ones that have run in your family for generations. You don’t have to be a victim of age or genetics. Did you know, for example, that the likelihood of developing osteoporosis is significantly reduced by a simple dietary change at a specific time of life? An ounce of prevention can truly save your health.

Wellness Associates:

R. Lynne Grace, MSW, LCSW

Kristin Woodling, MA, LMHC, Dr. Teresa Harris, Psy.D., LMHC