Nutritional Therapy

Maintaining a healthy diet is one of the most critical elements to improving your health. In order to function to its optimum capacity, the body needs to absorb essential nutrients such as carbohydrates, fats, minerals, proteins and various vitamins. These ensure healthy digestion, metabolizing and excreting which, in turn, leads to homeostasis. This refers to the body’s ability to regulate its inner environment to ensure stability as it responds to changes in the external environment. Poor diets that include foods rich in sugars and fats can contribute to other health issues such as diabetes, heart disease and certain cancers. The more you can incorporate our nutritional counseling tips into your daily choices, the more efficient and thorough your recovery will be.

By maintaining contact with our experienced staff, you will stay current on the latest health trends and remain on target with your projected nutritional goals. We offer our continuous service, encouragement, and nutritional counseling information.  Be sure to ask us during your visits and so that we can give you the best nutritional advice for your circumstances.

We are proud to carry the best in organic supplements, Standard Process.

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Standard Process Quality

Standard Process takes measures to ensure product quality every day. Following strict guidelines, the great majority of the ingredients are grown on their own certified organic farm and they perform repeated testing through the manufacturing process to ensure the quality and safety of the supplements.

Standard Process has always taken great pride in its quality control program. Since the good manufacturing practices (GMPs) for dietary supplements were published in 2007, many companies began to look at quality in the way that we at Standard Process have been doing for decades.

Their scientists work meticulously to guarantee customers receive the highest-quality products. Their quality control unit ensures that their label claims are met and testing is performed after critical stages of production to confirm that the products are free of bacterial contamination. Additionally, shelf-life studies are conducted on each product to make certain that label claims are met throughout the life of the product.


Testing

Repeated testing on various stages of every batch throughout the manufacturing process enables us to ensure quality and safety of our products. On average, a batch is tested six times. Every week, our scientists in our full-scale quality control laboratory perform as many as 1,100 tests on raw materials, in-process product batches, and finished product. We use analytical methods that have been approved by nationally recognized evaluative bodies, including the Association of Analytical Communities (AOAC) and United States Pharmacopeia (USP).

Gluten

In conjunction with the research and development team, the quality control department has internally validated a method approved by the Association of Analytical Communities for gluten testing using the RIDASCREEN (Gliadin) by Biopharm. The testing consists of an enzyme immunoassay to quantify the prolamins that are found in wheat, barley, and rye. In order for a product to be considered gluten free, it would need to contain less than 20 ppm of gluten, according to Codex Alimentarius international food standards. Products listed in this guide with the designation are tested for gluten each time they are manufactured to ensure gluten-free compliance.

Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS)

Standard Process’ quality control department has fully validated and implemented the Laboratory Integrated Management System (LIMS), Nexxis iLAB by Labtronics. The system allows for a centralized storage location for all data analysis conducted by the laboratory. This implementation has improved data analysis by ensuring quality and accuracy of results, providing real time data retrieval, preventing data errors, automating manual calculations and allowing for lab data to be accessed throughout the facility.


While chiropractors prescribe natural, drug-free treatments their focus remains on the body’s ability to heal itself. With factors such as diet, exercise, rest and hereditary issues affecting optimum body functioning, chiropractors will consider a patient’s medical history, past injuries, present symptoms, and postural analysis. Further physical, neurological and orthopedic examinations may be included and, dependent on the findings, patients may be referred to other health practitioners for additional consultation.

Nutritional therapy has evolved as a need for such specialist treatment grows from the persistent nutritional deficiencies that are commonplace in the world today. Stressful environments and a lack of essential nutrients in the daily diet demand additional support to aid the body in preventative health care.

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