If you want to look and feel your best, consider taking nutritional supplements. Vitamins and minerals can complement a healthy diet and encourage optimal well-being. At Generations Family Practice Wellness Center, laser treatment specialist Laurie Glodowski and the team offer supplements from Pure Encapsulations®, PureGenomics®, and Ananda. To learn more about supplements, call the office in Cary, North Carolina, or book online today.
Supplements are nutritional aids that contain ingredients like vitamins, minerals, enzymes, or amino acids. Typically, they come in pill or capsule form, but there are also supplement powders, drinks, and energy bars.
You might think supplements aren’t necessary if you eat a balanced diet and exercise regularly, but that isn’t always the case. Taking the right supplements can boost your energy levels, reduce your risk of health problems, and improve your quality of life.
The team at Generations Family Practice Wellness Center offers a wide range of supplements, including:
Pure Encapsulations is the number one supplement brand recommended by health care professionals. Each Pure Encapsulations product is formulated with pure ingredients and backed by science. What’s more, the supplements don’t contain any unnecessary additives or allergens.
PureGenomics provides personalized genetic reports to help you optimize your nutrition and weight. At the beginning of treatment, your Generations Family Practice Wellness Center provider draws a sample of your blood and sends it to a PureGenomics facility.
Technicians at PureGenomics analyze your sample and use it to develop a DNA-based nutrition plan. If necessary, the secure platform can even collect information from existing 23andMe® or Ancestry® DNA test results (if you have them).
The team uses your PureGenomics blueprint to make diet and exercise recommendations that help you lose weight and keep it off. They can also use your blueprint to recommend supplements from Pure Encapsulations.
Ananda is a manufacturer of vegan, precision-dosed CBD tinctures, topical ointments, and edibles. CBD, or cannabidiol, is one of many derivatives in the marijuana plant. CBD doesn’t get you high, but it does offer a variety of health benefits.
After a review of your medical records, a physical exam, and a discussion of your goals, the team at Generations Family Practice Wellness Center can make recommendations that align with your needs.
Nutritional supplements are safe and usually well-tolerated, but they can present risks. That’s especially true if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding. If you’re thinking about starting a new supplement, make an appointment with the team at Generations Family Practice Wellness Center first.
To see if you’re a candidate for nutritional supplements, call the office or book an appointment online today.