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Eastlake Acupuncture

East Lake Acupuncture

Introduction to Nutritional Medicine

Nutritional medicine incorporates and expands on conventional medicine by adopting the things conventional medicine does well – such as laboratory testing – and choosing a different approach where conventional medicine is lacking. This often means finding natural alternatives and supplements to medicines that create unwanted side effects and inhibit natural processes. Nutritional medicine is predicated upon the belief that the body is capable of powerful healing and regeneration when supported by diet, high quality supplementation, and exercise. 

 

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Nutritional medicine and proper supplementation can address a wide variety of ailments, including:

  • Weight gain
  • Fatigue
  • Brain fog
  • Depression
  • Autoimmune/Thyroid imbalance
  • Gastrointestinal symptoms
  • Female hormonal imbalance

Your Nutritional Medicine Plan

  • Nutritional dietary changes
  • Medical supplement regimen
  • Exercise program

You will need to get to work! Yes, your body won’t heal itself if you keep doing the things you’ve always been doing. You will need to commit to real, lasting change in order to rediscover a healthy, energetic, and vibrant life.

Most clients do best when they commit to the plan for 4 – 9 months. Don’t expect perfect health to happen overnight, but if you stick with the plan, you will notice positive change over time!

Nutritional Medicine and Acupuncture

Nutritional medicine and acupuncture are both part of a holistic health modality that believes in the body’s ability to heal itself from many physical, mental, and emotional ailments. As such, nutritional medicine and acupuncture complement and enhance the effectiveness of each other.

If you are receiving nutritional medicine treatment through proper supplementation, acupuncture can help address chronic pain or stress that you might be feeling. If you are currently receiving acupuncture, then nutritional medicine can help address and eliminate the causes of your pain, stress, or other ailments.

We encourage you to ask us about acupuncture in combination with nutritional medicine to determine if you should incorporate them together into your current treatment.