Updated: Jan 29, 2021
Research shows that many people take supplements in an effort to compensate for years spent living an unhealthy lifestyle. This is a bad practice in general, as the most important thing you can do for your overall wellness is to incorporate a healthy lifestyle through whole health and nutrition programs. Part of our mission at Body & Mind Coe-Dynamics is to provide the most up-to-date nutrition information available, so that you can live the best most vital life possible.
Even though Americans spent $6 billion last year on supplements, the rates of most chronic diseases are unchanged, and others are on the rise. Unfortunately, as referenced in an article on Dr. Mercola’s site, many of the supplements on the market contain added fillers and additives that block absorption of the nutrients they are supposed to contain. In addition, many contain “flow agents” to keep ingredients from sticking to manufacturing agreement, as well as other potentially toxic additives, such as Magnesium stearate, which can cause possible harm to your intestines and suppress cells that are key components of your immune system, and Titanium dioxide, which has been shown to cause autoimmune disorders.
If you do choose to take supplements, make sure to research whatever you choose to put into your body—nutrition information is critical!
Body & Mind Coe-Dynamics offers nutritional counseling services, as well as high quality products manufactured by Quantum Research labs. These premier products are held against unwavering standards of excellence to ensure toxic-free, extraordinary product purity. We also offer Quantum Reflex Analysis (QRA), an accurate rapid testing and self-treatment program that can not only test the quality of products, but also determine if they are the right product for a person and at what quantity. Come in as soon as you can so that you can learn about our whole health and nutrition programs and find the highest quality nutritional products to help you adopt the healthiest, tastiest lifestyle possible.
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