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Nutrition/Lifestyle

Despite how much is spent on healthcare in the U.S., our population's state of health is poor. And it's getting worse.  Much of this can be attributed to an environment that continues to get more toxic, increased stress in our daily lives and an abundance of processed food that is filled with chemicals, empty calories, sugar, salt and fat.

Improving the body's function through basic dietary and lifestyle changes while decreasing the many stresses from the environment is critical to improving health. This is where nutrition and lifestyle services can help.  Find out more about the nutrition and lifestyle services at Natural Horizons Wellness Center:

Herbal Medicine Products
Herbal Therapy
Intravenous Vitamin Therapy
Lifestyle and Nutrition Counseling
Stress Management
Weight Management


Common Questions

  • What types of doctors/practitioners make up the team at Natural Horizons Wellness Centers?

    Our team at Natural Horizons Wellness Centers includes:

    • Biologic Dentists (DMDs and DDSs)
    • Medical Doctors (MDs)
    • Holistic MDs
    • Naturopaths (NDs)
    • Acupuncturists (L.Ac.)
    • Chiropractors (DCs)
    • Colon Hydrotherapists
    • Massage Therapists

  • What is Natural Horizons' approach to optimizing wellness?

    In order to optimize one’s wellness, we examine all current habits and lifestyle choices. Once we have this information, in some cases, it will simply require balancing some of these things, while in others it requires major modifications in lifestyle. Areas we regularly address are:

    • Nutrition
    • Exercise
    • Sleep
    • Relaxation
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Stress Related Factors
    • Detoxification
    • Psycho-Emotional Well Being

    Optimizing wellness also requires identifying stresses or traumas (infections, toxins, emotional upsets, physical imbalances, nutrient deficiencies, etc.) and eliminating them so the body can heal itself.

  • What should I bring to my first appointment?

    Please bring all recent medical records, including lab work, test results, x-rays, scans, and any other information relevant to your condition.

    If you have downloaded our Patient Intake Form, or received it by mail, please fill it out completely and bring it with you to your first appointment.

    If you have not received the Patient Intake Form, please arrive approximately 20 minutes prior to your appointment, so that you will have ample time to fill it out prior to seeing your doctor.

  • What is integrative medicine?

    Integrative medicine combines or “integrates” the best that allopathic or conventional medicine has to offer, with the best that alternative disciplines have to offer, all directed at the identification of the “source” of illness or disease, and the resultant treatment of it. Integrative medicine focuses on treating the cause of a disorder as opposed to just treating the symptoms.

  • How do I find out if I have allergies?

    An allergic reaction is an abnormal reaction of the immune system resulting in many symptoms that can include a rash, hives, nausea, dizziness, fatigue, a runny nose, itchiness and diarrhea. It can also lead to chronic illness.

    To determine if an allergy to a substance (allergen) exists, there are several tests that are recommended. A provocation test injects a potential allergen under the skin to see if a skin reaction (red welt) occurs. A positive test indicates an allergy to that particular substance. Another test combines a person’s blood serum with the potential allergen in a test tube. A cloudy reaction demonstrates an allergic reaction to that substance.

    Finally, muscle testing (ART) may suggest possible allergies or sensitivities by a weakened muscle response, upon the body’s exposure to the substance in question. Determining allergies is important to direct one’s nutrition; to uncover an underlying cause of illness, to assist in detoxification and to direct therapy. Allergy elimination (AET) is a critical therapy in treating chronic illness.

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