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Nutrition Advice

What we eat determines everything in our lives.  The entire make up of our health is set on chemistry.  Thus health is good chemicals in vs bad chemicals out.  This is further complicated by what is a good chemical for one person might be a bad chemical for another.  For instance, while peanuts might be fine for one person, they can kill another.  Even other normally healthy foods like avocados or coconut oil can have negative effects on one person in the house while being very helpful to another member of the same family.

Changing the amount of food, when that food is eaten, or what foods you eat it with can affect symptoms like fatigue, depression, ADD/ADHD, asthma, muscle soreness, muscular strength, and muscular endurance as well as many more things.  No athlete should go through their season or their off season training without proper nutrition.

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Nutrition Supplements

While nutrition is often what we eat it is entirely about what chemicals come in and go out of the body.  For this reason, it is often a requirement that supplementation is used.  However, many people do not know what they need.  Many people have genetic issues, or just a higher need because of stress.  There are several ways to determine this from blood work to eastern medicine muscle testing, or both.  Dr. Chalmers has spent the last 15 years working on nutrition and now consults for other doctors and people all around the world for these issues.

Nutrition can very well be the difference between winning and losing, scholarships and not going to college, or even health vs disease.  It is recommended that you take your nutritional chemistry very serious.  If you have any questions please call the office at 214-446-5300.

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