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At our Clinical Nutrition and Chiropractic office in Layton, we believe that the pursuit for optimal wellness is an active process of making choices toward a more healthy existence.

We strive for objectivity in nutritional healthcare and provide clear chiropractic options in structural healthcare. We help Layton residents reach optimum health, so they can reach their fullest potential in life.

Fibromyalgia

 

Fibromyalgia effects many people with pain/lack of sleep/depression, etc. One may turn to medicine and lifestyle changes for relief. We have found in our office a unique method of treating Fibromyalgia. Not only do you get relief, you may experience total relief as many of our patients have. One of our patients have said: “Thank u for all u have done for me. I slept for the first time for nearly a year. I’m not perfect but u fixed me up nicely. I appreciate it!! Thank you” – L.E.

         Contact us for a FREE evaluation to see if we can help and to learn about our unique methods of treating Fibromyalgia.

 

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Recent Newsletters

Crash Diets and detoxes: are they necessary? (February 2019)

There are hundreds of detox diets and programs out there that promise the consumer quick fixes for weight loss, improved energy, better digestion, and other reasons.  For many of these people, they may have been indulging in an unhealthy lifestyle for too long...

FAT is Important, Here is WHY! (January 2019)

Dietary fat serves many important functions and is good for the body when the right fat is consumed.  Secondly, having excessive adipose tissue—body fat—does not denote that a person lacks self-control or will power, but is the result of an inappropriate diet.  Humans...

High Fructose Corn Syrup, What’s the Big Deal? (December 2018)

We’ve been told to avoid high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) in our daily diets, but what is it? It is a particular type of sweetener that is derived from cornstarch. In order to create high fructose corn syrup, enzymes are added to glucose and converted into another...

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