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Energy and Vitality Center

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General Health Information

Everyone wants more energy and vitality. Developing a healthy lifestyle is paramount to more energy and vitality. Being physically active, eating a healthy diet, keeping our weight within normal ranges, getting plenty of restful sleep, reducing the stress levels in our lives, and maintaining a positive mental attitude are all components of a healthy lifestyle. Minimizing destructive habits such as smoking and excessive alcohol consumption are also very important. Developing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle is not always easy, but the rewards are many. Increased energy and an improved sense of well being quickly follow even moderate increases in physical activity or slight dietary improvements. When our bodies are healthy and functioning at their peak, we naturally have more energy and vitality.

Dietary supplements are also an important tool in maintaining energy and vitality. Adaptogenic herbs, ones that help us to adapt better to daily living, such as ginseng and licorice may be helpful. As a result of aging, certain hormones such as DHEA and melatonin may need bolstering with supplements to help revitalize the body. Aging and degenerative diseases can be retarded with the help of supplemental antioxidants. Essential fatty acids help keep our skin and other tissue youthful and supple. Supplementing daily with vitamins and minerals provides further assurance of optimal health and vital energy.

Energy and vitality are the byproduct of a healthy body and healthy lifestyle. It comes from a commitment to avoid destructive habits and embrace healthy ones. Additional supplementation of herbs and nutrients helps to not only maintain but to enhance energy and vitality in our lives.

Wellness Plan

  • Regular, aerobic exercise
  • Avoid smoking and excess alcohol
  • Healthy, well balanced diet emphasizing fruits and vegetables, low fat
  • Stress management
  • Pharmacist’s Supplement Recommendations:
    • Vitamins & Minerals  - all are important, especially B-complex, magnesium, potassium
    • Herbs & Phytonutrients - ginseng, melatonin, licorice, malic acid, aspartate minerals, citric acid, fumaric acid, alpha keto glucarate, pyruvic acid, succinic acid, octacosanol, adenosine triphosphate, dimethylglycine
    • Essential Fatty Acids - omega-3 and omega-6
    • AntiOxidants - coenzyme Q10, lipoic acid, vitamin E, grape seed extract
    • Glandulars - adrenal, pituitary
    • Amino Acids - particularly tyrosine, phenylalanine, carnitine

These products are recommended by licensed pharmacists who have specialized in natural medicines and dietary supplements. For maximum benefit from these recommendations, be sure to read the Wellness Center Guidelines.

Energizer Formula $60.29
This unique combination of antioxidants and other nutrients helps protect mitochondria (our cells’ engines) from their greatest enemy-oxidative damage. It also provides key nutrients that help jump start mitochondria to produce energy for muscles, brain, heart, and other body tissues. Energizer Formula includes several key substances to encourage production of cardiolipin, a crucial phospholipid synthesized in mitochondrial membranes.
Adrenal Health Support $20.37
This supplement was designed to give optimal support to the adrenal and pituitary glands (our energy support system). Our Adrenal Health Support contains adrenal, pituitary and spleen concentrates combined with vitamins A, ,B-6, C, and pantothenic acid providing optimal support to adrenal function thus helping to insure adequate energy production.
Essentials Performance UltraMax $41.49
Daily intake of a high-quality complete vitamin and mineral supplement guarantees us all the optimal nutrients that may be lacking in our foods, when we eat poorly, or when we are suffering from a condition. Vitamins and minerals are part of the necessary building-blocks for the body. Without them, degenerative conditions may develop that undermine our good health. As part of a healthy lifestyle, a daily dose of optimal nutrients helps to ensure that we have plenty of energy and vitality well into our years.
Amino Acids Formula $21.95
This formula provides 20 of the most important amino acids needed by the body to insure healthy protein synthesis. All 10 essential amino acids, which must be supplied by diet or supplementation, are included. All are in their “free forms” which means in their most natural form guaranteeing optimal absorption.
AntiOxidant Essentials $25.25
Antioxidants help protect the body from the ravages of free radicals. Free radicals damage our DNA, cell membranes, and our immune system. They are a major factor in aging, as well as degenerative diseases of the body and brain. Antioxidants are free radical scavengers which neutralize the destructive effects these free radicals. Daily intake of antioxidant supplements as part of a healthy lifestyle helps to ensure the energy and vitality of good health.
Omega Max $18.43
Essential fatty acids are “good fats” that are necessary for the reproduction of cells, throughout life and as we age. We also need them to keep many of the natural biochemical processes of the body functioning properly. They are called “essential” because each cell in our body needs a continual supply of them every day. They are also called “essential” because they must be taken in from our diets or in supplement form. As part of a program to enhance energy and vitality, supplementing daily with essential fatty acids helps to keep our bodies functioning at their peak.

Additional Products for Energy and Vitality

Essential Minerals Vegetable Blend
Super Greens Plus Melatonin 3mg With B-6
Licorice Root

Wellness Centers Related to Energy and Vitality

Brain & Nervous System Cancer
Depression Endocrine and Glandular
Healthy Living Heart and Circulation
Respiratory Seniors Health
Sports and Fitness Stress Control

Additional Information on Energy and Vitality

  • Eating Right and Exercise - excellent publication by the National Institute of Health