We hear some common questions about wellness. Some of the most frequent questions are about improving energy levels, getting better sleep, lab tests and cleanses. We have a full team of experts who can help with all your wellness needs and questions.

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Certified Clinical Nutritionist Nikki Drummond led the discussion on how to naturally improve issues such as anxiety, ADD/ADHD and memory loss in our children. Although the focus for the evening was on children’s health, Nikki passed along some essential information for people of all ages. Even if you were not able to join us this week, Nikki shared four tips on how to improve your brain health and overall wellness.

So what are the four pillars of brain health?

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Do you struggle with managing weight, hair loss, fatigue, depression, hot flashes, poor sleep, infertility, muscle loss, or decreased libido? These issues are increasingly common, but some of the most difficult symptoms to diagnose. Comprehensive lab testing provides our patients with information and knowledge about the function of their body that they typically do not receive from their conventional doctor visits.
We have a variety of tests that can help pinpoint any underlying issues with hormones, micronutrient deficiencies, food sensitivities, and imbalances of the gut bacteria. This will allow for the appropriate course of action to correct any sort of deficiencies or imbalances.

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Muscle testing is a form of applied and behavioral kinesiology, which tests for many different ailments, both physical and emotional. It is a non-invasive way to evaluate the body’s imbalances and assess the specific needs of the person based on the Chinese meridians, or energy pathways. The goal of this type of testing is to determine how to best balance the mind, body and soul. 

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Maybe you aren’t feeling motivated to eat better, exercise more, drink less caffeine or make any number of the positive lifestyle changes quite yet, but New Year’s resolutions are upon us. Making a lifestyle change is challenging; everyone has tried...

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An article in Harvard Women’s Health Watch titled “Why it’s hard to change unhealthy behavior — and why you should keep trying,” states that a certain model applied to various health behaviors can help lead people through the changes. First developed...

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As pharmacists, we are comfortable optimizing drug therapy through various medication therapy management programs by utilizing patient-specific information. The information from our patients and their doctors then helps drive patient-specific drug regimens. This could not be truer for our compounding...

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The holidays are a maze of food temptations, but winter is also a great time to enjoy healthy, seasonal produce. Many of these fruits and vegetables already have a well-deserved spot on our holiday plates. Here are five of our...

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The holidays are upon us. Alongside the festive social gatherings and temptations to indulge around every corner, comes the bloating, the weight gain, the general overindulgence. No wonder we all need to detox come January! Here are ten tips from...

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Winter in Austin is a beautiful time of year. However, for many, sneezing, itchy eyes and flu-like symptoms reside alongside the moderate temperatures, clear skies, and holiday festivities. If you are one of the lucky ones not affected by cedar...

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