Welcome to “Health Rangers” written by Dr. Michael Dority. This captivating series is based on the fictitious characters Dr. Lee Palmer and Dr. Royal Bart. Each short post will reveal a new topic on the idea of Only You Can Protect Your Health. Practitioners can print and handout each post from the link at the bottom to give patients a quick bite of healthy information to take home with them.
Only You Can Protect Your Health
Hello from Dr. Royal Bart and Dr. Lee Palmer! Planning an addition to the family is a bit like building a house. If you remember the story of the Three Little Pigs, you know that the only house to withstand the attacks of the Big Bad Wolf was the one made of bricks. To create new life, you need equally strong building blocks. These come in the form of proteins, amino acids, and natural fatty acids from the food you eat. Just as the house made from straws and sticks could not withstand the Big Bad Wolf, a baby built from a diet high in processed foods cannot withstand the pressures and stressors of life or the Big Bad Wolf of sickness.
Sperm, eggs, and fetal development are all monitored and regulated by the body’s central nervous system—so make sure to provide it with extra support from Standard Process:
- Dad, you can make your offspring grand, great, and beautiful by enhancing your nerve and reproductive health with Standard Process Orchic PMG, Cal-Ma Plus, and Catalyn.
- Mom, support your eggs with Ovex-P. And for a prenatal vitamin boost look to Catalyn and Cal-Ma Plus. Also be sure to enhance your little one’s nervous system development and coordination by utilizing Folic Acid B12 and Neuroplex.
Because the nervous system controls all functions in the body, it must be supported and balanced with regular chiropractic care. This is the best way for all moms and dads to ensure proper nerve communication to the organs of reproduction.
Our bodies are life’s creation. To live in health, we must treat them with care.
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