Nutrition Is Important

Most people searching for nutrition services have trouble finding a program that works for them. After all, it's not easy to escape the sugar and carbohydrates present in many food products that populate the shelves of grocery stores. However, the notoriety that some macronutrients have is largely undeserved. In reality, carbohydrates are necessary for your continued health. The real challenge is deciphering the food labels and figuring out which carbs are right for you.

Nutritional Assessment

Feeling Tired? Feeling Sick? Can’t lose weight? Sore joints?  The SBN comprehensive blood panel offered at Venture Chiropractic is a 53 point analysis to check all your major body systems. This tells us how to get you back on track and to feel better. 

What do you get?

  • Individualized supplement recommendations & dosages specific to test findings, age, sex, & weight of the patient
  • Dietary recommendations
  • Color-coded report to quickly identify problem areas.
  • Compare color-coded current and previous test results on the same page
  • Incorporates multiple factors for each condition or diagnosis, including the patient’s symptoms, medications, blood tests, hair tests, and urine tests
  • Complete laboratory analysis to document and monitor current disease processes and tendencies toward disease.
  • Correlation of tests results with symptoms, lifestyle habits, or medication side effects that could contribute to the abnormality.
  • A comprehensive list of lifestyle recommended based upon the patient’s individual test results.

We would be happy to share more information about these services and what we can do to help you feel better.  Do not wait until things are bad enough for medication or surgery.  Call us today, and we will get you started on the path to optimal health!

Nutrition Is Core To Your Health

An abundance of nourishment that can be derived from meals is found in the form of carbohydrates. A carbohydrate is a type of macro nutrient along with protein and fat. It is of vital importance to get your daily recommended amount of calorie intake through these macronutrients. Carbs are generally found in plant-based cuisine. However, this naturally occurring nutrient is now overused in a number of refined foods that overuse starches and sugars. Sugar is the most natural form of carbohydrate available. It arises from a unique assortment of the molecules oxygen, hydrogen, and carbon. The difference in the arrangement of these molecules results in the multiple forms carbohydrates can come in. The organic sources of carbohydrates include:

  • Whole Grains
  • Vegetables
  • Fruits
  • Nuts
  • Grains

Nutritional Products

We carry a variety of high-quality nutritional supplements.  Quality control is a concern in the supplement industry as the government poorly regulates it. The supplements we carry are GMP and NSF certified. They are tested by third-party facilities to ensure they meet label claims on dosage and are easily broken down by the body or are bio-available. The purity of ingredients, reliability of claims, and products’ effectiveness are why we choose only companies that carry certifications as our trusted health partners. 


When the body gets exactly what it needs, it can heal from the inside out!!!

Three Kinds of Carbohydrates

  1. Fiber: This kind of carb is created through the chaining of multiple molecules of sugars. It is important to note that are two types of fiber: soluble and insoluble. Fiber can be found in healthy foods such as lentils, almonds, peas and broccoli and much more.
  2. Sugars: There are two general groups of sugars: organic and added. Organic sugars are found in a variety of fruit while added sugars can be found in pastries, soda, and sweets. The key difference between the two sugars lies in the natural sugars; tendency to also pack key nutrients like fructose. On the other hand, added sugar provides almost no nutritional value besides pure energy. The human body is designed to run on organic sugars and has adapted to deriving this energy from a number of healthy foods such as carrots, bananas, and pineapples.
  3. Starch: This brand of carb is also a result of the chaining together of sugar molecules. Good sources of starch that are natural include vegetables and grains.

A Healthy Diet

  • Legumes: This family of food is as diverse as it is delicious. Legumes encompass a wide variety of beans and are an excellent food that packs a punch on a budget. This mighty food group provides your body with the building blocks for a healthily functioning brain and skeletal system. Some scientists believe the key to cardiac health is choosing legumes over red meat!
  • Fiber-Rich: Be sure to choose fiber-rich foods such as vegetables and fruits. A good rule of thumb is to opt for fresh varieties as opposed to those in cans. This is because manufacturers often opt to use preservatives to keep those vegetables and fruits edible. Fiber-rich foods are essential in allowing you to maintain a proper circulatory system.
  • Low-fat Dairy: Dairy is an amazing source of nutrients. Apart from offering everything from calcium to vitamins, it also comes in a variety of fat options that allow it to meet the needs of just about any healthy diet. Consuming low-fat dairy is linked to a lower risk of heart attacks and related circulatory system issues.
  • Whole Grains: There are many kinds of grains. However, they can easily be organized into two distinct groups: whole and refined. Every kind of grain has carbs, minerals, and vitamins. It is considered a best practice to opt for whole grains because of their organic origin. The fact is, natural grains are not manufactured like refined grains. In addition, research shows that whole grains are able to hold more of the important nutrients (such as antioxidants) as opposed to their refined counterparts.
  • Added Sugars…NEVER! The facts plainly show that there is no valid reason for added sugars in your diet. While they may offer a sweet escape from time to time, added sugars over time can lead to an unhealthy weight, tooth cavities, cardiac issues, and more! It's best to stay far away from this deceptively sweet menace!

It Can Be Confusing to Navigate the Complex Relationship Between Food and Nutrition

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