Clinical Nutrition

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Good Health

Isn't that what everybody wants? High energy, mental clarity, full function and absence of disease well into old age. If that's what you want, the FirstLine Therapy program can help.

With numerous studies showing that our North American diets to be inadequate and that two-thirds of deaths each year are from nutrition-related illnesses, we have placed appropriate emphasis on this vital area. Both Dr. Fabrikant and Dr. Kibel have thousands of hours of graduate nutritional education and experience.

Our leading edge assessments and education programs are second to none and will go a long way toward ensuring that you do not succumb to the many nutrition-related diseases.

Dr. Barry Fabrikant and Dr. Carolyn Kibel are certified FLT Healthcare Providers. FirstLine Therapy is a therapeutic Lifestyle Program based on extensive scientific research demonstrating that many of the chronic diseases associated with aging can be prevented by or even treated by adopting a healthy lifestyle, for example: Heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, metabolic syndrome, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, cancer and Alzheimer's disease.

When it comes to health, nutrition can have a huge impact. The right diet and supplements may not only make it easier to maintain a healthy weight but could encourage stronger bones and muscles. Good nutrition may also boost the immune system and otherwise improve various biological processes. If you’re looking to craft a healthy diet, it’s wise to work with a chiropractor who specializes in nutrition. If you'd like to work with chiropractors who specialize in nutrition in Plainview, NY, visit the Fabrikant Chiropractic Office and speak with Dr. Barry Fabrikant or Dr. Carolyn Kibel.

Not every chiropractor specializes in diets. However, the chiropractors at Fabrikant Chiropractic have helped countless patients improve their nutrition and we can help you as well.

The Benefits of Good Nutrition

It’s hard to overstate just how much a healthy diet and appropriate nutrition can make. It’s estimated that up to two-thirds of deaths are linked to nutrition in some way. A good diet may reduce the risks of cardiovascular disease, arthritis, Alzheimer’s disease, and much more.

Proper nutrition may also reduce the risk of serious diseases. If you’re already suffering from a chronic disease, nutritional adjustments may help your body fight the disease and engage its own natural healing processes. This could improve your long-term prognosis and provide short-term relief.

The right diet and supplements may also reduce inflammation and pain. Nutrition is crucial at every age. A healthy diet can supercharge childhood development, and later in life, it may reduce the effects of aging.

A balanced, nutritious diet may also improve focus, memory, and more. This could lead to better performance at school or work. 

Looking to improve your nutrition in Plainview, NY? Contact the Fabrikant Chiropractic Office and speak with Dr. Fabrikant or Dr. Kibel.

What Goes Into Good Nutrition

Each patient must be evaluated carefully. Often, this starts by examining your current diet and identifying potential deficiencies or risks. It’s also important to outline goals early on. Do you want to increase sports performance or lose weight, for example? Each diet should be crafted with these end goals in mind.

A chiropractor can work closely with patients to evaluate their diet and then make recommendations based on current shortcomings and long-term goals. You may have to adjust your eating habits, and often, supplements are recommended. There is no one-size fits all solution to proper nutrition, but a nutritional chiropractor can provide customized advice and support.

Want help with improving nutrition in Plainview, NY? Dial 516-681-4567 to reach the Fabrikant Chiropractic Office and speak with Dr. Fabrikant or Dr. Kibel.

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