Living with pain, inflammation, or a chronic condition? The solution might be in your kitchen. The team at Strong Chiropractic in Neenah, Appleton, and Oshkosh, WI provides functional nutrition to help you naturally and effectively live a healthier life.
What Is Functional Nutrition?
Did you know that food has healing power? It may sound strange to some, but it’s true. Think about athletes and bodybuilders. Yes, their exercise routines help make them strong, but they also eat the foods their bodies need to support that exercise. And after a workout, many of them take in protein, as they know that it’s necessary for their muscles to recover properly.
Those are examples of a particular group of people, of course, but the truth is that everyone needs specific nutrients to fuel their bodies for any task. There are foods that support brain health, heart health, metabolism, immunity, kidney and liver health, blood circulation, and more.
Functional nutrition is a field of study that puts the power of food to work for you in a unique way. Other fields look at your symptoms as separate issues and, therefore, treat those symptoms separately.
Functional nutrition looks at all of your symptoms to find common denominators. It then works to address the root cause of the symptoms by utilizing food to address cellular issues that might be causing your symptoms.
How Does It Work Exactly?
It begins with the experts at Strong Chiropractic in Neenah, Appleton, and Oshkosh, WI gaining an understanding of your symptoms, genetics, lifestyle, and more.
From there, they’ll typically have a good understanding of the root cause – which is often due to an imbalance of some sort. They’ll then provide nutritional guidance so that you can take in foods and nutrients that will level out these imbalances. The result is natural and effective healing from the root cause and the symptoms you’re living with.
Want to learn more about how functional nutrition can help you? Schedule an appointment with the team at Strong Chiropractic today. You can reach the Neenah office at (920) 725-0800, the Appleton office at (920) 831-4110, or the Oshkosh office at (920) 426-9898.