A Whole Food Approach
The majority of our country's population indulges in what is considered the average American diet containing large amounts of refined and processed foods, some of which have limited or minimal nutritional value. As a result of this, we aren't eating enough of the fresh foods that are naturally high in nutrients like vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients that help the body thrive and maintain health. This can have quite an affect on you physically, manifesting itself in ways such as your ability to handle stress, muscle spasms in your legs, or a constant feeling of fatigue just to name a small few.  Almost everyone can benefit from supplementing their diets in order to bridge this nutritional gap, which is where Standard Process and our Nutritional Systems Analysis come in. 

The purpose of our Nutritional Systems Analysis, besides determining which systems in your body may be lacking nutritionally, is to make you think. The report that we compose as a result of the survey indicates which bodily system(s) are responsible for controlling the types of symptoms that you are experiencing. The supplements recommended are designed to give support to the areas of your body that coordinate these functions. If you get relief from the symptoms, and your test findings improve as a result of these small supplemental and diet changes, we must assume that the dietary change and/or adding nutritional supplements are "feeding" your cells, tissues, organs or glands the required nutrients that were missing or deficient in your diet. The nutrients did not cure your symptoms; the properly functioning cells, tissues, organs or glands did.

This is much different than the approach of traditional medicine which targets and relieves symptoms by taking over the function instead of correcting what caused the problem to occur in the first place. When the body reaches a point where it can not function on its own, medicine is required and can be miraculous. Before your body requires medicine we want you to consider making a change in food choices and supplements to enhance your body's ability to function as designed.

"There is a battle going on between those who are trying to promote better nutrition, and the food manufacturers who insist on making products worse so that they can be sold for less."
Dr. Royal Lee