Optimal nutritional supplementation varies depending on our age, gender, and lifestyles. Our Healthy Lives Wellness Centers provides general health information and pharmacist product recommendations designed especially for you. Visit our Healthy Bodies and Health Concerns for nutritional information related to specific body functions and health conditions.
Click on one of the links below to see Wellness Plan Pharmacist Recommendations, Related Health Concerns and Additional Information on each of the health issues.
Everyone wants more energy and vitality. Developing a healthy lifestyle is paramount to more energy and vitality. Being physically active, eating a healthy diet, keeping our weight within normal ranges, getting plenty of restful sleep, reducing the stress levels in our lives, and maintaining a positive mental attitude are all components of a healthy lifestyle. More >>
Nutrition and heredity (or genetics) are probably the two most influential factors governing health and longevity in men. Other aspects of lifestyle, such as work, activity, exercise, stress levels, and chemical exposure, are also important to men’s health as well. More >>
There is a growing body of scientific information supporting the use of natural dietary supplements for many common health concerns. Our Health Concerns Wellness Centers provide general health informationMore >>
Good mental health means having good intellectual function as well as good mood balance. Good intellectual function helps protect against various memory disorders and dementias of old age. Good mood balance keeps us from slipping into such emotional illnesses as anxiety and depression, or other various types of mood swings. More >>
As we age, our body becomes more vulnerable to degenerative conditions and illness. We become more concerned about a variety of conditions related to the heart and circulation, nervous system and brain, bone density, and many other body functions. Practicing a healthy lifestyle in general does much to aid in reducing the severity, as well as preventing the onset of these age-related conditions. More >>
Stress results from a physical or psychological situation that puts pressure on the body’s natural balance and sense of well-being. Whether we like it or not, stress occurs as a regular part of everyday life. Work deadlines, family concerns, pain, traffic, economic pressures, as well as job promotions, new homes, and marriages are examples of sources of stress in our daily lives. More >>
Women need special attention to maintain optimal health through their body’s many changes and cycles throughout life … most notably menstruation, pregnancy, and menopause. A woman’s nutritional and lifestyle requirements modify each time her body passes into another phase. More >>