CHRONIC FATIGUE


Tired of feeling tired all the time? So often people attribute fatigue to working too much, aging, kids, stress, or not sleeping well. While a small part of these reasons may be true, there is an even greater underlying problem:  inflammation. We know this is true because even after “putting your feet up”, exercising, or other common interventions, most people are still feeling tired. Exhausted. All the time.

At A to Zinc Nutrition, we recognize that at the most basic level, fatigue is chronic inflammation. Reducing inflammation is what we specialize in. We use the MRT® (Mediator Release Test) to help identify foods that are causing inflammation as well as foods that are least inflammatory. We use a second blood test to measure vitamin and mineral deficiencies. Working with our Registered Dietitian and Certified LEAP Therapist will ensure success in reducing inflammation through foods and restoring deficiencies of specific nutrients that restore energy, enthusiasm, and time to live life to the fullest!

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