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7547 Waterside Loop Rd. Suite B

Denver, NC 28037 US

704-827-6560

Standard Process Nutrition

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Why Whole Food Supplements?

As a nation, we eat poor-quality foods that have been stripped of nutrients. We do not consume enough fresh fruits and vegetables. Many of us get our whole grains from instant rice, refined wheat breads, pastas, and cereal. We eat a tremendous amount of prepackaged, pre-made meals. One-quarter of Americans eat at fast food restaurants each day. Americans are overfed and undernourished.

We eat plenty, but we are still starving

The foods we eat are not providing our bodies with the nutrition it needs to survive and be healthy. We are starving our bodies and we are sick. We suffer from diabetes, heart attacks, obesity, and the list goes on and on.

There is good news

Given proper nutrition, the human body has an amazing ability to heal itself. If properly fed and given the right nutrients, the human body is designed to repair itself.

To do so, we need to eat a healthier diet, exercise, and take high-quality supplements made from whole foods. Whole food supplements supply our bodies with nutrients we are not getting from our diet, all the vitamins, minerals, trace minerals, and phytonutrients that foods possess in a way that nature intended, in a whole food form.

Only whole food supplements complete the nutrition gap

Whole food supplements are made by concentrating foods for use in supplements. When processed correctly, they supply a multitude of the plant's components. Foods provide nutrients that work synergistically. They work together to provide you with optimal nutrition for good health.

Why do we trust Standard Process with our nutritional needs?

Dr. Royal LeeSince 1929, Standard Process has been dedicated to the field of nutritional supplements and the whole food philosophy introduced by Dr. Royal Lee. Dr. Lee’s goal was to provide nutrients as they are found in nature—in a whole food state where he believed their natural potency and efficacy would be realized.

Following this philosophy, we start with whole foods—foods you might find in the grocery store, like peas, radishes, and beets. Then, like any good cook, we prepare these ingredients in a way that safeguards their nutritional value. The resulting whole food ingredient is then added to a complex formula that may include plant and animal extracts, desiccates, or other targeted ingredients to create the best dietary supplement for each health indication.*

But what exactly is a whole food supplement?

Whole Food Supplement

A complex formula that includes plant and animal extracts, desiccates, or other ingredients as required to create the best dietary supplement for each health indication.

Whole Food Ingredients

Whole food supplements may include foods that are prepared in a way that safeguards their nutritional value. Some of these ingredients are grown locally on our certified organic farm, including alfalfa, barley grass, beets, Brussels sprouts, buckwheat, kale, kidney beans, oats, pea vine, and Spanish black radish. This allows us to control the quality of these ingredients from seed to supplement. Individual components may require chopping, dicing, juicing, and/or drying.

Nutrient density of our ingredients is supported by optimal soil health, precision farming and harvest proximity to processing.Guaranteed purity of farm ingredients: No synthetic pesticides. No herbicides. No GMOs. Period.There’s currently no regulatory definition, so companies are free to make up their own to suit their needs. This lack of clarity has led to a lexicon of misleading terms and a perplexed public.

As the world’s first company to make whole food supplements, we bring authority and leadership to the subject.

The goal of all whole food supplementation is to provide nutrients for the body that are as close as possible to how they are found in nature. After all, it is in this whole food state that nutrition is typically harnessed and presented to the body.

So how does it all work? How can these highly complex structures that combine a variety of elements, all working together, trigger the trophic effects that support the body’s desired and sustainable outcome of balance and homeostasis?

How? Through whole food nutrient solutions.

You can now order direct from Standard Process via our access code.

Simply call the office - 704-827-6560 - then go to this link. Create an account, pick your products, pay, and they'll be shipped directly to your home!

Some of our favorite supplements

  • Catalyn - the world's best multivitamin - Dr. Royal Lee's first product from 1929*

  • Tuna Omega 3 Oil - delivers Essential Omega 3 Fatty Acids*

  • Cataplex B - supports physical and nervous system health*

  • Trace Minerals B12 - combines important nutrients to support enzymatic reactions in the body*

  • Calcium Lactate - supports absorption of calcium and magnesium*

  • Cataplex D - supports bone health, mineral absorption, the immune system, and cellular processes*

  • ProSynbiotic - a synergistic blend of four research-supported probiotic strains and two prebiotic fibers to support gut flora and overall intestinal health*

  • Zypan - facilitates healthy digestion*

  • Drenamin - supports adrenal function and helps maintain emotional balance*

  • Symplex F - supports the healthy function of the ovaries and the adrenal, pituitary, and thyroid glands*

  • Allerplex - supports the body's ability to handle seasonal, environmental, and dietary changes*

  • Saligesic - support musculoskeletal system health and ease the discomfort caused by aches and pains*

  • Gymnema - helps you tame your sweet cravings*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

Closed

Wednesday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I started going 8 years ago when I had hip issues. Now I go to keep healthy. In my 60's, I am now 1/2" taller than when I started going because my spine is straighter than it was (documents with my family physician). Great service, caring staff."
    Leann
  • "Very satisfied with my results when I was going!! Would go back and would recommend this office!!"
    Rhonda
  • "Dr. Atkinson is an excellent practitioner, as is Vivian the in house massage therapist. Their staff is very friendly & helpful."
    Elizabeth

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