turkey for the holidays

Does Turkey really make you sleepy?

The Turkey Coma – It isn’t Tryptophan!

The common belief is that the turkey you eat is loaded with tryptophan, which makes you sleepy after your Thanksgiving meal. While it is true that turkey contains tryptophan, an amino acid precursor for serotonin and melatonin, there is no more tryptophan in turkey than in chicken or beef.

Perhaps the fatigue is related more to the size of the meal consumed, rather than the content? The concept to consider is the important connection between the brain and the gut. In fact, at PureBalance, we believe that health begins in the gut, just as the father of medicine, Hippocrates stated.

There is strong evidence to suggest that microorganisms in the gut play an important role in bidirectional communication between the gut and the central nervous system. In fact, science now considers our gut our second brain.

The Second Brain

Have you ever felt uneasy? Had butterflies in your stomach? This is your second brain, responsible for controlling digestion. Your gastrointestinal tract is composed of 2 thin layers of nerve cells called the ENS or Enteric Nervous System. These cells communicate directly with the brain.

The ENS is comprised of more than 100 million nerve cells that communicate with your brain. Researchers have evidence that suggests that emotional shifts and mood swings may be the result of ENS signals.

With millions of nerves and neurons running between your gut and brain, gut health is intricately tied to brain and overall body health. Since the neurotransmitters and other chemicals produced in your gut affect your brain, scientists believe strongly that by altering the types of bacteria in your gut, it may be possible to improve your brain health, and ultimately, your overall body health.

At PureBalance, we have first hand success with helping stressed and unhealthy bodies by focusing on gut health. Don’t feel tired and bloated this Thanksgiving. Eat a healthy portion, take an after-dinner walk, and try our featured product, MegaSporeBiotic. The bacteria in MegaSporeBiotic will improve your digestion and encourage healthy communication between your gut and your brain!

Turn down the dial on your holiday stress with this month’s featured product – MegaSporeBiotic.  Password: PBhealth


Could This be the Missing Link?

What is MTHFR?

Are You Struggling to Find Solutions to Your Health Problems?

MTHFR is a gene that instructs the body in its production of a certain enzyme called methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase. When you eat food that contains folic acid (a form of vitamin B-9), MTHFR converts the folic acid into methyl-folate an active form of folate which optimizes an incredible number of important processes in your body.

So, you ask, why do I care about MTHFR?

There are mutations in this gene that have been identified that change the way you metabolize and convert nutrients in your diet. These mutations affect everyone differently, but research has shown an association between MTHFR and several health problems including ADHD, Autism, Autoimmune disease, Cardio Vascular disease, Chronic fatigue, IBS, and more.

Migraines, hormone and thyroid problems have also been linked to MTHFR. In addition, MTHFR is also one of the many possible culprits for the development or progression of gallbladder, pancreatic, and liver diseases.

The Bad News

Over 40% of the world’s population has some type of MTHFR gene mutation.

The Good News

There are natural treatments for MTHFR symptoms. A few healthy lifestyle changes and natural supplements can help support your body’s metabolic and methylation processes.
At PureBalance Natural Family Health Center, we are devoted to helping you find solutions to your health concerns. Our patients can get a blood test done at our office to find out if they indeed have this mutation, providing valuable information to fine tune a HealthyYou plan.

Find out more about MTHFR and the natural solutions available to you. Find your HealthyYou!

Call us today at 224-521-1212 to schedule your blood test to find out if an MTHFR mutation is the missing link that is keeping you from feeling your optimal self!


Exciting News at PureBalance!

PureBalance Natural Family Health Center is pleased to announce a new service for our patients; Brain Core Therapy. What is BrainCore Therapy? BrainCore Therapy provides an unique and drugless approach to treating brainwave dysregulation that may be associated with the symptoms of many neurologically based conditions such as:

  • Seizures
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Anxiety
  • Autism
  • Insomnia
  • Migraine and Tension Headaches
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • PTSD

Take advantage of our back to school special - a free 15 minute appointment to find out if you qualify for BrainCore Therapy.

For more information and to find out how BrainCore can help you, click here!


All Disease Begins in the Gut - Hippocrates

This year is my 22nd year in practice and in the words of Jerry Garcia…what a long strange trip its been.  As my knowledge has grown over the years, the types of patients that seek my care have changed.  With allopathic medicine continuing to focus on suppressing symptoms and handing out toxic chemicals with horrible side effects many people sought my help to find the causative factors of their conditions.  The people that have put their trust in me over the years to help them find solutions to their health problems humble me.

Today, approximately 90% of my patients suffer from either a primary digestive issues such as gas, bloating, constipation, diarrhea, leaky gut, irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, candida infection, bacterial overgrowth, and acid reflux, or a secondary digestive issue which I’ll explain in the next paragraph.  The number one reason patients visit their doctor is for digestive complaints.  In addition to these patients I also started seeing more patients suffering from autoimmune conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and hashimoto’s disease.  Many of these patients had horrible digestive symptoms in addition to their autoimmune diagnosis.  Looking for ways to positively influence their dysfunctional immune systems, I learned that upwards of 80% of the immune system resides in the digestive tract.  If I was going to be able to help these patients in any way I needed to find a way to help their digestion. I also saw first hand that patients with acne, eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis often had poor digestion as the source of their symptoms.  Then there were patients who presented with headaches, fatigue, and hormone imbalances and after a complete review of their condition I realized that, in some cases, their digestion was the source of their discomfort. These are examples of what I call secondary digestive issues…the main complaint is not a digestive issue but as soon as you start to dig around for the cause of their symptoms digestion quickly moves to the top of the list.  At some point I realized if I didn’t have an answer to effectively support digestion then maybe a career change was in order.

My search led me to probiotics.
On paper probiotics seemed to be my answer.  I went to the best conferences and listened to the brightest minds.  They taught me that reseeding the bowel with good bacteria was the solution I was looking for.  Supplementing my patients with billions of lactobacillus and bifidobacteria would correct the imbalance in the intestinal tract and solve all my patients primary and secondary digestive issues.  I jumped in with both feet.

It turned out to be a little bit different in practice than what all those smart guys said.
I would say overall my experience with probiotics was very much a mixed bag.  While I had some success using probiotics, it wasn’t uncommon for a supplement to work for a week or two, and then lose efficacy.  Even in patients who reported improvement if they missed a dose or tried to lower the dose the symptoms came right back.  So the results I saw were transient.  We weren’t making any lasting change we were just treating a symptom.  I saw infections that wouldn’t get better, no matter how many probiotics we threw at them. My frustration grew with every ineffective probiotic strain I tried.

New probiotic formulations came out every day, but none of them worked consistently.
Because of my experience formulating supplements, I had real questions and concerns about the quality and consistency of the probiotic supplements that were on the market. Some had one strain, while others had 15, but regardless, nothing gave me the results I was looking for.  Then the market shifted to “more is better”.  It seemed like overnight we went from recommending 5 billion to 20 billion to 50 billion to 100 billion.  I bought in that more must be better but clinically I just didn’t see the changes in patients.

I questioned how these bacteria would make it to the intestines alive.
In school I learned that the stomach is an incredible barrier to entry.  It doesn’t just let any bacteria pass into our intestines.  If it did then we would always be sick and most people would die from some type of infection.  I also learned that the bacteria that inhabit our intestines are anaerobic, which means they die if they touch oxygen.  If the probiotic company is telling me the bacteria is alive when it is in my hand before I swallow it then it can’t be anaerobic.  So even if these bacteria could magically get past the stomach acid how could it live in an oxygen free environment in the gut.  Plus, where did caveman get his probiotics?  He didn’t have a refrigerated section at Whole Foods to shop from.  Nowhere could he access these bacteria in his environment.  It didn’t make sense.  As more research came out it became clear that this reseeding theory was just not supported by science.

Then something interesting crossed my desk…
A few years ago an article on Bacillus spores was passed to me from a colleague. I was immediately fascinated. Bacillus spores provided an answer to all of my concerns.  First, they are safe. Bacillus spores were the first prescription probiotics in the 1950’s.

Bacillus spores easily survived the stomach.
Because Bacillus probiotics develop a hard shell (an endospore), they are highly resistant to UV and gamma radiation, high and low temperatures, and acidic conditions found in the stomach. Gut model studies proved they survived the acidic stomach to populate in the intestines.

Bacillus spores are a great value.
With Bacillus spores, I got great, consistent results with a wide variety of gastrointestinal issues. As I started to investigate more, I realized that these results came from the unique properties of Bacillus. These spores crowd out harmful bacteria in the gut, produce enzymes to help with food digestion, and fight bloating and cramping. They also produce RDA-equivalent quantities of B-vitamins, vitamin K2, and offer a significant source of carotenoids, important antioxidants that can reduce free radical production in the body.

MegaSporeBiotic was created to provide consistent, reliable effects.
MegaSporeBiotic, is the first pharmaceutical grade, 100% spore form probiotic and carotenoid antioxidant combination formula.  The results we have seen with primary and secondary digestive issues have been remarkable.  Additionally clinical research using Megaspore has given us better insights on how these strains bring us their health benefits.  In June we will be finishing the first ever-human leaky gut study.  Pilot study findings were quite remarkable.

To see if you are a candidate for MegaSporeBiotic, click here and fill out the attached form. We will contact you to schedule a time to chat and see if you qualify.

Yours in health,
Tom Bayne, DC


We’re Soaking in the Vitamin D, What About You?

Spring is upon us. And, with spring, comes Spring Break for many of us. If you are heading out to a sunny destination, be sure to soak up the sun responsibly with lots of sunscreen and water. For those that are not headed to a sunny locale, where you will be getting a good dose of sunshine (approximately 10 minutes with your head, arms and legs uncovered), you should consider a vitamin D3 supplement.

Sun exposure helps our bodies to produce vitamin D, a critical nutrient that is essential for health and vitality. If we don’t get enough sun, or don’t supplement adequately, we risk developing a vitamin D deficiency.

Shockingly, one out of every 2 people in the world are deficient in vitamin D, and deficiency in this nutrient is considered a substantial risk factor for developing chronic disease or death. Thankfully, vitamin D supplements reduce your risk of disease and death and are very easy to take.

My preference is for  PureBalance Micellized Vitamin D3, a highly absorbable liquid form that both children and adults find easy to take.  I usually order labs to see what someone’s level of vitamin D is before recommending a dosage, but for most people 3,000 IU/day is a good amount.

One of the benefits to having a normal vitamin D level is that D works with your body to increase the absorption of calcium. If you also take calcium supplements along with your vitamin D, you definitely should consider adding vitamin K2 to your routine.  Vitamin K2 helps calcium get added to your bones and not your arteries and soft tissues.

Wherever your travels may take you, take a minute to consider adding vitamin D to your regular routine. Your body will thank you! Happy Spring and safe travels!

Yours In Health,
Tom


Fight your Allergies Naturally

If you’re one of the 50 million Americans who suffer from allergies, you know how annoying and disrupting they can be. From a simple case of the sniffles to dry mouth, fatigue, and even trouble breathing, seasonal allergies can really cut in to your enjoyment of spring.Thankfully, there are some really simple things that you can do to combat allergies before they start.

Make sure to drink plenty of water.

Water is critical to helping your body detox as well as thinning the mucus in your sinus cavities. Everyone’s needs for water are different. A simple way I use with my patients is to take their weight, divide it in two, and suggest that they drink that many ounces of water each day. For example, if someone weighs 140 pounds, they should drink at least 70 ounces (equivalent to nearly 9 cups) of filtered water daily.

Try saline nasal irrigation.

A 2012 systematic review and meta-analysis of 10 studies on saline nasal irrigation showed a beneficial effect on nasal symptoms, a reduction in medication use, and an increase in the quality of life. I like to include oregano in my nasal rinse as well as saline (check out our SinuClenz product), because this appears to do a better job of decreasing inflammation and reducing symptoms. If you do use nasal irrigation, make sure you regularly clean your rinsing device. I would also suggest using filtered water rather than tap water.

Get plenty of vitamin C.

Vitamin C is one of those essential nutrients that can’t be synthesized by humans and therefore needs to be present in the diet. Vitamin C is an important immune system supporter and a potent antioxidant as well as having the ability to deactivate histamine.
Great food sources of vitamin C include citrus fruits, berries, watermelon, mango, and peppers.

Take your probiotics.

You may not immediately think of probiotics as a first line defense against environmental allergies, but I do! Beneficial bacteria like those found in Megasporebiotic help to calm down the immune response which is at the heart of your symptoms. Although the normal dose of Megasporebiotic is 2 capsules per day, I will often encourage patients to increase their dose temporarily during periods of stress, illness, travel, or the onset of seasonal allergies! Try 3-4 capsules per day during the first few weeks of spring allergy season, and then decrease back to the normal dose.
If you have had trouble with seasonal allergies in the past, now is absolutely the time to start preventative measures. Make sure to get plenty of rest, reduce stress, and make an appointment with myself or Ingrid to get recommendations that are tailored to you.

Yours In Health,
Tom


Are you suffering from Inflammation?

5 Inflammation-Causing Foods and 1 Easy Fix

The subject of Inflammation has been in the news quite a lot lately, and for good reason. Inflammation plays a role in most of the chronic diseases we see today, including heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s, and even acne!

Temporary inflammation is good—our bodies depend on inflammatory processes to heal injuries and fight off infection. But when acute inflammation turns chronic, the immune system starts attacking normal cells and the normal healing process turns harmful.

One great way to reduce inflammation is to reduce or remove the following 5 inflammation producing foods from your diet. But sometimes that isn’t enough. Read to the end to discover my go-to solution for inflammation!

  1. Sugar

Sugar is at the top of my list for inflammatory foods, and it’s one of the most prevalent in our diets. The average American consumes 32 teaspoons of added sugars daily! This increased sugar consumption releases inflammatory messengers called cytokines which can wreak havoc in your body. To avoid sugars, eat whole, non-processed foods. When you do eat processed foods, read the labels to avoid any word ending in “ose” such as fructose or sucrose.

  1. Trans Fats

Trans fats are known to trigger systemic inflammation, and even small quantities can be problematic. Most trans fats are found in fast foods, processed snack foods, cookies, doughnuts, and most stick margarines. Check food labels for the presence of trans fats, but be aware that food products with less than 0.5 grams per serving do not need to list trans fat on the food label. Instead check the ingredient list for partially hydrogenated oils—these are a sure sign that trans fats are present.

  1. Oils with Omega-6 Fatty Acids

Though our bodies need omega 6 fatty acids for normal growth and development, we often don’t get a good balance of omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids. Eat too many foods containing omega-6 fatty acids and the body starts to produce pro-inflammatory chemicals. Avoid cooking with oils such as corn, safflower, sunflower, soy, peanut, and vegetable. You may also find these oils in mayonnaise and salad dressings.

  1. Refined Carbohydrates

Foods made with white flour, white rice, and white potatoes, as well as many other cereal grains have high levels of refined carbohydrates. Processed carbohydrates send your blood sugar into the stratosphere, and also create advanced glycation end (AGE) products that boost inflammation. Picture a candied apple: the sugar that forms around the apple hardens in the same way that advanced glycation products harden around nerves and arterioles, restricting blood supply and creating dysfunction.

  1. Gluten and casein

Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye, and barley whereas casein is found in dairy products. Both substances can promote inflammation and should be avoided, especially by people who are prone to inflammation.

While you should work to remove these inflammatory foods from your diet, no one eats perfectly 100% of the time. Even if your diet is perfect, often stressors and environmental toxins can lead to inflammation.

1 Easy Fix

One of the products I love to use with people who suffer from inflammation is Omax3 Professional Strength, a professional strength omega-3 supplement. The omega-3 oils in this supplement were developed by Yale University-affiliated physicians, and contain a balanced 4:1 ratio of EPA to DHA (two omega-3 fatty acids) which research shows is the best ratio to reduce inflammation.

Clinical research shows that the omega-3 in Omax3 Professional Strength reduces joint discomfort and increases mobility, improves mood health, and enhances cognitive function. This supplement has also been shown to significantly improve cardiovascular risk factors. In one 3-month study, patients experienced a 31% reduction in triglycerides, a 13% reduction in total cholesterol, an 11% reduction in LDL, and a 9.8% improvement in cholesterol/HDL ratio.

The main reason that I recommend Omax3 Professional Strength over other omega-3 supplements is its purity. If you want to test your omega-3 supplement for purity, place it in the freezer for 24 hours. While Omax3 Professional Strength stays clear, other omega-3 supplements cloud over with impurities such as saturated fats, omega-6 fats, and toxins like mercury, lead, and PCBs.

Along with removing inflammation-causing foods from your diet, the omega-3 fatty acids in Omax3 Professional Strength will help reduce inflammation in your body and reduce your risk of chronic disease!


Celebrate Hearth Health!

6 Things You Can Do For Your Heart Today

Most of us take active steps to avoid cancer—we try to eat right, watch our sun exposure, and have regular check-ups with our physicians. But what have you done lately for the #1 killer of both men and women in America—heart disease? Sure, you don’t smoke, don’t drink alcohol excessively, watch your diet and exercise, but are you really doing what counts? Check out these small, evidence-based tricks and tips to benefit your heart starting today.

1. Invest in Supportive Relationships

We all know that having loving, supportive relationships feels great, but did you know it directly affects heart health? In one recent study, people with high levels of supportive relationships were significantly less likely to increase their body mass index (BMI) and waist circumference. People with high negative relationships had a 10+ percent increase in waist circumference, as well as increased BMI. Higher BMI readings and waist circumference are significant risk factors for heart disease, so it appears that investing in good relationships with loved ones not only feels great but benefits your heart.

2. Eat Healthy Fats

For years, fats have gotten a bad rap, but in the last 5-10 years, there is increasing evidence that our fear of fats was unfounded, especially healthy fats. Fats are essential for whole body health, and are especially critical to your heart and brain.

Try to include sources of healthy fat in your diet, such as coconut oil, avocado, olive oil, ghee, nuts and seeds, butter sourced from grass-fed cows, and foods containing omega-3 fatty acids.

Fish, particularly fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel, lake trout, sardines, or herring have higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids, a substance which benefits the heart greatly. Omega-3’s reduce the risk of abnormal heart beats, reduce triglyceride levels, slow the growth of plaque in the blood vessels, and lower blood pressure. I generally recommend 2-3 servings (approximately ¾ cup flaked fish) per week to get the optimum benefits.

Of course, some kinds of fish contain high levels of mercury, PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls) and other toxic chemicals. Try to stay away from larger fish such as shark, king mackerel, or swordfish, as they have had longer to accumulate these substances.
Watch for our next newsletter which will contain an in-depth analysis of omega-3 supplements.

3. Boost Your Exercise Routine with Interval Training

Interval training pairs short bursts of vigorous activity with brief periods of rest, and has been shown to increase oxygenation, reduce cardiovascular risk factors, and reduce blood sugar levels. Interval training also improves endothelial function, which is closely linked to cardiovascular health (the endothelium is the inner lining of blood vessels).

If you don’t exercise already, start slowly with a 20-minute walk around the block 3-5 days/week. As your endurance improves, add 1-2 minute bursts of faster, more vigorous walking followed by 30 seconds of slower walking. Alternate between the bursts of activity (A) with rest periods of slower walking (B) so your workout has an ABAB pattern.

If you already have an exercise plan in place, add more formal interval training to your workout. I like this video designed for beginners, but if you want something more vigorous, search online for “interval training for cardiovascular fitness.”

4. Rethink Your Stress

I’m sure you’re heard a lot of evidence that chronic stress can damage your heart—and you’re not alone in that belief. More than 80 percent of American adults think that stress can have a strong or very strong impact on health, and 94 percent believe that stress contributes to the development of illnesses like heart disease, obesity, and depression.

And while there is plentiful evidence to support the chronic stress/disease connection, what if focusing on the negative impact of stress makes it worse?

Research published in the European Heart Journal found that those who believed stress heavily affected their health had a 50 percent greater risk of dying from heart attack! Remember, this study was not looking at the presence or absence of stress in participants lives, rather it was linked how people thought about stress to their cardiovascular outcomes.

One way to change your mindset is to watch the work of Alia Crum, in particular her Ted Talk on stress mindsets. I also recommend reading Stanford Psychologist Kelly McGonigal’s book The Upside of Stress. This book will help you see how stress can make you “stronger, smarter, and happier” if you can change your mindset and embrace it.

5. Consider Vitamin K2

Vitamin K2 is likely the most important nutrient you’ve never heard of. While you may be familiar with vitamin K1, the nutrient that helps our blood clot, K2 is greatly unfamiliar to most people. Research has shown K2 to be important for many diseases, including osteoporosis, diabetes, and even cancer. But I find the most promise in using K2 for heart health.

At one point, researchers thought that osteoporosis and calcification of the blood vessels to be unrelated conditions, but there is increasing evidence that a deficiency of vitamin K2 may be at the heart of both!

Without K2, your body can’t activate Matrix Gla Protein (MGP), a substance that inhibits tissue calcification. In other words, without K2, your body sends calcium to your blood vessels, rather than to your bones where it belongs.

There are a number of different forms of vitamin K2, the one that is best absorbed and most stable is K2-7 (also known as MK-7 or menaquinone-7). Typical doses range from 45 mcg to 320 mcg/day, and the most compelling research on K2 and heart health show significant benefit in a higher dose. Most of the vitamin K2 supplements use a K2 source that degrades quickly in the capsule, unfortunately resulting in much lower levels of K2 than claimed on the labels. In our research, only supplements with K2 sourced from MenaquinGold were found to have as much K2 present in the supplement as was promised on the label.

6. Get Tested

The blood work most commonly prescribed at your yearly physical (CBC, CMP, and lipid panel) is far from complete where your heart health is concerned. I encourage all of my patients to have a yearly enhanced cardio metabolic panel, which includes an expanded lipid panel that measures the density and number of lipoproteins, vascular inflammation markers including CRP and homocysteine, and metabolic risk factors such as insulin, hA1c, adiponectin, and c-peptides.

In the office, we offer a complete CardioMetabolic panel from SpectraCell Labs because it is the most comprehensive assessment cardiovascular health we have ever seen. To read more about our favorite test for heart health, click here. In honor of Heart Health Month, SpectraCell Labs is offering a February-only price of $10 for the CardioMetabolic panel when combined with the Micronutrient Panel (a combined price of $190).

It’s never too late to help your heart. Small, incremental changes can make a huge impact on your heart disease risk, as well as on your overall health.


Product of the Month

Vitamin K2 is a fat-soluble vitamin that plays a critical role in your bone health by facilitating the transport of calcium from the bloodstream into the bones.

Without enough vitamin K2, calcium in the blood does not adequately bind to bone and instead infiltrates into the arterial wall, resulting in calcification, or arteriosclerosis.  Adequate amounts of K2 will simultaneously improve bone health and heart health by directing calcium to its proper spot in your bones!

Vitamin K2 is found in meat, organ meats, eggs and dairy products and is also made by bacteria in our digestive tract. Dietary vitamin K2 is found almost exclusively in the MK-4 version, which has a very short half-life in the body, approximately 6 hours. To supplement your diet, improve bone and cardiovascular health, or to speed healing from a fracture we suggest the MK-7 form of K2, which stays in the body up to 6x longer than MK-4.

Vitamin D3 has become a very popular supplement for bone health. Did you know that vitamin D3 and vitamin K2 work synergistically to improve bone health? In fact high doses of vitamin D3 actually depletes you K2 levels leading to continued bone loss. If you are taking vitamin D3 through the winter be sure to also supplement vitamin K2.

Recent research has also shown vitamin K2 to be very important in the healing of neuropathy as well as improved endurance in athletes.

The quality of your K2 supplement is very important. There are poor quality K2 products being produced in China and Italy that are flooding the market. We only recommend MennaquinGold Vitamin K2 since it is the only pharmaceutical grade vitamin k2 in the marketplace.

Get your Vitamin K2 next time you are at PureBalance …your bones and heart will love you for it!


NEW at PureBalance!!!!!

Transformation 360 Program

The Transformation 360 is a weight loss program designed to teach you healthy eating habits for lifelong health.

Transformation 360 is a unique weight loss program because it is based on functional medicine. The program identifies the root cause of the patient’s health challenge based on the results of the Wellness Questionnaire.

The Wellness Questionnaire evaluates 15 functional health conditions and establishes your WICO Score and graph. This information allows us to identify the root cause of your excess weight, fatigue, chronic inflammation, headaches, chronic pain etc.

The T-360 program biochemically sets your body to burn fat, to use excess abdominal fat for fuel so you can experience heightened energy and mental alertness with NO hunger or cravings.

The program provides an easy to follow guidelines book filled with delicious recipes and information.

The first step is to take the Wellness Questionnaire and find out what your WICO score is.

First 10 callers will receive a free access Code to take the Wellness Questionnaire and find out what their WICO score is!

Call PureBalance today at 224-521 1212!