Nutrition-minded people often need help and are looking for natural methods to help their bodies to heal. Dr. Forbess has a four-year degree in nutrition, plus he has earned 3 post-graduate diplomates in the field. He also earned a Certified Clinical Nutritionist certificate from the IAACN, a reputable international organization. He began nutrition counseling over 30 years ago. His methodology utilizes many tools, such as bodily fluid (blood/urine/sputum)testing, hair analysis, bio-energetic testing (see above), and in-office examination. He uses only the tools necessary to come up with a workable plan of action. Although he has worked and helped many with a variety of conditions, below is a list of some of the most common helped:
- Type 2 Diabetes and Hypoglycemia
- High Cholesterol
- High Blood Pressure
- Weight Management and Obesity
- Sports and Performance Nutrition
- Reproductive and Hormonal Conditions
- Colds and Flus
- Dental Conditions
- Improving Eyesight
Type 2 Diabetes and Hypoglycemia
These conditions can be helped with intervention. Using natural methods, we can help you to improve and lower medications, monitoring and confirming progress with ongoing blood work. In other words, as your condition improves, so should your blood work. Then you can approach your medical provider to lower doses or eliminate medications. Dr. Forbess has authored his first book on the topic, available for purchase in the office and on Amazon.
Many have cholesterol problems. Whether genetic or not, this may represent an area that can be improved. We look at the whole cholesterol and triglycerides numbers. I’ve seen many who thought theirs was genetically based fall naturally much closer to or in normal ranges. Medication is not always a good answer, although it may be necessary short-term. We help to look for the long term, non-pharmaceutical ways to help you improve your numbers. Many find they can reduce their cholesterol numbers within 2-3 months or less.
We use diet, supplements, and lifestyle changes to help your body to heal itself. Then, let the blood work confirm your results, and approach your medical doctor for help in safely lowering or eliminating your medication.