Drug Induced Nutrient Depletion

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Drug Induced Nutrient Depletion

Drug induced nutrient depletions can be a significant contributing factor to a wide range of health problems. Add to the issue: a stressful life with a poor diet, a decline in the food supply’s nutrient content, commercial farmers not replenishing the soil with trace minerals, and environmental pollution – leaving us all vulnerable. As doctors prescribe one or more medications for a particular health issue that create the depletion of nutrients, one may find themselves with another health problem as a result.

Dr. James LaValle is a nationally recognized clinical pharmacist with over twenty-five years of experience in metabolic disorders. He is the author of many essential written works on the subject of drug induced nutrient depletion. Many of his works highlight these extremely significant issues and underline why the labeling of these products should be made mandatory for commonly used, traditional medicines. His work has been validated many times over.

At CMP, we follow his processes with our patients recognizing the preventative and/or corrective steps while on certain medications that cause drug induced nutrient depletion.

Our goal is to optimize your treatment plan and overall health.

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