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Nutrition

Supplements by Standard Process Inc. provide whole food nutrient solutions that change lives.

Standard Process has a strong reputation as a visionary leader in whole food nutrient solutions. The company, which has been making supplements with whole foods and other ingredients since 1929, is committed to the philosophy of its founder, Dr. Royal Lee, which is to provide supplements that deliver complex nutrients as nature intended Patients expect the very best care, and we trust the outstanding reputation of Standard Process and believe these products will be able to help improve the quality of our patients’ lives.”

Standard Process grows the majority of its whole food ingredients on company-owned, certified organic farmland and uses state-of-the-art manufacturing processes to retain vital nutrients within each ingredient. The company is dedicated to quality and employs high quality control standards, including adhering to the Food and Drug Administration’s good manufacturing practice requirements. Standard Process offers more than 300 supplements, of which a 115 products from the Standard Process line are gluten-free. Standard Process products are available exclusively through health care professionals because the company believes the informed guidance of a health care practitioner is vital to patients’ journey to better health.

Standard Process – Why Whole Foods?

Watch this short film for an overview of the American diet, where it’s key elements lack in nutrition, and how Standard Process and MediHerb supplements help fill in those nutritional gaps and make a healthier you.

Why Whole Food Supplements?

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Standard Process – What Can We Help With?

Stress


Mind, Mood, Memory


Digestion Problems


And much more!


Standard Process – Online Forms

Please click below to fill out the Standard Process Questionnaires. Simply email it to us at info@danielsfamilychiro.com, or print it off and bring it to your next appointment.

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Tuesday:

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Thursday:

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