You didn’t get sick overnight and feeling better is going to take dedication and patience. There aren’t any overnight miracles.  Be assured, however, that feeling better can be achieved through some moderate lifestyle changes involving adequate and proper nutrition, exercise, and the right health supplements.

Nutrition – Eat a rainbow diet. That means you should be eating a mix of organic fruits and vegetables with every meal. Cruciferous vegetables such as cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage and bok choy and fruit help promote cardiovascular health and overall longevity.1 The best way to get your antioxidants is through a healthy diet to help fight cancer, cardiovascular disease and other illnesses.  More info >

Exercise – One of the best ways to bolster a healthy immune system is through frequent moderate exercise. Adults need to focus on cardiovascular health as a defense against a host of illnesses. Aim for at least 30 minutes of exercise at least five days a week; there is no need to be too intense as that could be counterproductive.2  More info >

Vitamins & Supplements – Take daily multivitamins and supplements to make up for deficiencies in your diet, but not to replace a healthy diet. Getting the proper dosage of essential vitamins, minerals, micronutrients and antioxidants is important for ensuring optimal nutrition while helping to support daily metabolic processes, to reduce cellular damage from free radicals, and sustain your immune system for healthy aging. *  More info >

To help you in selecting vitamins and supplements suited to meet your needs, click on a health condition below for more information.

•    Allergies and Sinusitis
•    Blood, Heart and Circulation
•    Bones, Joints and Muscles (arthritis)
•    Brain and Nerves
•    Cardiovascular Health
•    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
•    Depression
•    Digestive System
•    Ear, Nose and Throat
•    Endocrine System (diabetes)
•    Eyes and Vision
•    Fertility
•    Fibromyalgia
•    Immune System
•    Inflammation
•    Insomnia, sleep disorder
•    Kidneys and Urinary System
•    Lungs and Breathing
•    Migraines
•    Mouth and Teeth
•    Neurological disorders, Neuropathy
•    Oncology
•    Respiratory
•    Skin, Hair and Nails
•    Stress Management
•    Urology
•    Weight Management
•    Women’s Health
•    Men’s Health
•    Children’s Health


Not sure which vitamins or supplements are right for you and your family?

Everyone’s dietary supplement needs are different based on a variety of factors including lifestyle, diet, medications and health. Dr. Elizabeth Trattner, AP, recommends only vitamins and supplements that contain the highest-quality ingredients and meet strict guidelines for quality control. If you would like personal assistance in selecting appropriate supplements and vitamins along with proper nutritional guidance, you may request a brief telephone consultation with Dr. Trattner by completing this form.
1 . Cruciferous vegetable consumption is associated with a reduced risk of total and cardiovascular disease mortality, , Xianglan Zhang et al.
2 Oxidative stress is thought to contribute to the development of a wide range of diseases, especially to cardiovascular disease where low density lipoprotein (LDL) oxidation presumably triggers the process of atherogenesis, resulting in atherosclerosis, and ultimately cardiovascular disease. Review of human studies on oxidative damage and antioxidant protection related to cardiovascular diseases. Aviram M.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.