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Ward-Murray Health Care and Consulting

Individualized

We use individualized holistic and integrative approaches to help you achieve your goals. Whether it is diagnosing, and/or helping you manage a new diagnosis, or you just want to take on a healthier lifestyle, we use the best of what modern science and holistic nutrition have to offer, and develop a plan specific to your personal needs.

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Unique

We offer a unique style of consulting. The initial consultation is always free, and email correspondence will help optimize results and fit your busy schedule! We offer a variety of options, and with most of these you have unlimited access to our services through online interface and email.

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Accurate

As part of our consulting services, we can also suggest additional testing that may offer further insight into your medical challenges. We offer specialized testing for autoimmune diseases, food allergies, lyme disease, hormonal imbalances in men and women, infertility, and so much more.

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“The doctor of the future…”

“The doctor of the future will give no medication, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.” -Thomas A. Edison

Stevia

Stevia is a sugar substitute with zero calories that is also safe for use by diabetics. It has been used for centuries by other cultures not only as a food sweetener, but for medicinal purposes as well. Unlike chemically manufactured sweeteners, (some of the most popular being Sweet’N Low, Equal, and Splenda), Stevia’s molecules are […]

Choosing foods closest to their natural state

Eat less C.R.A.P.! Whenever possible, choose foods that are closest to their natural state. This means eating an apple with the skin as opposed to apple juice, or a baked potato instead of french fries. Here’s a cool tip to help you make healthy choices at the grocery store: shop the perimeter! Most grocery stores […]

Getting enough Vitamin D3?

Are YOU getting enough vitamin D3? The recommended daily amount for an adult during the winter months is up to 4,000 IUs. The amount is often more if you are severely deficient in vitamin D3, or have underlying health conditions. Often times, people swallowing an oral vitamin D3 supplement are not able to absorb it […]