Healthy Through the Seasons

Natural Advantage Health Shoppe provides vitamins, teas, minerals, and more. 

Written by Erin Meyering

Gear up for the upcoming flu and cold season by ensuring you're in great health. Whether you're curious about supplements, vitamins, natural oils or creams, teas, herbs, or spices, Natural Advantage Health Shoppe is able to educate you on natural options. The shop carries hard-to-find items and can order just about anything holistic you'd like that's not already in stock. 

Owner Linda Ann earned a PhD in holistic nutrition and completed a professional herbalist program. Sometimes supplement shops can be overwhelming to navigate, but for just $35 Linda can provide a thoughtful and comprehensive wellness consultation to get you on the right track. 

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The consultation is an in-depth and detailed process, Linda says.

"I will go over your health concerns and why you wanted to see me. I will ask you questions so that I can learn what is going on with your health, and what imbalances are affecting you."

Then she conducts a Tongue and Pulse assessment where she will look at your tongue, noting the color, shape, state of moisture, and other details. Then, she'll check your wrist pulses and take your pulse rate, noting the pulse areas. 

Finally, she will make recommendations for you based on your individual body type and issues.

These recommendations may include some of the following: herbs, other nutritional supplements, dietary suggestions (foods to emphasize, foods to reduce or avoid), exercise, positive affirmations or statements of intent, acupressure points, moxibustion (the burning of moxa or near a person's skin as a counterirritant), and other types of suggestions may be included.

If you're searching for natural products to help boast and maintain your health this season, stop by Natural Health Advantage Health Shoppe. 

Natural Advantage Health Shoppe
1104 California Ave., Reno • 775-322-4372
For details on Natural Advantage Health Shoppe, visit here

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