NUTRITIONAL CONSULTS WITH DR. SCHIERLING
While our clinical results are typically excellent, I do not want to insinuate that every person that I see gets great results. The material provided on this site is for strictly informational purposes only. It is not meant to replace or substitute for the recommendations or advice of your physician or medical provider. The nutritional products that I might suggest are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. As we all know (according to FDA regulations), only drugs and surgery has the ability to do that. The information contained in this site is just that —- information. It should not be used for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease. If you believe you have a medical condition, disease, or health problem, contact your health care provider immediately. The statements contained in this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
Teaching others about health and nutrition is itself a journey. In this constantly changing field, if you are not constantly studying, reading, and learning, you will be left behind. However, there are foundational Nutritional Principles that are “truth”, meaning that they will be true for everyone. The foremost of these is the principle of WHOLE FOOD NUTRITION. For the better part of the past two decades, I have almost exclusively used Whole Food Nutritional Supplements — mostly from Standard Process. In an age of, “my supplements are more potent than your supplements, nah, nah nah-nah, nah,” what is it that sets Standard Process apart and makes them different? In an age of Facebook, Standard Process is an elegantly handwritten letter. If you are really interested in seeing the difference, here are a couple of brief videos explaining the difference between Whole Food Nutrition, and SYNTHETIC NUTRITION. If you feel inclined, you can take just few minutes to begin learning why Standard Process’s Whole Food Nutritional Supplements are superior to health food store nutrition.
What makes me qualified to offer nutritional advice? My interest in nutrition started early. While at Kansas State University, I was part of their dual-degree program in Corporate Fitness (Exercise Physiology / Nutrition). After beginning chiropractic practice in 1991, I quickly realized that without proper nutrition, I could not only not help my patients, I could not help myself. Having some discussions with several practicing chiropractors about the benefits of the Standard Process nutritional line, as well as attending a couple of their educational seminars in Springfield and St. Louis, I became convinced that Whole Food Supplements were best for myself, my family, and my patients.