Dr. Jamie L. Guyden and Evolve Integrative Care join the Naturally Fit Magazine team. Continue reading
Aug 18, 2014 /prREACH/ -- Austin, Texas -- Dr. Jamie L. Guyden, founder and CEO of Evolve Integrative Care, has joined the team at Naturally Fit Magazine as a content writer. Naturally Fit Magazine, based in Austin, Texas, is dedicated to keeping Austin “Fit for Life,” by arming it's readers with the most up-to-date health and wellness information, personalized nutrition systems, and fostering a connection between them and the Austin fitness scene. The magazine provides readers with information on the newest modes of exercise, easy to follow Naturally Fit System approved recipes, and profiles of local businesses that can help readers stay on the path toward becoming fit for life.
In her first article, published in the magazine's August 2014 issue, Dr. Guyden discusses the dangers of applying the "one size fits all" approach to vitamin and herbal supplementation. Dr. Guyden states, "We are doing ourselves a great disservice by utilizing the 'one size fits all' approach to supplementation and to providing healthcare for that matter." (http://www.editions.naturallyfitmagazine.com/August2014/files/35.html)
Dr. Guyden goes on to discuss how specific diseases may be negatively affected by using supplementation indiscriminately without knowing exactly what the body needs. Dr. Guyden is a strong proponent of the use of Nutritional Balancing and Hair Mineral Analysis (HMA) as part of a holistic and integrative medical assessment. She explains how these tools help her to determine what nutritional supplementation is needed, how much is needed, and in what ratios patients need them in.
This article is the first part of a two part series of "One Size Does Not Fit All." In part two, scheduled to be published in next's months issue, Dr. Guyden will discuss an individualized approach to nutrition and diets. This article will delve into different popular diet foods and how they may be hindering a person's best effort to be healthy, fit, and happy.