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Nutraceuticals


Harnessing the power of science and nature, nutraceuticals offer a convenient and effective solution to optimize your nutritional intake and promote a vibrant lifestyle.


Why settle for ordinary supplements when you can experience the extraordinary? We stock nutraceuticals that are carefully crafted using premium ingredients sourced from trusted suppliers worldwide. We prioritize quality and efficacy, ensuring that each product meets the highest industry standards.


With our nutraceuticals, you'll unlock a multitude of benefits. Boost your energy levels and enhance your immune system with our immune-boosting formulations. Achieve radiant skin and maintain youthful vitality with our advanced beauty supplements. Support cognitive function and mental clarity with our brain-boosting blends. And that's just the beginning!


We understand that everyone's nutritional needs are unique. That's why we offer a diverse range of targeted nutraceuticals to address specific health concerns. Whether you're seeking joint support, digestive health, or stress relief, we have a solution tailored to you.


What sets us apart is our commitment to transparency. We provide detailed information about the products we carry, why we carry them and what we feel would be best for you!


Transform your well-being and experience the power of nutraceuticals. Browse through our recommended products and our custom recommended nutraceutical protocols for a healthier, happier you.


If you prefer to have supplements shipped from Fullscripts, just let us know and we will add you as part of our consumer base, which will have access to all of our protocols and they ship to your door! You can also just order online at our Nervana "Shop" and have them shipped to your door or pick up in clinic!


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SIBO

Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) occurs when there is an excessive amount of bacteria in the small intestine. In addition to the absolute number, the type of bacteria present in the small intestine can also impact the signs and symptoms a person may experience.
Sleep Support Nutraceutical Support

Supplements to support sleep health
Pregnancy Support

One of the best things you can do to prepare for a bundle of joy is to have all your nutrient reserves filled up! Making sure you have all the nutrients your body will require when you start to grow a baby will help you to have a healthy pregnancy. Typically, its best to start doing this at least six months prior to getting pregnant, so what are you waiting for?! Call the office today and ask about Prenatal Complete to fill your nutrient tank. #wishingforababy #pregnancyjourney #babybump #futuregirlmom #futureboymom #twinsonboard #fertilityjourney #pcos #prenatalvitamins #supplementsforpregnancy #orthomolecularproducts #prenatalcomplete
Kids Nutraceutical Support

We often take for granted that our kids get all the nutrients they need from their diets. But in today’s world, this might not be true. Soil degradation and farming practices have left our food void of many necessary nutrients for growing kids. We offer chewable multivitamins that offer the most absorbable nutrients in optimal amounts. Ask us how you can best support your kids’ nutrition! #supernutes #orthomolecularproducts #vitamin #multivitamin #kidsvitamin #kidsnutrition #healthykids
Energy & Metabolism

Boost Your Energy, Supercharge Your Metabolism! ⚡ Are you tired of feeling sluggish and struggling with a slow metabolism? Say goodbye to fatigue and hello to boundless energy with our premium Energy and Metabolism Supplements.
Mood/Mental Health: Depression

Mood/Mental Health: Depression Nutraceutical Support Protocol Proposed Causes: Serotonin deficiency (5HTP- precursor to serotonin) Dopamine/Noradrenaline deficiency (vitamin A and C, pantothenic acid, and other B vitamins that are critical to adrenal gland function. This powerful formulation helps support the body’s resistance to fatigue and aids in maintaining balanced cortisol and DHEA levels) GABA deficiency Omega-3 deficiency Folate/Vitamin B deficiency Magnesium/zinc deficiency SAM deficiency Vitamin D Deficiency
Weight Loss End Package/Synergistic Effect

Synergistic multi-modalities for best results
Athletic Performance/Musculoskeletal Nutraceutical Support

Mitochondrial Support-Oxidative Stress

Hormone Support/Optimization Nutraceuticals

Are you ready to feel your best, inside and out? Embrace the power of balanced hormones with our cutting-edge Hormone Optimization Supplements. At Nervana Medical, we believe that a harmonious hormonal balance is the key to vitality, energy, and well-being.
MTHFR/Elevated Homocysteine Nutritional Support

Homocysteine/ MTHFR mutation Nutraceutical Support Homocysteine is a non-essential amino acid and metabolite of methionine, an essential amino acid obtained in the diet. (20) Homocysteine is involved in vitamin B-dependent methylation cycles that generate and breakdown the universal methyl-group donor, S-adenosyl-methionine (SAMe). Disruptions in this cycle, whether caused by reduced enzymatic expression or activity of various methylation cycle proteins including methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR), pyridoxal-5’-phosphate (P5P), or cystathionine B-synthase (CBS), may theoretically lead to elevated levels of homocysteine. (28) Normal homocysteine levels can range from 5-15 μmol/L, while hyperhomocysteinemia occurs when homocysteine levels are elevated beyond 15 μmol/L. (35) Hyperhomocysteinemia can be further classified as mild (16-30 μmol/L), intermediate (31-100 μmol/L), or severe (>100 μmol/L). (20) Hyperhomocysteinemia has been linked to numerous diseases, including: Age-related conditions, such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and stroke Endocrine-related conditions, such as diabetes, hypothyroidism, insulin resistance, and osteoporosis Endothelial-related conditions, including cerebrovascular and vascular diseases Other conditions, such as end-stage renal disease, various cancers, schizophrenia, and complications in pregnancy (1)(20)(28) A number of factors may contribute to hyperhomocysteinemia, including: Genetic polymorphisms of methylation enzymes, such as MTHFR, CBS, methionine synthase, and methionine synthase reductase Nutrient deficiencies, such as folate, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, or betaine deficiencies Diet and lifestyle considerations, such as excess methionine intake, smoking, excess alcohol or caffeine intake, and sedentarism (1)(33) Please see the following articles for more information on the impact of nutrition on the methylation process and on supporting patients with MTHFR polymorphisms.
Insulin Resistance Nutraceutical Support

Below are the nutraceuticals we find most beneficial for insulin resistance/metabolic syndrome as well as adrenal support; Please don’t hesitate to reach out for any additional questions or support! What is Insulin Resistance? Insulin resistance is a condition in which the body's cells become resistant to the effects of insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas that regulates blood sugar levels. In normal conditions, insulin helps glucose (sugar) in the blood enter cells, where it is used as energy or stored for later use. However, in insulin resistance, the cells become less responsive to insulin's actions, leading to increased levels of glucose in the blood. The pathophysiology of insulin resistance is complex and involves multiple mechanisms. One major factor is the accumulation of lipids (fats) in the cells, particularly in muscle and liver cells. This leads to a state of "lipotoxicity," which impairs insulin signaling pathways and reduces glucose uptake. Another key contributor to insulin resistance is chronic inflammation. Inflammatory cytokines, such as TNF-alpha and IL-6, interfere with insulin signaling and contribute to insulin resistance. Obesity is also associated with increased inflammation and is a major risk factor for insulin resistance. Insulin resistance can also be caused by genetic factors, including mutations in genes involved in insulin signaling pathways. Additionally, aging is associated with decreased insulin sensitivity, as well as other metabolic changes that contribute to insulin resistance. Over time, insulin resistance can lead to further complications, including impaired glucose tolerance, type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. These conditions are often accompanied by additional metabolic abnormalities, such as dyslipidemia (abnormal blood lipid levels) and hypertension (high blood pressure). As insulin resistance progresses, the pancreas may compensate by producing more insulin to try to lower blood glucose levels. However, over time, the pancreas may become exhausted and unable to keep up with the demand for insulin, leading to type 2 diabetes. Insulin resistance is also associated with other metabolic abnormalities, including high levels of triglycerides and low levels of HDL cholesterol, a condition known as dyslipidemia. These abnormalities increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, which is the leading cause of death among people with type 2 diabetes. In addition to obesity, other factors that contribute to insulin resistance include a sedentary lifestyle, a diet high in processed foods and sugar, and certain medications, such as glucocorticoids. Insulin resistance is also associated with other health conditions, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), and sleep apnea. Treatment for insulin resistance typically involves lifestyle changes, such as a healthy diet and regular exercise, along with medications such as GLP-1 RA (i.e. semaglutide, tirzepatide, etc.), which helps improve insulin sensitivity and reduce the risk of complications associated with insulin resistance. Managing insulin resistance is important for reducing the risk of complications associated with type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Insulin resistance can affect the balance of several hormones in the body, which can contribute to a range of health issues. One way that insulin resistance affects hormones is by disrupting the function of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis, which is a complex system that regulates the body's stress response. In insulin resistance, the body produces more cortisol, a stress hormone that can lead to a range of negative effects, including weight gain, increased appetite, and decreased insulin sensitivity. High cortisol levels can also contribute to the development of conditions such as depression, anxiety, and sleep disorders. Insulin resistance can also affect the balance of sex hormones, such as estrogen and testosterone. In women, insulin resistance can lead to a condition called polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), which is characterized by high levels of androgens (male hormones) and irregular menstrual cycles. PCOS can also contribute to infertility, acne, and excess hair growth. In men, insulin resistance can lead to lower testosterone levels, which can contribute to decreased libido, erectile dysfunction, and reduced muscle mass. Insulin resistance can also affect the balance of other hormones, such as leptin and ghrelin, which regulate appetite and satiety. Overall, insulin resistance can have a profound effect on hormone balance, which can contribute to a range of health issues. By improving insulin sensitivity through lifestyle changes or medication, it may be possible to restore hormone balance and improve overall health.
Nausea + GERD

Are you tired of the discomfort caused by nausea and GERD? Reclaim your digestive comfort and well-being with our specialized Nausea and GERD Supplements such as Betaine & Pepsin to help maintain gastric pH and supports overall nutrient absorption.
Constipation Support Protocol

🌿 Say Goodbye to Discomfort with Our Constipation Relief Supplements! 🌿 Are you tired of struggling with the discomfort and inconvenience of constipation? It's time to reclaim your comfort and well-being with our specially formulated Constipation Relief Supplements. At Nervana Medical, we understand the importance of digestive health, and we're here to provide you with a natural solution that works! ✅ Gentle and Effective: Our supplements are carefully crafted with natural ingredients that promote regular bowel movements without harsh side effects. Say goodbye to the discomfort of constipation without the worry of sudden urgency. ✅ Clinically Proven:We stock formulas that are backed by scientific research to support healthy digestion. You can trust that our supplements are formulated with your well-being in mind. ✅ Non-Habit Forming: Unlike some over-the-counter options, our Constipation Relief Supplements are non-habit forming, ensuring you can maintain a healthy digestive rhythm without dependency. 🌱 Take Control of Your Digestive Health Today! 🌱
Diarrhea Nutritional Support Protocol

Put an End to Discomfort with Our Diarrhea Relief Supplements!
Thyroid /Hashimotos Nutraceutical Support

Are you tired of the fatigue, weight fluctuations, and mood swings associated with thyroid imbalances?
Weight Loss Initial Welcome Package

Synergistic multi-modalities for best results
Mast Cell Activation, Histamines, and Chronic Inflammation
Nutraceutical Support

Chronic inflammation can present in many different ways, and various nutrients and phytonutrients found in food may help to support immune health and mediate the complex process of inflammation; i.e. allergies, eczema, psoriasis, arthritis, colitis, covid long haul, EBV
BHRT Hormonal Acne

Acne is a common skin condition that affects people of all ages and can have multiple etiologies.It is characterized by pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, and cysts that can appear on the face, neck, chest, and back. Acne is caused by an overproduction of oil in the skin, combined with the buildup of dead skin cells and bacteria. Treatment options include topical and oral medications, as well as lifestyle changes such as a healthy diet and stress reduction.
Tension-Migraine Headache Nutritional Support

Supplements intended to help re-occurrence of migraines and tension headaches.
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