Drug Induced Nutrient Depletion Screening and Pharmacist Consultation
Drug-induced nutrient depletion occurs when the medications we take for our various health issues block the absorption, storage, metabolism, or synthesis of essential nutrients in the body. When nutrients are blocked or depleted over time, health problems can
develop secondary to those depletions. Many of the most popular medications prescribed today can create these drug-induced nutrient depletions.
What can be done about this problem? Your pharmacist is specially trained to recommend supplements that will help offset drug-induced nutrient depletions and their resultant health problems. It is important that you share with your pharmacist all of the medications you are taking – both prescription and over-the-counter.
- Screening for Drug Induced Nutrient Depletions against current mediation list. Submit your medication list via our secure portal (Click Here)
- Printed/Electronic Lab Results and Explanations of Lab Values
- Supplement recommendations from a Wellness Advisor or Personalized Medicine Pharmacist (NO prescription required)