What Makes Us Different ?
At Functional Nutrition Resources, we take a holistic approach to health. From cellular health to nutrition, we also look at toxins and environmental factors, and even address mindset so our practice members can lead their healthiest lives.
Our staff brings decades of experience to each practice member’s journey – focusing on their bio-individuality and unique situation that guides our functional medicine approach.
The concept of “functional medicine” is prioritized at Functional Nutrition Resources. Learn why this is so important as the “medicine of the future” and gateway to living better.
In Our Patients Own Words...
L-glutamine is an amino acid found in protein-rich foods from animals and plants, and your body also naturally produces L-glutamine. L-glutamine is may be used by our nutritionist team in Tulsa, OK, to treat patients with leaky gut. It’s your body’s natural cell builder and, more importantly, your body’s cell
Up until the age of around 35, your body will produce collagen on its own, but after this, the body slows down collagen production. By the age of 40, the collagen your body produces will be depleting faster than your body can reproduce it. By the time you reach 60,
Magnesium is one of the essential micronutrients involved in over 300 biochemical processes in the human body. Magnesium supports healthy bowels and bones, aids cognitive function, relaxes aching muscles, and supports cardiovascular health. It also supports a relaxed and calm mood which is essential when getting a good night’s sleep.
With over 300,000 people infected with Lyme disease every year, there are a whole host of potential effects on your body including your immune system. Although this number is huge, Lyme disease often goes undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. Our functional medicine experts in Tulsa, OK, are here to help you begin
Many factors can lead to a leaky gut. These include a poor diet, chemicals used in our food supply, over-reliance on antibiotics, steroids, and more. One way to find out if you have a leaky gut is to do a functional stool analysis to assess your gut health. Bear in
Turmeric is a root grown in India and, until recently, has been used as a cooking spice in the West. Yet, it has a long history of effectiveness in eastern medicine for medical treatments such as wounds, acne, inflammation, colds, and UTIs. It has gained popularity globally because of its