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RelaxMax is a powder that can be mixed with water or any liquid to take the edge off to prevent Binge Eating. Since Binge Eating episodes are triggered by loneliness, anxiety, or anger, RelaxMax taken twice daily will help to increase the release of serotonin to make you feel more relaxed and more in control of your choices. RelaxMax is made by Xymogen labs, in Orlando, Florida. You can order RelaxMax by going to www.xymogen.com, go to the eStore shopping cart and click “sign-in” on the eStore welcome page. To establish your account to order RelaxMax enter the referral code: foodmagix and my last name “Harrington”. You can of course come into the office for a session and buy it directly from me as well. Here’s to helping to reclaim the function of your mind and body!
Daily Cellular Fix

Daily Cellular Fix

This formula comes in a product for women and a different product for men.

The Daily Cellular Fix for Women has been specially designed to help meet the daily nutritional needs for females of all ages. This convenience pack includes essential vitamins and minerals with important antioxidants, bone supporting nutrients and multi-strain probiotics for a healthy gut and immune system.

The Daily Cellular Fix for Men provides the optimal daily nutritional support for men of all ages in one convenience pack, including vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, multi-strain probiotics, omega-3 fatty acids and prostate-support nutrients.




This product supplies 100% structured lipids, in the form of medium chain triglycerides in a convenient liquid form. Medium chain fatty acids are healthy fats that may support weight management as part of a healthy diet, and cognitive/memory support.

The Nutegra Meal Plan is 50% fat, 30% Protein and 20% Low Glycemic High Fiber Carbohydrate. Calories Controlled by Meal Plan and micronutrients and electrolytes to make your cells function as they were intended.

  • Medical Nutrition Therapy Goals
  • Lifestyle interventions are of primary importance; goals of medical nutrition therapy interventions for metabolic syndrome are as follows:
  • Promote food choices that facilitate a reduced energy intake with a goal of reducing body weight by 7% to 10% during the first year of therapy
  • Encourage a cardio-protective eating pattern that includes an increase in intakes of whole grains and fiber and reduced intakes of saturated fats, trans fat, and simple sugars
  • Encourage physical activity—at least 30 minutes of continuous/intermittent physical activity 5 days/week (preferably 60 minutes daily)
  • Provide effective ongoing support with counseling