by Dr. Andrew Lipton
Narberth Family Medicine
Ditch the Pills; Take Liquid Supplements
Health balance sometimes requires medication, but optimal health always requires supplementation. Our diet alone can not supply adequate nutrition (see US Government NHANES study) Many supplements along with diet and lifestyle changes can avoid the need for medication, but taking these supplements still involves taking many pills.
If you are weary of adding more pills to your daily routine, consider taking liquid vitamins. These naturally-formulated supplements, like the ones produced by Nutrametrix, can replace as much as 35 pills in one drink. Isotonic liquid supplements, which contain the proper ph, salt, and sugar amounts, greatly improve absorption and assimilation. They are especially good for those with poor or slow digestion; like pregnant women.
Dr. Lipton has taken advanced training in OMT and is Board certified by the American Osteopathic Board of NeuroMusculoSkeletal Medicine.
Dr. Lipton completed his residency in Family Medicine at Suburban General Hospital, Norristown, Pennsylvania and is Board Certified in Family Medicine. Dr. Lipton was trained in Chelation Therapy by the American College for Advancement in Medicine, a group of physicians dedicated to being open to new alternatives in medicine. Dr. Lipton is also Board certified by the American Board of Chelation Therapy.