Stress is a part of modern life, but you can make positive choices to reduce your Total Stress Load so that you can fight infection, handle difficulties, and keep a positive outlook. In addition to recommending good nutrition, adequate sleep, and regular exercise, we have several products in our online store that can support you in keeping your stress levels low.

Check out: Endorphinate, CannabOmega, Cannaba FS 300, Cannab-FS 450, Destress, Adrenotone, and StressArrest.

For further reading on ways to reduce your stress, read these related articles:

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The immune system protects the body against infection and the development of cancer.

Recurrent or chronic infections, even very mild colds or mouth sores, are signs that the immune system is weakened.  Supporting immune function requires a comprehensive approach.

Here at BeWell Associates we rebuild immunity by addressing the following influences on the immune system:

  • Stress, especially emotional stress
  • Diet: adequate proteins and vegetables, minimal sugar
  • Sleep quality
  • Nutritional deficiencies

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Client Success Stories

Immune System Support

I just wanted to touch base and let you know that I am feeling much better. In addition to the supplements you suggested, I changed my diet to eat a lot more protein and veggies (and started making smoothies with Vega) and I think I’ve kick-started my immune system. Thank you so much for meeting with me and helping me get to a healthier place!
R.R. State College

Improved Immunity; Decreased Symptoms Associated with RA (Rheumatoid Arthritis)

Still feeling pretty good and I just wanted to share some good news with you….

My CT of the chest in 2014 showed enlarged 2.2 cm Right Swollen Axillary Lymph Nodes (prior to even starting the Methotrexate). Had the axillary lymph node excision, all were benign.

Lymph nodes were still enlarged so I had an MRI in February 2016 which showed 5 cm enlarged right axillary lymph nodes.

I saw you in March 2016, started all of my detox, vitamins and amino acids……I had a CT today of the chest, abdomen and pelvis…..the sw