Integrating Traditional and Holistic Approaches to Health and Wellness with Sunday Muniz – 11-30-13
December 3, 2013
For many people, a balance of traditional and alternative approaches to overall health can often produce the best results. This week’s guest, Sunday Muniz, has been a licensed pharmacist for over 20 years and is a board certified nutritionist. She brings an experienced voice to the search for the right mix of approaches to good health. As the owner of Nutritional Designs & Pharmacy, she works closely with a wide range of customers to identify nutritional, supplemental and behavioral paths to long term health.
Sunday believes that preventative and integrative healthcare will become even more important as the nation’s healthcare coverage evolves and changes. On this show, she will share her thoughts on the key habits she feels everyone can integrate into their daily life that can bring sustainable good health for families.
Listen in for this helpful discussion of combining multiple approaches to achieving good health.
Sunday Muniz and her husband Jody own Nutritional Designs & Pharmacy, a resource for wellness in Racine, WI. They are both board certified nutritionists, award-winning pharmacists, and busy parents to three active children. A key goal of the business is to empower people in ways that can positively impact the lives of families, the community and beyond. By establishing their own independent pharmacy, they wanted a completely different business format from the large chains to provide a more personal approach to health. Operating as family owned and locally operated has allowed the freedom to help customers with whole health needs through direct personal attention and authentic advice. They are able to share their personal philosophies for wellness solutions by which they themselves live. Sunday and Jody show their dedication to families’ wellbeing through a series of free cooking demonstrations, health programs and a newsletter that addresses current and useful information.
You can learn more about the business Sunday and the business she owns with her husband, Jody, at www.nutritionaldesigns.com.