National University launched a campus-wide Standard Process 21-Day Purification Challenge for students, faculty and staff with a kick-off lunch held January 20th.
Those joining the challenge will use a targeted program of nutritional support and healthy food choices to help their bodies eliminate chemicals and toxins we all encounter in modern daily life. Some who have completed the 21-day program report feeling “cleaner, lighter and brighter.”
Dr. Georgia Nab, chiropractic physician at Standard Process, gave a presentation on the purification challenge’s clinical recommendations and potential benefits. She reviewed what participants can expect during their challenge, and discussed each supplement ingredient in the package and its therapeutic benefit.
At NUHS, the challenge will begin the week of January 25 -29, and end in the third or fourth week of February, when all participants have finished their 21-day purification program. Each participant is required to have specific body measurements recorded along with a completed toxicity questionnaire. Similar measurements, and testimonials taken after the challenge, will allow Standard Process, Inc. to choose a “SP Purification Challenge” winner. The winner will receive a package of items worth $250. In addition, Standard Process, Inc. is providing each NUHS participant with a generous discount for the purification package to encourage wider participation.
For NUHS readers wishing to join the challenge, body measurements and toxicity questionnaires will be collected by designated SP Challenge Champions.
Champions include: Dr. Jenna Glenn (Illinois faculty/staff participants), or students Brandon Polaskey and Lindsey Wienckowski (Illinois student participants); Dr. Kristina Petrocco-Napuli (Florida faculty/staff participants) or student Kelsey Jackson (Florida student participants).
Follow Dr. Petrocco-Napuli’s purification journey on her Standard Process Purification Challenge Blog.
If you are a current NUHS patient and/or would like to learn more about how a purification program can improve your health, contact a NUHS Whole Health Center near you.