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Nutritional Therapy Services for Substance Abuse in Arizona

When you go through any drug and alcohol treatment program in Arizona, it should be providing you with some type of advice for the proper nutrition, diet, exercise. Residential drug rehab centers should provide a well-balanced diet for their clients, which includes the proper foods they need to contribute to their recovery. Diet and exercise are important, when you abuse drugs and alcohol, you will tend to consume less food, and choose unhealthy foods. Repairing the body and mind is essential, to help an addict fully recover from their drug addiction. Typically, residential drug treatment programs will be providing healthy food options, and may offer exercise facilities, and also offer vitamin supplementation. Outpatient drug treatment programs may offer nutritional advice and teach you how to eat healthy and make smart food choices during your recovery. Food and exercise can play an important role during treatment, and when you leave any drug and alcohol treatment program.

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Nutrition therapy programs vary from person to person, depending on their needs, conditions and deficiencies. But nutrition is vital in the recovery process, since it helps heal the damages the susbtance abuse has done and encourage a healthy lifestyle.

Here is a list of the different drug & alcohol rehab programs offering nutritional therapy services in Arizona. The list can be incomplete so please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.

List of Nutritional Therapy Services for Substance Abuse Services in Arizona

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