SHREWSBURY, Mo., Nov. 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- LifeXist, the Fenton, Mo.-based life and health management company, has
LifeXist is a medically supervised company that promotes healing from the inside out. They are focused on treating the causes of client's issues and not just masking symptoms. Clients are able to not only look better, but feel better and function better as well. Every client is treated as an individual, with a carefully balanced approach to finding their health. Services include vitamin injections, bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, stress relief, weight loss, athletic performance and much more.
"We created LifeXist out of frustration. Because there is a necessity for the answers that we can give to people," said Dr. Eric Nepute, co-founder of LifeXist. "This is true health, getting people to look younger, feel younger, have more energy, but it is also about finding the cause of health problems and treating it."
LifeXist is hosting a FREE dinner seminar on November 30th at Andre's West Banquet Center. This informative dinner event will feature nationally renowned speaker Dr. Eric Nepute. Health and wellness will be the topic of discussion, along with a presentation of the cutting edge wellness treatments offered at LifeXist. To reserve your tickets, visit www.lifexist.com/events to register today. Spots will go fast!
If you want to discover your true health potential, have more drive, more energy, more life visit any of the three St. Louis area locations for a free 15 minute consultation with one of our dedicated medical providers. LifeXist centers are located in Creve Coeur, Fenton, and Shrewsbury with additional location info at www.lifexist.com.
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