Findlay residents Ben Patterson, a former environmental science professional, and his business partner, urologist Dr. Thomas Zaciewski, are approaching health and healing in a revolutionary way, using whole foods as medicine. Eleven years ago, Patterson’s mother was diagnosed with leukemia, and Patterson began researching whole food nutrition as a means of healing.
Zaciewski recognizing that Patterson was an expert in whole food nutrition, and being asked daily by patients for vitamins or foods that could help with health issues, turned to Patterson for information. With the knowledge that there are nutrients in whole foods that positively affect certain areas of health, the two created Whole Nutraceutical last year. They now have patented two formulas, Whole Kidney (which fights kidney stones) and Whole Bone (which fights bone loss). Patterson explained that Whole Nutraceuticals will be patenting five more products in the near future.
Recently featured on a news segment with WTOL Toledo 11, The University of Toledo has approached the company with interest in a research study. Patterson says that the goal is to get the medical world involved in seeking natural alternatives to supplement traditional medicine.
Learn more about Whole Nutraceuticals
and their products at wholenutraceuticals.com
and “Whole Nutraceuticals” on Facebook.