Thank you for visiting Second Nature!  We are a privately owned and operated retail store located in Kutztown, Pennsylvania.  Owner and clinical herbalist, Elaine Kilgannon, educates and welcomes those interested in holistic healing!

Second Nature Health Food aims to provide and promote healthy living through supplying the local community with suppliments, organic foods and products, as well as expert herbal, holistic, and lifestyle advice. We do this through education, providing quality customer care, and constantly ensuring our products are top of the line. 

 Please call us or stop in and visit if you have any questions or concerns about your health or any specific product. We look forward to helping you maintain a healthy lifestyle!
December Sales
April Line Drives

New Chapter - 20% off
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Gaia - 20% off
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Garden of Life - 30% off select 
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Country Life - 25% off
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Nordic Naturals - 20% off
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Europharma (Curamin) - 15% off


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Alvita

Herbatint

KyoGreen

Nutrition Now

Similasan

Twinlab


 
Second Nature Health Tips
It's not milk: it's nut milk
Looking for a healthy milk alternative? Nut milks made from almonds, filberts, cashews, and even sunflower seeds are full of enzymes. Almond milk, for example, contains calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, iron, manganese, and zinc. Pick some up at your health food store.

Store News
Found in The Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments by Bryan Rosner, the following references provide information for anyone who is seeking information on Lyme Disease. 
 




Brief overview of probiotic and prebiotic food sources.

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