Magnolia Health Care, Inc.
Wellness Marketplace

116 North 5th Street, Hartsville, SC 29550

Tel: (843) 332-9700

Email: info@magnolia-health.com


Located at 116 North Fifth Street in Hartsville, The Wellness Marketplace exists to enrich the health care environment in Hartsville by providing nutritional supplementation, as well as advice and education on nutrition as complements to the standard medicine practiced in the community.


The idea of nutrition as a means to good health and vitality is well established. Hippocrates, the father of medicine, said, “Let food be your medicine.” Various Greek writers commented on the nutrition of Olympic athletes of their times. In recent years, there have been significant advances in the understanding of the role of many nutrients in support of overall good health, positive vitality, disease prevention, and preserving youth. There is much scientific effort devoted to this field.


Based on that science, The Wellness Marketplace provides nutritional support for a variety of health and wellness needs. Our aim is promote good health and positive vitality as a higher standard than mere absence of disease, and our protocols cover many medical conditions as well as support for healthy adults seeking to achieve maximum wellness. Our recommendations are based in the scientific body of knowledge about human physiology. The approach of our resident medical professional, Dr. Emmanuel Quaye, refers to the current state of the science for guidance to how to optimize training and athletic performance through diet and nutritional support, and he is responsible for tailoring our nutritional protocols to patients to satisfy their individual needs.

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Serenity in the backyard.
About the Linus Pauling Institute: The Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University is a world leader in the study of micronutrients and their role in promoting optimum health or preventing and treating disease. Major areas of research include heart disease, cancer, aging and neurodegenerative disease.
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