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Nutrition Response Testing℠

What is nutrition response testing℠?

Nutrition response testing℠ is a non-invasive system of analyzing the body to determine the underlying causes of ill or non-optimum health.

Based on a plan designed specifically for you, fully based on the information your body provides.

Our Clinically proven system may be quite different from any other healing practice that you may have experienced.

We will have some questions for you before and during the testing. The actual procedure is simple the direct with the body providing all of the information and feedback needed. We use the extraordinary properties of the human cells and tissue to bring about healing and health changes… exactly as nature intended.

The body responds to the procedure reliably and consistently.

This feedback is so precise that it opens the door to a safe and lasting recovery, even in cases where everything else has failed.

“The body has the full potential to fully repair itself, when given the right nutrients.”

What are we testing for?

Through our analysis, we are testing your body’s neurological reflexes. These reflexes are the body’s way of telling us what and how your nervous system is doing as it is the nervous system’s responsibility to regulate the body’s functions for each and every organ.

The testing includes organs, glands, joints, muscles, etc.

These reflexes are tested on the surface of the body and then the findings are analyzed.

How soon will I see improvement?

Although every case is different, we often hear enthusiastic reports from patients in as little as 4-6 weeks. The fastest recoveries are often from those who have the most closely adhered to their recommended nutritional program.

Is it important to stick to the plan?

Generally chronic health problems do not suddenly develop overnight. They develop over a long period of time (often years) with improper diet (which cause nutritional deficiencies and imbalances) and environmental influences. All of which have gotten you into your current health condition.

Therefore the sooner and more thoroughly you implement your program, the sooner you will start to see results. While on your program if you continue those same old habits and routines that contributed to your current condition, your body’s condition may not improve as you hope. Total commitment to your program is strongly urged.

Patient Success and testimonials.

“I feel better than I have felt in at least eight years. I have energy and have lost 23 pounds. For years I suffered from “inertia” not having enough energy to get up and do anything.

"I’m back enjoying bike riding and walking instead of just making myself do things. An added bonus is that the natural curl has returned to my hair” – F. Cruz

“Within 1 ½ weeks the symptoms were all gone, and have stayed that way. Your analysis seems to be like a laser that goes right to the physical source of the problem. The recommended right to the physical source of the problem. The recommended personalized nutritional programs recommended have helped me and members of my family each time.” Barth. D

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