What is Nutritional Response Testing?

//What is Nutritional Response Testing?

What is Nutritional Response Testing?

 

Nutrition Response Testing is non-invasive, and allows the analysis of the body’s responses, determining the root cause of poor health. It uses muscle strength testing to understand the comparative health of systems and how your organs may be affecting health and function.

For example, if someone falls through the ice on a lake, the body chooses to prioritize heating the organs in the body’s core before it looks out for parts that it can survive without. The heat and blood supply immediately leave the fingers, toes, arms and legs and go to the core organs. These organs are more important for survival than fingers and toes, which may get hypothermia, but aren’t needed to continue living.

The same principles govern Nutrition Response Testing results. Someone standing in front of you may seem perfectly healthy. Put a little pressure with your hand on their stressed out heart while pushing on their outstretched arm and the arm will go weak. If their heart is strong and healthy, they can maintain the arm out more easily. This is because the body knows that it is more important to save the heart than an arm.

Through our analysis we test your body’s neurological reflexes, which are the body’s way of telling us what and how the nervous system is doing. We test organs, glands, joints, muscles, etc. The system of testing is highly structured and scientific, using ancient acupressure points.

 

Nutritional Response Testing, physical exam

There are 2 Parts to Treatment: Analysis and Implementation

Analysis is your actual appointment with the practitioner, and implementation happens when you go home. During your testing session, we’ll learn what organs and systems respond as healthiest and least strong. Your practitioner will look at your results and determine what foods and nutrients may be needed based on your responses. To get the treatment results you desire, you’ll want to follow the nutritional recommendations determined with your testing results.

 

What is Designated Clinical Nutrition?

Designed Clinical Nutrition is concentrated whole food in a tablet, capsule, powder or liquid, prepared using a process that preserves all of the active enzymes and vital components that make it useful to your body. These real food supplements have been designed to match the needs of the body, as determined by the positive response shown when tested against the active Nutrition Response Testing reflexes that were found on your individual Nutrition Response Testing analysis. These are nutrients you are simply not getting, or not assimilating, in your current diet.

Your vitality and energy is derived from live food. Most foods available today are dead, they literally have no life in them: boxed cereals, canned vegetables, soda pop, etc. You may currently eat dead, devitalized processed foods, with the synthetic or isolated vitamins. “Designed Clinical Nutrition” supplements and a diet of real, non-preserved foods will provide your body with the live nutrients you need to heal yourself.

An example of a Whole Food is carrots, which are high in Vitamin A Complex. “Complexes” are made up of many different parts that work together. Synthetic Vitamin A is only a small part of the whole “Vitamin A Complex” found in nature. If you’re deficient in any of the components of Vitamin A Complex, you would be wise to find a supplement made from whole foods that are rich in this complex – not from chemicals re-engineered in a laboratory to replicate the small piece of the Vitamin A Complex that has been labeled as “Vitamin A.” So, if we were looking for a food high in Vitamin A, carrots are a great choice.

The label “natural” is misleading when applied to nutritional products because the FDA will approve “natural” labeling based on a small percentage naturally sourced components. These barely-natural products don’t correct existing imbalances and may introduce new ones. Designated Clinical Nutrition and whole foods do provide complete vitamin complexes how they’re found in nature.

 

In Nutrition Response Testing® we do not diagnose or treat disease. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

By | 2018-01-28T16:41:46+00:00 January 24th, 2018|Nutrition|Comments Off on What is Nutritional Response Testing?

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