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. Our clinically proven system may be quite different from any other healing practice that you may have experienced. The actual procedure is simple and direct, with the body providing all of the information and feedback needed. We use the extraordinary properties of the cells and tissues to bring about healing and health changes…as Nature intended.
The body responds to the procedure reliably and consistently. This system is so precise that it opens the door to a safe and lasting recovery, sometimes even in cases where everything else has failed.
What are we testing for?
Energy flows exist between all parts and organs of the body. These flows can become disrupted for a variety of reasons. As a Nutrition Response Testing practitioner, we will do a full body scan to properly assess your pet’s reflexes. Using an indirect tester, the practitioner will do the analysis by contacting specific reflex areas on your pet. If the tested reflex is stressed, the nervous system will respond by reducing energy. This will cause the indirect tester’s arm to drop or weaken.
A drop in the arm indicates underlying stress or dysfunction in that area which can be affecting your pet’s health. Once the underlying stress is corrected, this weak muscle response will no longer occur. Since we directly use the body for analysis, (versus doing lab tests) it is faster and tends to be just as (if not more) accurate.
There are no huge expensive machines, no drugs, surgery, or needles. Following your consultation you will be given the results in a way that you can understand, with a specific nutritional program to follow.
How soon will I see improvement?
Although every case is different, we often hear enthusiastic reports from clients in as little as 4 to 6 weeks. Generally chronic health problems do not suddenly develop overnight. They develop over a long period of time due to improper diets and environmental influences. Therefore, the sooner and more thoroughly you implement your pet’s program, the sooner you will start to see results