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How do I get a designed clinical nutrition program?

As a Nutrition Response Testing patient, you will receive an individualized
program, using the results derived from your own analysis, matching the
exact needs of your body through diet and nutritional supplementation.

The elements in your personally designed clinical nutrition program are
nutrients that your body is not receiving or not assimilating.

How do I know which supplements are right for me?

With the identification of the core-reason your body is creating symptoms,
we can isolate and verify the exact whole food supplements (and quantities)
your body needs to resolve it's problems. Our goal is to have you on as few
supplements as possible, with your body being fully addressed and restored
at the same time.

I thought I ate well..

Although deficiencies may be due to your past personal eating habits, it is
likely other factors are contributing to the problem - and are contained in
the food you eat every day.

A few items found in the "food" commercially available in all grocery stores
and restaurants:

  • Heat processing
  • Genetic engineering
  • Food coloring
  • Synthetic additives
  • Hormones and antibiotics (livestock)
  • Freezing
  • Preservatives
  • Produce grown in soil that has been robbed of it's nutrients

Anything derived from the above is "food" in disguise as it has been robbed
of all of it's nutritional integrity.

Whole foods have all of the genuine replacement parts that form the matrix
of Nature's balanced design.

What are "whole foods"?

A good example is carrots, which are rich in vitamin A complex. A complex
is made up of different parts that work together. Synthetic vitamins do not
contain the whole complex as found in Nature.

If testing indicates such a deficiency, we would look for a whole food high
in Vitamin A complex and carrots would be a likely source.

A supplement rich in this complex would be included in your program. We
will never use "off the shelf" vitamin products.

Can't I just eat better?

There has been a drastic decline in the quality of food over the past 70
years, resulting in a nation of sick people who are dependent on
pharmaceutical drugs. Your body's function is founded on nourishment from
the environment (which until recently did not include heavy metals, toxic
chemicals and pesticides).

Current food conditions make it next to impossible to get all of the
nutritional components your body requires to maintain resiliency or heal

Whole food supplements are the remedy for this.

They are entirely derived from specific whole foods, organically grown and
prepared in such a way that preserves it's vital enzymes and vitamins,
making them the optimum vitamin-mineral products.

Now in incredibly concentrated form, your body can get complete nutrition
from this small tablet! By restoring the nutrition your body was founded,
you will now see it will heal itself..just as Nature intended.

How long will it take for me to start feeling healthy again?

Each case is handled on an individual basis. The majority of patients who
adhere to their programs have reported noticing positive changes in the
first 4 to 6 weeks. Some take longer and some sooner. Your improvement is
directly proportional to the adherence to your program.

Do I have to stay on a designed clinical nutrition regimen forever?

Through the course of your program, additional layers will show up. For
example, if you have a long term health problem, you may find that your body
may or may not want to address this first. Your body will dictate it's
priority each time you are tested. When your priority problem is handled
with correct nutrients, your next test may reveal another major issue (which
may have been long hidden and unhandled).

As this happens, we will adjust your program. Our goal is to have you on as
few supplements as possible.

Good dietary habits will always be encouraged. If you continue poor habits,
this will perpetuate ill health and inhibit your body's natural ability to
heal itself.

As your feel better and your health improves, you will likely find yourself
wanting to maintain a well-balanced and healthy diet as your normal routine


We look forward to hearing from you

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