Do you feel like you never feel 100% well? You wake up just as tired as you went to bed. You get pains in your joints. Small bumps to the body are more painful than they should be. Getting older should not be this painful. Your body tells you it doesn’t feel right. Over time, it results in poor health. Advanced nutritional testing might detect what other tests have failed to identify. Knowing what’s wrong can put you on the proper path to recovery.

How Does Nutrition Affect Poor Health?

Eating provides the food your body needs for energy and to repair itself. The food gets broken down into a form where the vitamins, amino acids and minerals are absorbed into the body. If the food contains pesticides, synthetic ingredients, heavy metals, or other harmful substances, they affect your body as well.
Your body tries its best to insulate itself from the harmful ingredients by storing them in fat cells. But the body can only do so much. The poisons will at times leach into your body and collect in your joints, causing a great deal of pain.
A diet lacking in nutrient diversity will result in the body starving. A fad diet that removes an essential element of your food intake can also starve the body. Although your stomach may seem full, your food may not supply all of the nutrients it needs. Common symptoms of nutrient starvation include feeling tired and weak.

What Is Advanced Nutritional Testing?

Advanced Nutritional Testing

Advanced Nutritional Testing is a quick blood test to determine the underlying causes of ill or non-optimal health. It is effective for people of all ages from infant to elderly.
Many ailments stem from the gut. So nutritional testing is a fast way to see what your body lacks.

What Makes Nutrition Response Testing Unique?

In medical practice there are two key components:
  1. Diagnosis: Identifying and/or naming the “disease” or syndrome.
  2. Treatment: Drugs, surgery, physical therapy, etc.

In Advanced Nutritional Testing, we do not diagnose or treat disease. Instead, we approach testing through:

  1. Analysis: The assessment of your body’s current health status.
  2. Personalized health improvement program: Using designed clinical nutrition.
Once we know where you are lacking in nutrition, we can develop a meal plan that will balance your body. As you feel better and your health improves, you will likely find yourself wanting to maintain a well-balanced and healthy diet as your normal routine.
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