Nutritional Response Testing

Nutritional Response Testing

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-NRT is very precise and scientific. In a medical practice there are two key components: the
diagnosis and the treatment. In NRT we do not diagnose or treat disease. But we also have two

key parts: the analysis and the personalized health improvement program. Focusing on specific
weak areas and matching it with whole food nutritional supplements, strength returns. The
trick is to determine the correct supplement, dosage, which stressor is affecting your body, and
how best to utilize the supplement. We use Standard Process Whole Food Supplements:
www.standardprocess.com . We perform muscle testing and evaluate the 5 most common
stressors of the body first: chemical, food sensitivities, metal, bacteria, and virus. We then
progress from there and evaluate the entire body. We have follow-up appointments a week
after your first session to ensure the body progressing towards the results you desire.

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For current patients in our practice, it is $25 appointments. If you are a new patient to the practice, the first appointment is $50 and all follow-up appointments are $25.
Dr. Royal Lee the Founder of Standard Process made this statement years ago, “disease is a normal reaction to an abnormal environment.” Meaning if you have nutritional deficiencies your body can’t cope to the fullest. We invite you to call and schedule an appointment to see how you are or see how we can improve your present progress/condition.
Our goal is to help your body health and eliminate the internal nutritional stressors that are making you feel run down, fatigued, bloated, not yourself, etc. The five main stressors mentioned above affect all organs of the body in some way, and with NRT we can help those organs heal and function optimally!
The first appointment is usually about 40-45 minutes because we go through your health intake form, your goals, complete the nutritional testing and full body scan testing. All the follow up appointments will be specific and focused, which will take approximately 15-20 minutes.