Nutrition-Response Testing, a holistic nutrition test, helps maintain health at the mobile phone level

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Most people when they first experience my work find somewhere incredible and impossible. And, objectively, it's a little amazing that by simply testing people's muscles and reflexes, Nutrition Response Testing (NRT), I get a clear and accurate answer to the human health. This effective, non-invasive method is a key tool for holistic nutrition.

NRT is a systematic analysis that is performed by manual muscle testing, neurological reflexes, and acupuncture points. The principle is that the body is run by chemical and electrical signals that the brain drives through the spinal cord and the fluid nervous system (and back). All our organs are controlled by the brain and the nervous system, and hundreds of our muscles are controlled and linked by the nervous system. If you disrupt electrical messages, the result is a weakened muscle

Healthy, deteriorated muscle is naturally strong and resistant to average resistance. What you're thinking of is simple muscular strength, actually has a much deeper connection to nerves, organs, glands, and whole body systems. When clients carry intolerance to certain substances, the average resistance is applied and the muscle choice drastically changes and weakens, I know it is a reflection of a deeper compromise.

Even the most disadvantageous pressure weakens the arm when there is a basic condition in the proper areas of a particular organ or gland. NRT is interested in nervous system reflexes because they are related to the autonomic nervous system. The autonomic nervous system regulates the functioning of the organs. It is divided into the sympathetic nervous system (think "fight or flight", body accelerator) and the parasympathetic nervous system (think of "rest and digestion" on the body's brake). Neurological reflexes reflect the fine balance of the two systems.

This is the underlying theory of the system. So far with me? So the operation of the NRT session, after talking to a patient and examining the symptoms, I go through the analysis section, usually at the patient upstairs. First, a "basal muscle test" was used to determine how they respond when there are no external agents. This is usually done using the arm and the shoulder:

I gently hold my shoulder and pull the raised arm. Since it does not affect external influences, it will completely resist. (If you experience injury or weakness in these areas, you can use different muscle tests.) If the test is OK, the next thing is that the patient is open and closed together with both hands (with your thumb, ring and pink fingertips). This will reveal whether a person has dysfunction in the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous system.

Positive reading changes the course of inquiry. If it is assumed to be negative since 90% of this time, the next step is testing the blocked regulation of the autonomic nervous system. Three different reflex points were given and I studied my muscle response to determine if the patient had autonomic dysregulation. Very ill people have autonomous disregulation to some extent. The accelerator pedal or the brakes also work.

I also work with acupuncture points that are linked to different organs or glands. This is my direct test method to determine if there is any weakness in a body or gland. I touch the whole body exactly, starting with the head and the trunk. An analogy in the traditional medical world connects the patient through a device that tests the electrical function of the heart or the conduct of specific nerves, then records the findings on a graph or diagram.

With NRT, the practitioner becomes all purpose and purpose. Instead of linking the electrodes with the points studied, I would handle these points with my hands. With the other hand, I try the muscles of the extended arm. If problematic or dysfunctional, the nervous system responds weakly to the arm. The patient will feel as if his arm is weaker to the point that even if he attempts all his strength, he could do nothing to keep his arm in an upright position.

The practitioner, even the most gentle pressure, reduces the patient's arm. Now let me say that I touch the acupuncture point for the kidneys and the liver, and the patient's muscle strength is weakness (a decrease in liver). The next step is to put the accessories on the body or in my hands and see which nutritional supplements strengthen the weak reflex. My goal is for the patient to effectively complete the office from the office, which strengthens all the weak reflexes.

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