You may be asked to fill out a questionnaire about your health and diet, how much you eat and smoke, about your lifestyle and any medication. The practitioner examines your skin, eyes and nails and questions you about the mood and stress levels. You can diagnose yourself through hair, urine or blood tests, using kinesiology or a Vega machine.
You will be asked to exclude from your diet tea, coffee, alcohol, chocolate, salt and salted foods, red meat, sugar and saturated fats. It can be placed in a dieting diet to recognize food allergy. Using the information gained through the diagnosis, a skilled person develops a sophisticated treatment. Recommend a nutrient-rich diet that can be supplemented with nutrient capsules, powders or liquids.
In some cases, dietary therapists are injecting the supplements. The main source of antioxidants is vitamin A or beta-carotene derived from carrots, spinach, broccoli and tomatoes. Vitamin C comes from citrus fruits, pebbles, potatoes and green leafy vegetables. Vitamin E is wheat germ, nuts, green leafy vegetables, whole bread, vegetable oils, especially sunflowers and rape, spinach and avocado.
Minerals are derived from selenium, zinc, copper, niacin, vitamins B1 and B12, folic acid, antithesizer, magnesium and manganese, all of which can be found in fruits and vegetables and in the offal, wheat germ, whole meal bread, oily fish, Products. Fresh fruits and vegetables, whole edible bread, vegetable oils and oily fish are all the sources of antioxidants that are an important part of healthy nutrition.