Why guess when you can know for sure? Their are many tools used by nutritionists such as questionnaires, generic diet sheets etc which are all flawed. A generic diet sheet is pretty obvious to spot the flaws with, it takes no consideration of the individual. Equally though, the fabled questionnaire can lead to fatal errors. The client will often answer with their preconceived idea, or their opinions may have been skewed by talking with the nutritionist who imposes his or her own views. More often than not both the client and the nutritionist will theorize and twist the facts to suit. Do you convince yourself that you need a high protein/low carb diet? Or is it a genuine need? We can't be sure unless we specifically test and remove all possibility of influencing the result. Data is key, or as Holmes put it "Data! Data! Data!...I can't make bricks without clay."
Via the investigative testing principles I use, we can determine whether what is consumed in your diet is beneficial or harmful to your body. By detecting mineral imbalances we can discover the root cause of ill health and dysfunction.
Nutrients can work for your body, equally they can work against the body if it isn't what you need. By working with me to monitor your physiology it’s possible determine which foods and/or supplements are needed by you and you only. I then track the changes and make appropriate alterations as and when needed.
The ability to determine what you are and are not digesting, if your absorbing nutrients, any vitamin and mineral deficiencies. Along with the ability to check organs function such as the kidneys, liver, heart, colon or gall bladder
Give us the ability to restore health and avoid suffering:
- circulatory problems
- high blood pressure
- coronary heart disease
- low blood pressure
- weight gain
- high cholesterol
- and any other health issue that you may have
• How much water to consume; when, why, how, what source and even if you should actually drink water
• What foods to use along with how they are to be prepared; when, why and how much you need to consume
• What foods to eliminate or avoid; when, what they do to you and the effects of removing them
• What type of mineral supplements to use and which to avoid
• What type of vitamins to use and which to avoid
• What type of therapy to use, should you exercise or rest and recover?
Remember I'm not a doctor (not yet anyway) and I do not diagnose or practice medicine, see your GP for that. I practice health, and if you follow my advice that is what you will get...health!!
It is a capital mistake to theorize before you have all the evidence, it biases the judgment.