Individuals who are functionally ill perform all their daily tasks but they suffer from many of these complaints. Unfortunately this is the majority of us and too often we make up excuses or find ways to rationalize why we feel so lousy.
Each year we consume about four pounds of chemical preservatives and additives. Most people never consider what happens if we can’t break down or eliminate these chemicals.
If you burp after meals, have frequent stomach aches, indigestion, heartburn or reflux, suffer from constipation, diarrhea or allergies, you may have trouble with your stomach and digestion.
If you experience hormonal imbalances, suffer from moodiness, irritability or confusion, have high cholesterol, PMS, frequent headaches, bad breath, and have constipation or diarrhea, you may have a sluggish liver.
If you have chronic constipation or diarrhea, are bloated or distended, have regular gas or flatulence, are overweight, have chronic lower-back pain, frequent headaches, abnormal cravings for food, skin problems or acne, you make have poor elimination.
If you experience brain fog, suffer from itchy, watery eyes, allergies, hot flashes or overheating, frequent headaches, bags or dark circles under your eyes and frequently feel depressed or experience low energy, you may have a weakened immune system.
There are no quick fixes, at least not lasting ones. The body has the full potential to repair itself when given the correct nutritional regimen. Nutritional deficiencies cause organ dysfunction, which cause weight gain, high blood pressure; skin rashes like eczema, depression or other symptoms.
Generally, chronic health problems take years of improper diet causing nutritional deficiencies and imbalances as well as environmental influences to get you into the health condition you are currently in.
Nutrition response testing is a non-invasive way of analyzing the body to determine the underlying causes of ill or non-optimum health. Supporting the body’s effort to keep itself healthy and running efficiently is not difficult, but it will take some unlearning of wrong concepts and learning (or re-learning) some correct ones.