I Can Feel My Feet

By Brad Kristiansen, DC I have come across some interesting cases using Nutrition Response Testing® in my chiropractic practice. Here are a few that I would like to share with you. A woman, who was in her 50’s came in to see me who was 5 feet tall and weighed […] Read more »

Diabetes – “But I eat everything organic”

By Cori Stern, DC As a Chiropractor who utilizes Nutrition Response Testing®, I have had several diabetic patients that have been helped immensely. I am currently working with a 41-year-old woman with uncontrolled high blood sugar. It ranged between 152-298 with her diabetes medication! During my analysis I found several […] Read more »

No Longer Burdened by Congestive Heart Failure

By Sarah Outlaw, MH, MSACN As a Nutrition Response Testing® practitioner I see a wide variety of patients with many different health issues.  Most of the cases I see are ones dealing with digestive problems, the thyroid, the adrenals, the liver, problems detoxing, as well as auto-immune issues. One extreme […] Read more »

Pregnant After 6 Miscarriages!

By Shannon Roznay, DC I have found that utilizing Nutrition Response Testing® in conjunction with chiropractic yields miraculous results that even I am surprised by. Here are two of cases that made a lasting impression on me. Being a woman, I have a special place in my heart to help […] Read more »

Choosing the Right Place to Plant a Tree

By Nancy Penrose Planting a tree is a great way to conserve energy, protect your property and clear the air. Additionally, trees preserve soil, provide food and add value to your home. Choosing the right location for your tree is vital and will help keep the tree in good health. […] Read more »

Silva Construction Recommends Remodeling your Home with Health in Mind

SAN PEDRO, CA: Silva Construction, (https://www.silvaconstruction.com) a construction company, is recommending homeowners to design their homes with health in mind when it comes to remodeling. A few ways Silva Construction recommends designing the home to feel more comfortable include: Making windows double or triple-paned to reduce noise, and adding insulation […] Read more »