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Nutrition Response Testing

The body has the potential to fully repair itself, when given the right nutrients.

Nutrition Response Testing is a non-invasive system of analyzing the body to determine the underlying causes of ill or non-optimum health.

Our clinically proven system may be quite different from any other healing practice that you may have experienced.

We will have some questions for you before and during the testing.  The actual procedure is simple and direct, with the body providing all of the information and feedback needed.  We use the extraordinary properties of the human cells and tissues to bring about healing and health changes...exactly as nature intended.

The body responds to the procedure reliably and consistently.  This feedback is so precise that it opens the door to a safe and lasting recovery, even in cases where everything else has failed.

As a Nutrition Response Testing practitioner, Dr. Lawless will do a full body scan to properly assess each of your reflexes.  He will do this analysis by contacting your extended arm with one hand, and contacting the specific reflex area with the other hand.  If the tested reflex is stressed, your nervous system will respond by reducing energy to the extended arm (which will weaken and cause it to drop).  A drop in the arm indicates underlying stress or dysfunction in that area which can be affecting your health.  Once the underlying stress is corrected, this weak muscle response will no longer occur.

There are no huge expensive machines, no drugs, surgery, nasty needles or laboratory fees to cover.  Since Dr. Lawless directly uses your body for the analysis (versus doing lab tests) it is faster and tends to be just as (if not more) accurate.

Following your consultation and analysis you will be given the results in a way that you can understand, with a specific nutritional program to follow.

While you are on your own designed clinical nutrition program, you will continue on your health recovery process. We will continue to monitor your progress and adjust your program as needed.

Nutrition Response Testing will assist you in attaining the maximum possible health benefits and get the real underlying health issues handled!

     

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  • "I am so grateful for me and my family to be patients of Dr. Lawless. He helps us to feel well and balanced through his competent chiropractic care. He always gives a thorough whole-body adjustment. I appreciate that. Additionally, his office and staff are professional and timely. Dr. Lawless is kind, caring & shares his healing energy."
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