Why Test Using RBTI Analysis? 2017-07-26T09:53:01+00:00

Why Test Using RBTI Analysis?

RBTI Analysis enables trained Natural Health Practitioners to understand what is happening at the Biochemic level of their clients’ body. Whenever the clients’ body is out of balance in any way it will show in the testing results. (formula numbers).

 

RBTI Analysis Consultants are trained to look at the formula derived from client samples and target specific areas where improvements can be made to help restore balance.

The nature of the clients’ symptoms aren’t as important as the imbalances in their biochemistry that are causing them. Most important is how far away from balanced their biochemistry is. For instance, when the pH is out of balance the clients’ body will have difficulty in absorbing all of the minerals and nutrients needed to feed the liver.

This can result in many different symptoms and conditions from disease to hormonal imbalance to anxiety, depression, irritable bowel, to aches and pains and headaches. The body will suffer somewhere until the minerals that it needs are supplied.

This enables trained practitioners to see at a glance where a clients’ body is out of balance and to design a program to help move your client towards optimal health.

A similar system is used in naturally based agricultural practices to enhance crop yields with healthier fruit, vegetables and livestock.

Developed and refined over many years, RBTI Analysis is being successfully used to assist the health of babies, children, teenagers, adults and senior citizens. Natural Health Practitioners trained in RBTI Analysis are able to target the area of greatest need.

The residues and components of urine are still used today in medical science to test for imbalances in the body. We just take it a lot further working on the concepts proposed by Carey Reams and the other pioneers of Naturopathy and many other forms of Complementary Medicine.

We know that any variations from perfect balance indicate how well or how poorly clients’ have been digesting, assimilating and processing their food and therefore what energy they have available from that food.

 

Understand how to measure and how to treat:

  • Acid/Alkaline imbalances and know how important they are to your client’s health, physically, mentally and emotionally.
  • Carbohydrate readings and learn how they reflect available oxygen and glucose and how this effects physical, mental and emotional energy.
  • Salt levels and how they can be an indicator to lack or too much water, low energy, inability to detoxify, cholesterol and heart health.
  • Ureas and how they contribute to stress, tension, heart attacks and strokes.
  • And much more.

 

 

“We don’t live on the food that we eat, we live on the energy created by the food that we eat.”
Carey Reams