How Does RBTI Analysis Work?
Natural Health Practitioners trained in RBTI Analysis look for many factors including whether the pH of the body is in balance or out of balance and where the greatest amount of stress is held in the body.
RBTI Analysis (Urine-Saliva Analysis) assesses:
Carbohydrate in the Urine (An indication of clients’ oxygen levels and available energy). Low carbohydrate levels or high levels indicate that the liver and pancreas may not be working effectively to control the blood sugar regulation. Steps can then be taken to help regulate these functions.
pH of the Urine (Showing how effectively nutrients are being absorbed).
- Experience has shown that the further away from balanced the urine pH is the more likely that symptoms or disease may develop in a clients’ body. This is a strong indicator of mineral deficiencies and the pointer to which calciums your body will most benefit from.
- A poor pH balance is a major cause of illness and disease. Ignored imbalanced pH can affect your clients’ blood and oxygen carrying capacity along with all cellular activities, hormone systems, immune functions and all other bodily functions.
- Experience has shown that most minerals and supplements require a balanced pH to be efficiently absorbed. Common problems indicated by imbalanced pH are all forms of digestive disturbances, irritable bowel, reflux and heartburn. Anyone taking any form of digestive antacid or aid would benefit from having RBTI Analysis done to help discover the cause of the issue. Left untreated it can lead to cancer and all sorts of spinal conditions and problems.
pH of the Saliva (Irregularities can be a major cause of weight gain or of inability to gain weight. They are also an indication that liver and pancreatic function is out of balance for some reason and that some form of intervention is called for). Reams found that by noting these imbalances in either urine or saliva pH he knew which form of calcium was needed to help bring the body back into balance.
The amount of cellular debris in the Urine (A measure of how well your clients’ body is disposing of cellular waste).
Salts and toxins (Showing balance of electrolytes and a guide to the body’s need for water). Too low elimination of salts and toxins can indicate electrolyte imbalance whereas too high is an indication of insufficient water or overload of salt. These will both affect energy and the connections between brain and body.
Nitrate Nitrogen (NN: Alkaline in nature, showing how well protein is being broken down in the small intestine and a key to the body’s need for potassium). A high NN number indicates that the upper body is under pressure and would benefit from intervention.
Ammoniacal Nitrates (AN: Indicate how much putrefactive waste is being absorbed, primarily from the bowel).
- The total of the NN and AN numbers show the level of the urea’s being passed in the urine, another pointer to major stress factors and tiredness.
- Low or high urea numbers indicate that the body is overloaded or may not be able to detoxify effectively and therefore symptoms may develop and the possibility of developing a serious disease or condition is increased.
In addition to the above we also screen for:
- Leucocytes (a pointer to infections in the body)
- Urobilinogen (liver deficiencies)
- Nitrite (a sign of bacterial infection)
- Protein – Nutrients (kidney problems)
- Blood (digestion, kidney/bladder problems)
- Specific gravity (energy imbalances)
- Ketones (dietary concerns)