Nutrition Response Testing is a technique developed by Freddie Ulan, D.C., CCN. His introductory eBook, “Better Patient Results with Nutrition Response Testing,” gives practitioners an introduction to this successful protocol.
“Medical treatment has become symptom suppression and chiropractic has been reduced, in the public mind, to pain management,” says Ulan. “So where can anyone turn for real healing?”
He set about researching and developing Nutrition Response Testing and has since trained thousands of like-minded practitioners in the protocol. The third edition of his eBook was released this week, with updates to the content based on current research and results.
A report from the Milbank Quarterly, a multidisciplinary journal of health and health policy, revealed that chiropractors are experiencing increasing pressure to show demonstrable value and results. Reports like this one, coupled with a sudden flood of media coverage on the role nutrition plays in health and wellness, has led to an increased demand for nutrition protocols that get results. Nutrition Response Testing is one such protocol that has attracted the attention of chiropractors interested in offering a safe, noninvasive method of finding the root cause of a condition and addressing it with a clinically designed whole-food nutrition program, along with diet and lifestyle adjustments.
“Since I started using Nutrition Response Testing, I have been able to help so many more stuck cases fully recover that needed more than chiropractic,” said Douglas Mills D.C. “It has enabled me to become the health practitioner I had always dreamed of — I feel confident that there is nothing that I can’t handle in a patient’s condition, no matter what it is!”
Download the latest edition of Better Patient Results with Nutrition Response Testing at betterpatientresultsebook.com.
About Nutrition Response Testing
Nutrition Response Testing is a non-invasive system to assist a practitioner’s assessment of the underlying causes of ill health. This view of neurological reflexes and health status is not a conventional medical view but considered to be a form of complementary or alternative medicine. Testing is for screening purposes and should not be relied upon by itself as a final test of the presence or absence of any disease or conclusive evidence about nutritional deficiency or sensitivity. The Nutrition Response Testing system, wellness products and statements about dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.