The first step to defining your pathway to wellness is to perform a Ream’s test, or RBTI. This non-invasive, seven-part test uses saliva and urine analysis to pinpoint imbalances in the body and helps us create a perfect set of personalized lifestyle recommendations.
During this 15 minute process we’ll test for carbohydrates (sugars), pH, conductivity (salts), cell debris, nitrate nitrogen (Protein In-Liver Function), and ammonia nitrogen (Protein Out-Kidney Function). The analysis will reveal:
- how much water you should consume.
- what juices, teas, and herbs you should use, and which ones you should avoid.
- what foods you should eat, and which ones you should eliminate.
- what type of mineral supplements you should use, and which ones you should avoid.
- what types of vitamins and enzymes you should use, and which ones you should not.
- what type of ancillary therapies you should use and which ones you shouldn’t.
With every analysis, we’ll tell you when you consume or participate in each, as well as why.
The test results can also indicate:
- calcium needs
- what you are or are not digesting
- vitamin and mineral deficiencies
- high or low blood sugar levels
- excess yeast (candida) or parasites
- added stress on internal organs (kidneys, liver, heart, colon, gall bladder)
- health level of liver and gall bladder
The RBTI analysis is so beneficial because it is a real-time mathematical analysis that gives us a snap shot of what is taking place within the electro-biochemical structure of the human body.
The RBTI is not used to diagnose or treat medical illnesses, but it lets us help you address and reverse unrecognized physiological dysfunctional patterns through personalized lifestyle recommendations.