You may wonder why a certain supplement works for one person, but not for another? Or why a certain lifestyle change like exercising produces good results for a certain amount of time then you plateau?
Could it be because your pH is off? According to the extensive research and successful results of Dr. Carey A. Reams he proved that when pH is not in optimal alignment then we don't absorb or assimilate our food appropriately. When this happens the body will over-or-under compensate and then uncomfortable imbalances most likely occur.
Through a simple non-invasive seven-part pH test using urine and saliva, we can now educate ourselves together using Dr. Reams' system on why you might not be absorbing the food you eat, etc.
Dr. Reams calls this test RBTI or pH Balancing. RBTI is the abbreviated term for Reams' Biological Theory of Ionization. RBTI is a working explanation of the fundamental ionic energy composition and function of biological life. This theory was discovered, developed and proven through the unique work of agronomist, biochemist and mathematician Dr. Carey A. Reams beginning in the 1930s.
This evaluation may reveal "simple" things like the following:
How much water to consume, when and why;
What juices, teas, and herbs to use and which to avoid, when and why;
What foods to use along with how they are to be prepared, when and why;
What foods to eliminate or avoid, when and why;
What type of mineral supplements to use and which to avoid, when and why;
What type of vitamins and enzymes to use and which to avoid, when and why;
What type of ancillary therapy (colonics, exercise, rest, sunlight, chiropractics, etc.) to use and which to avoid, when and why.
Is RBTI used to treat illness?
RBTI is not for diagnosing or treating medical illness. If you are seeking diagnosis and treatment for a medical condition you need to seek the services of a licensed medical doctor for that. To set up an appointment for what we call "pH Balancing" please read the following:
Note: pH Balancing is an hour-long session with Nancy Gurney. Please avoid food 2 hours prior to this evaluation and come with a comfortably full bladder.