Computerized Nutritional Analysis
This computerized nutritional analysis is a systematic way of surveying your unique array of symptoms to discover possible nutritional causes. It is a practical way of assessing nutritional status that relies on a unique method of measurement that is both approximate and reliable. When it comes to health, it is far better to be approximately right than precisely wrong.
The analysis takes about 25 to 40 minutes to complete. It asks hundreds of questions about symptoms relating to nutritional imbalances. Sometimes the same (or very similar) question appears in more than one category. This is done to make interpreting the results more efficient, as certain signs or symptoms may indicate more than one nutritional cause.
You will receive your results within 1-2 weeks of completing the questionnaire. This computerized nutritional analysis can detect deficiencies and imbalances long before they show up on laboratory tests. The results will examine macronutrients, vitamins, macro minerals (such as calcium, magnesium, potassium and iron), micro minerals (such as iodine, chromium and selenium), toxic metals (such as lead and aluminum), excesses (such as sugar, caffeine, sodium), digestive imbalances (such as low stomach acid, malabsorption, lactic bacteria), glandular imbalances (such as underactive/overactive adrenals and thyroid), and metabolic/systemic imbalances (such as allergies, hypoglycemia and candidiasis). The results of your questionnaire will be analyzed by LeeAnn Cruz, a certified nutritional practitioner. She will provide you with a detailed explanation of your results and provide you with relevant, customized solutions including dietary, supplement and lifestyle recommendations.
Computerized Nutritional Analysis $150
•completed in the comfort of your own home
•includes a comprehensive report with complete explanations of nutrient deficiencies or imbalances within the body
•relevant, customized solutions including dietary, supplement and lifestyle recommendations
Sample Explanation: Sample Nutritional Analysis Evaluation