Clinical Nutrition

Feeding Your Body What It Really Needs

What is Clinical Nutrition?

Clinical Nutrition, or Nutrition Response Testing, is a non-invasive system of analyzing the body. We use it to determine the underlying causes of less-than-optimal health. This clinically-proven system may be different from anything you may have experienced before.

We will have some questions for you before and during the testing. The actual procedure is simple and direct; your body provides all the information and feedback we need.

After you receive your analysis, you will get a specifically designed nutrition program, one customized for your bodies exact needs, based off the information your body provides.Most programs provide dietary suggestions (as well as whole food supplements) to aid your body in healing itself. Concentrated whole food supplements are used. These have been prepared by a unique process that preserves all of the active enzymes and vital components.

What others say about Nutrition Response Testing and chiropractic care can help you make the right health care choice. Review a selection of our success stories and please contact us if you have any questions.

It is defined as:


Especially prepared for you, based on a specific plan.


Pertaining to the results achieved in clinical use on a multitude of patients over many years.


Real food, as designed by nature, to enable the body to repair itself and become healthier.

Why do we need supplements?

Food isn’t like it used to be 40 or 50 years ago. Everything – even organic food – is poorer quality, with less nutritional value. Thus, we need to supplement our bodies with the nutrients missing from our diets to help our organs do what they’re designed to do.

With nutritional support, the body’s systems will turn back on so:

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Before your first visit, you can fill out your new patient paperwork at home. Just click the button below to download the forms you’ll need, and remember to bring them with you to your first appointment.