QRA – Quantum Reflex Analysis

Quantum Reflex Analysis is an applied kinesiological testing
technique (referred to as ‘muscle testing’ by some). It uses the Bi-digital (2 finger) O-ring test and is a safe, non-invasive, easy, and painless assessment tool.

Discovered and patented by Yoshiaki Omura Ph. D, the O-ring has been tested in scientific studies and clinically proven to work.

Chemical Cuisine

The rule of thumb is that you shouldn’t eat anything that you don’t recognize. These days, so many products are loaded with chemicals that make a simple ingredients list a mile long. Chemical Cuisine is a new application that will help you decipher these mysterious chemicals to determine if you want to put it in your body or not. Simply type in the chemical and it will give you a detailed description of what the chemical is,

The Carrot

Tracking food intake, workouts, and supplements can become draining, but this application makes it easy and fun!

The Carrot is the leading life management tracker with many benefits. It offers 30+ different trackers for health and lifestyle. It even offers assistance to quit smoking using a gradual approach. It’s simple and well organized.

Fooducate

This application will come in handy during your trip to the grocery store. Fooducate analyzes nutrition labels and ingredients lists so you can make better choices at the market. You can scan a product barcode and Fooducate will highlight the good and bad qualities such as calories, fat content, sodium, artificial flavoring and more. It will also grade the product from A+ to F to help simplify things.

Zyto Elite

We have incorporated Zyto’s uber-futuristic assessment tool to help give us another in-office tool (and Virtual – yes we can test you no matter where you are as long as you have access to the internet) to help qualify and quantify what is going on in the body!

Our painless technology allows us to communicate with your body. In conjunction with our QRA assessment technique, we can test your body to see which foods, supplements, and/or natural remedies are most compatible with it.

Micronutrient Testing

Are you nutrient deficient? Is your multivitamin working? Test to see if your vitamin levels are the best they can be!

“Although the clinical syndromes of vitamin deficiencies are unusual in Western societies, suboptimal vitamin status is not. Because suboptimal vitamin status is associated with many chronic diseases including cardiovascular diseases, cancer and osteoporosis, it is important for physicians to identify patients with poor nutrition or other reasons for increased vitamin needs”

Lipoprotein Particle

When we get our annual blood work, most labs only test 4 numbers: Total Cholesterol, LDL, HDL and Triglycerides. It has been reported that up to 50 percent of those who have suffered heart attacks had “normal” cholesterol numbers.

Most of us have been taught about the importance of maintaining a healthy cholesterol level, say under 200. Some of us even understand the difference between LDL (“bad” cholesterol) and HDL (“good” cholesterol).

Test Your Bone Health

Most physicians don’t recommend checking for bone mass until you reach your 50’s. However, habits in our modern lives such as smoking, eating disorders and lack of exercise can cause early deterioration of our bones. There are two main ways of testing for bone health: DEXA (Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry) and NTx (Cross-linked N-telopeptides of type I collagen).

Are You Losing Bone Mass?

Peak bone mass is typically reached by age 35. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t lose bone before 35. Many younger than 35 have reported bone density below normal genetic and/or lifestyle factors. Here are the genetic factors for elevated risk of bone loss, and which ones can be reversed.

Vitamin D Status

Vitamin D is produced in the skin via the UVb rays in sunlight. What is the most important to note is the amount of vitamin D that the body naturally produces with sunlight. Why is the daily recommended dose of vitamin D is 400 units when your body will make 10,000 units of D with full exposure in only 30 minutes. Granted this amount is achieved when the sun is at it’s highest point in the sky, you have to wonder what other roles this important nutrient plays in the body.