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Westport, CT 06880 US

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Nutrition Response Testing

Dr. Adam Propper gives a brief overview of the successful actions for those who want to get the most out of their Nutrition Response Testing (NRT) Program. This is a brief patient orientation.

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What is Nutrition Response Testing (NRT)?

NRT is a non-invasive system of analysing the body to determin the underlying cause of ill or non-optimum health. It is based on the fact that your body is an energy system that willingly shares information of its functional state when correctly tapped into using specific muscle testing over reflexes on the surface of the body.

This system of analysis is so simple, specific and direct, with the body providing all the information and feedback needed. The body responds to the procedure reliably and consistently. The feedback is so precise that it opens the door to a safe and lasting recovery, even in cases where everything else has failed.

What are we testing for?

Through our analysis, we are testing your body's neurological reflexes. These reflexes are the body's way of tell us what and how your nervous system is doing - as it is the nervous system's responsiblilty to regulate function for each and every organ, cell, gland and structure.

How do we get the body's "reflex" information?

The analysis is based on the scientific fact that the body is an energy flow system. These flows can be disrupted for a variety of reasons. In fact there are 5 main Stressors that block a person's full recovery. Often just finding these alone is enough to open the system to optimum function.

When you are tested we will do a full body scan to properly assess each of your reflexes. Once the reflexes are revealed as to their strenght or weakness, they can be corrected by using specific nutrition that is designed for your needs.

How long will it take to see improvement?

Most health problems took months or years to establish themselves. We ask that you consider a minimum of 60 to 90 days for the body to regenerate new health.

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Testimonial

  • "I've been to Dr. Propper twice; in 2012 I was having lower back issues and after working with him (and listening to him & Dr. Jen) they went away. Over Thanksgiving (2015) I developed a herniated disc - this was the worst back pain I've ever experienced and Propper Chiropractic has helped me TREMENDOUSLY - the pain is practically gone and I am extremely thankful!"
    Sam A. / Westport, CT

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