Jane Loader  (Dip. ClassK  IFA  ITEC  IEB Dip.  Cert Ed  MRadA)



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Polarity Reflex Analysis Nutritional Assessment

What is Polarity Reflex Analysis?

Dr Versendaal spent twenty five years perfecting the use of a reflex system in which he analysed patient's nutritional needs based upon the evaluation of the electrical energy of their reflexes.

This was later developed by Angela Burr-Marsden in the 80's incorporating Kinesiology techniques to determine specific reflex imbalances and the correct nutritional support required to achieve balance and monitor the body's progress toward well-being.

Our modern diets!

Optimum nutrition is required to keep the human body alive and functioning properly. The body is an incredibly powerful biochemical/electrical plant converting the foods that we eat and utilising the vitamins, minerals and amino acids. It replaces approximately one billion cells per hour - 24 billion per day all requiring nutrition. It is vital that the body receives good quality nutrition to keep it alive and functioning effectively.

In an ideal world if at least 70% of our diet consisted of raw, fresh fruits, vegetables, grains and nuts that were organically grown in an environment free of pollution; if cattle were not fed hormones, antibiotics and steroids or chemically fertilised feed, our diet would be more beneficial to our needs.

Instead, most foods have been depleted of vitamins and minerals. Sadly, in our modern world of manufactured foods many people suffer from a variety of nutritional imbalances and health related symptoms which can lead to ill health. Research has shown that diseases such as diabetes and heart disease are known to be nutritionally caused.

But I hate diets!

Being on a diet does not mean eating less it just means eating better and food should be a pleasure. The importance of good nutrition cannot be under estimated. Each individual has their own dietary needs which are influenced by many factors including:

- hereditary - stress
- lifestyle - health
- age - activity

There are strong links between poor nutrition and health disorders for example:

- Heart disease - Food intolerances .
- High Blood Pressure - Skin problems
- Arthritis - Menopausal problems
- Osteoporosis - Menstrual problems
- Asthma - Infertility
- Hayfever - Urinary problems
- Headaches - Thrush
- Migraine - Tired all the time
- Digestive problems and many other conditions...
- IBS and bowel problems  

What are the benefits?

Correct nutrition can help boost the immune system and increase energy levels. Nutrition can help the body to overcome specific illness by supporting the body's natural ability to heal itself. As well as being a therapy in its own right, nutrition can enhance the benefits of other therapies.

What does the treatment involve?

You will be asked to complete a questionnaire prior to your first appointment. Based on the information provided from the questionnaire, your first consultation, using Kinesiology techniques and Polarity Reflex Analysis Nutritional Assessment (PRANA), dietary advice and possibly supplements will be given to improve health and well-being.


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