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NutriLuxe Offers Personal, At-Home Body Biochemical Balance Test
Date:3/11/2010

When 'in balance,' the human body is a self-healing biochemical organism. Unfortunately, modern lifestyles and nutritional realities are causing many people to be 'out of balance.' NutriLuxe Solaris tests the body's biochemical and electrical balance by using saliva and urine to analyze key health indicators--pH, antioxidant level and electrical conductivity, as well as other health factors. Once Solaris identifies the nature of an individual's biochemical condition, nutritional supplements can be used to restore and maintain biochemical balance.

Alpine, Utah (PRWEB) March 11, 2010 -- NutriLuxe Solaris Biochemical Balance Test measures key factors in developing and maintaining optimal well-being.

An accurate, quick-turnaround test of basic biochemical health is now available from NutriLuxe. The test provides a detailed report of the state of balance of the test subject's levels of pH, oxygen, electrolytes, nitrogen, alkaline minerals, and carbohydrates. It also provides, for areas in which deficiencies or excesses are discovered, step-by step recommendations for bringing the body back into biochemical balance.

The importance of balance
"The foundation of good health is balance," says the test's developer, biochemist Ned Jensen. "If your body chemistry is out of balance, it's going to have an adverse effect on the way you feel and the quality of life you're able to enjoy. The Solaris Biochemical Balance Test enables you the chance to correct imbalances where they exist and improve your overall vitality and well-being."

Preventing disease
Undetected and untreated, says Jensen, biochemical imbalances can lead to inflammation and premature aging, fatigue and muscle weakness, osteoporosis, diabetes, and other dangerous conditions. "The best way to handle these conditions," he says, "is to put the body's chemistry in balance
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