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

and prevent them before they ever get started. If they have gotten started, putting its biochemistry back in balance will bolster the body's natural ability to heal itself."

How it works
The total cost of the Solaris Body Biochemical Inventory is $125.00, which includes all shipping and handling charges. Taking the test involves collecting a urine and saliva sample and returning them, shipping prepaid, to NutriLuxe in a provided freezer-activated, temperature-controlled package. Within 7 days, the client will receive a report that includes a graphical representation of the body's nutritional balances. The report also compares pH, oxygen, electrolyte, nitrogen, alkaline mineral, and carbohydrate levels to accepted norms. To bring the body chemistry into balance, recommendations are made for changes in lifestyle, diet and specialized nutritional supplements (see below) to be taken. For more information or to order the test, please go to the NutriLuxe website..

Nutritional supplements
In areas in which an imbalance is detected, the body can generally be brought back into balance by supplementing the individual's diet with the recommended vitamins, minerals, proteins, or other natural substances. For the convenience of its clients, NutriLuxe offers an extensive selection of vitamins, minerals, and other supplements under the MBi Nutraceuticals label. These products are of very high quality and are manufactured under stringently controlled CGMP ("Certified Good Manufacturing Practice") conditions.

"Although we don't insist that our clients use MBi products," says NutriLuxe founder James Johnston, "our clients find that they get better results, both clinically and economically, with our supplements. MBi products are formulated to address specific biochemical imbalances, and they are also
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