We recommend a variety of safe and inexpensive tests you can perform on yourself at home.
Your First Urine after 6+ hours rest gives a good indicator of your body’s mineral reserve and its acid/alkaline state. To check if you are too acidic follow these simple steps. Read more
A healthy digestive transit time (12-18 hours) reduces toxin absorption and other digestive issues. Read more
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid or l-ascorbate) is nature’s most potent antioxidant. The amount a person should take is easily determined by following these simple steps. Read more
It is recommended that 1st AM basal temperature be between 97.8 °F (36.6 °C) and 98.2 °F (36.8 °C) based on the Barnes Basal Temperature Test*. Learn more
The skin pinch test is a simple test of dehydration that can be performed easily by almost anyone. Learn more
Abdominal breathing or diaphragmatic breathing is the single most effective strategy for stress reduction. While a person’s normal breathing rate is 8-12 breaths per minute, when stressed it can rise to 20-30 breaths per minute and becomes shallower. Although it may seem that there is more breathing going on, there is not much oxygen getting in, and the breathing is not as effective as it should be. Learn more