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ADVANCED TRAINING IN NUTRITIONAL BALANCING SCIENCE
Updated June 2013
I am pleased to offer the advanced nutritional balancing science training for doctors and nutrition consultants. Here is the description of the training.
WHAT IS NUTRITIONAL BALANCING?
A universal science. Nutritional balancing is not just a method of healing the body and soul. It is also a branch of universal or creation science. This means it embodies principles of all the sciences, combined in a special way.
Basis for this science. Among other sciences, nutritional balancing uses principles found in mathematics, physics, fractal geometry, holography, teleology, vector science, chaos theory, Taoist concepts of yin and yang, general systems theory, and information theory or cybernetics.
It also uses principles found in all the healing arts such as allopathy, homeopathy, naturopathy, nature cure, herbalism, acupuncture and others. For this reason, it is not so easy to understand, although the application of the principles may seem simple.
Origins. I learned nutritional balancing from Dr. Paul C. Eck of Phoenix, Arizona, USA, who lived from 1925 to 1996. He was, to my understanding, one of the most brilliant biochemical scientists of the twentieth century. He read widely and incorporated concepts from many disciplines in his work. I have continued his work and added to it, I believe making it more precise, safer, and more effective.
Development. An exciting aspect of this science is that it helps develop a human being beyond that which normally occurs. This goes far beyond ridding the body of symptoms of illness. Too often, a medical or holistic treatment will ameliorate one’s symptoms, but general health is not improved and another illness arises a few years later.
Development improves the entire body and mind, is preventive, predictive and can enhance both the quality and length of life. Development involves, in this order, 1) the growth of more neurons in the brain, 2) improvements in white cell activity, 3) Restoring The Thymus Gland, 4) Re-lengthening Of The Telomeres, and 5) Regenerating The Peyer’s patches. The overall concept of development is discussed in the article entitled Mental/Spiritual Development on this site.
What it is not. Nutritional balancing is not just another nutrition course, or just another treatment modality such as chelation therapy or bio-identical hormone therapy. It is, instead, a fairly complete and integrated approach to healing the body and mind.
I mention this because some physicians and nutrition consultants are tempted to add or subtract from the programs we set up, thinking they will improve them by changing them in some way.
While research is always admirable, in almost every case I find that adding or deleting from the nutritional balancing programs as they are given in this training reduces their effectiveness, and makes them far more dangerous.
This is unacceptable to me at this time. In these cases, it is no longer nutritional balancing, but rather what I call symptomatic, haphazard or allopathic healing, which does not work nearly as well and is not safe enough at all.
Need for control. At this time, if I hear that a practitioner is adding, changing or deleting parts of the nutritional balancing program as we set them up for you in this training, I will discontinue the advanced training for that person.
Perhaps in the future, we will have the personnel and the time to teach nutritional balancing to those who wish to experiment with it, adding, deleting and changing it as they wish. However, at this time we don’t have the resources to offer this, unfortunately.
GOALS OF THE TRAINING
1. To provide the best nutritional balancing programs possible for your clients or patients. This is the main goal of the training program. Unfortunately, at this time, the computer-generated programs from Analytical Research Laboratories are not good enough, and those from other laboratories even less so. So we use the more cumbersome process of reviewing each hair test by hand to offer your clients or patients the best possible program.
2. To teach specific theoretical and practical knowledge for health professionals based upon your clients’ mineral analyses.
Nutritional balancing science is complex and subtle. It took me about four years of doing it full time before it became less confusing. Standard medical or other biochemical training, while helpful in some ways, at times gets in the way, as it must be altered and integrated properly.
3. To provide support and understanding for practitioners of how to administer the programs properly.
4. To provide referrals for prospective patients. At least one thousand people around the world visit this website each month, and desire to begin a nutritional balancing program. I answer about 25 emails a day, and many express this desire. The only way they can begin a program is by contacting one of the practitioners listed on the Referral Page. This is a free service for those who are doing the advanced training, and have some experience and follow all the rules diligently.
In order to assure that clients will receive the same excellent service no matter whom they contact, I need review all the hair charts of all the practitioner and stay in close touch. Some day, this may not be needed, but it is needed at this time.
These are the main goals of the training. Others, however, include:
1. Research. Reviewing many tests allows me to do amazing research quickly and efficiently. I share it as fast as I can on the website and with the coaches, who can then pass it on to all the practitioners we assist.
2. Teacher training. As this work grows, we are in need of more advanced practitioners who can help teach others.
WHO GIVES THE TRAINING?
I would love to train everyone personally, but this is not physically possible. Therefore, training is with one of my advanced students, whom I will assign to you. This system works very well, in almost all cases.
All of the advanced students, whom I also call “coaches”, have followed the entire nutritional balancing program themselves for at least several years, and most have worked as coaches for other practitioners for several years, as well. They are all screened for their competence, caring, and professionalism.
PREREQUISITES FOR THE ADVANCED TRAINING
1. Fill out an application, unless you already filled out the application when you began the basic training courses. Click here for an application.
2. In most cases, you need to either complete the basic training first, or otherwise be familiar with nutritional balancing science. This is necessary to save time when reviewing hair mineral tests. To learn about the basic training program, click here.
3. You will need to have a hair analysis laboratory account with Analytical Research Labs (or ARL) in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. I require this because this lab is the most accurate, in my experience, and their graphs make it the easiest to identify the mineral patterns. On occasion, I will review a hair test from another laboratory, but not on a routine basis. To set up an account, call ARL at 1-800-528-4067 or 1-602-995-1580.
4. You need to agree to follow the Rules For The Advanced Training below.
ADVANCED TRAINING PROCEDURE
1. Cut the client’s hair sample and mail it to Analytical Research Labs. Order Profile 2 (the test plus the interpretation).
2. Have each of your clients fill out our two simple information sheets called the General Information Sheet and the Symptom Sheet.
3. When you receive the hair test results, fax or email to your coach 1) the graph page only of the mineral analysis, and 2) the information sheets. This is necessary for a proper test interpretation. It includes basic information such as age, sex, height and weight, all current physical and mental symptoms, all current medications and food supplements, basic medical history, a detailed description of the diet, and basic lifestyle information regarding exercise and sleep habits.
At this time, I do not want to accept other intake forms instead of ours. This is because others tend to be organized differently, and are often lengthy, and it uses up too much time reviewing them. Your coach will help you obtain the two forms we use.
4. Review the hair mineral analysis by yourself before sending it to the coach, and note the major patterns that you see that are present. In other words, attempt to interpret the hair analysis yourself before submitting it to your coach. This is very good practice.
5. Program setup and review. Upon receiving the test and information sheets, your coach will review them with me, and I will set up the program with your coach. Your coach will then review the test with you on the phone or by email. Most of the coaches and consultants prefer an email interpretation of the test with all the important patterns listed, and the recommended program. This is time-efficient and gives you, the consultant, a written record of the interpretation of the test and the program. You may ask questions if things are not clear.
It is fine to send in several charts at a time. The more charts you review with your coach, the more and the faster you will learn nutritional balancing.
Fee. There is no charge for the advanced training if the doctor or consultant uses Analytical Research Labs (ARL) for hair testing, orders Profile 2 or Profile 4 with ARL, and uses their brand of supplements, except for TMG which they do not sell.
Your coach will spend 20-30 minutes per chart – preparing the interpretation and the program for you, plus answering short questions afterwards, as well. If you require more time, your coach may charge you a consultation fee.
RULES FOR THE ADVANCED TRAINING
The following rules are designed to preserve the integrity of the nutritional balancing programs and assure that anyone who embarks on a program with one of the practitioners we train will get the same excellent service.
1. The doctor or consultant needs to follow a complete nutritional balancing program himself or herself. This is necessary to become thoroughly familiar with the program, to improve one’s health, and to allow and assist the practitioner to be able to explain it well to clients.
2. The doctor or consultant needs to live and work in a totally ethical, legal, loving and service-oriented manner in both the personal and the professional aspects of his or her life. This is to preserve the safety and reputation of myself, of this science, and of the practitioner. It is also just good common sense.
3. Use the Endomet brand of supplements. All recommendations are with the Endomet brand of supplements, except for TMG (trimethylglycine), which is not sold by Endomet Labs at this time. Reasons for using the Endomet brand are:
a. They work best, so far. This is the most important reason. I would not use them if they were harmful or less effective.
b. They are simple and fairly cost-effective in most cases.
c. They require the fewest tablets or capsules, as they conform the best to the needs of the program.
d. In return for using their products, Endomet Labs at this time pays us for the advanced training, so you can have it at no cost. This, however, is not the primary reason for using their products, and I would not use them if they were not excellent products.
4. Follow the recommendations exactly. The doctor or consultant needs to follow the coach’s recommendations exactly, for several reasons:
a. Safety. We know what we are doing, with over 30 years of experience. If the recommendations are changed, the patient usually becomes worse, and this is best avoided for ethical, legal and other reasons.
c. Cost and ease of following the program.
d. Offering a consistent service. If one changes the recommendations, it is no longer nutritional balancing science. This is very confusing and fraudulent, in fact.
e. Research. We learn a lot by hearing feedback from clients. However, we cannot control enough variables if the practitioner is changing the programs haphazardly.
5. Make yourself available by both email and telephone. Your contact information should be placed at the top of the consultation letter, and in at least one other place in the material that you send your clients.
Make yourself available to answer telephone inquiries live at least five hours per week, and preferably much more.
6. Check up on your clients one week after giving or sending them their program, and again in another week, and again in another week. Checking once a week for the first month is definitely best to make sure your clients start the program correctly, and have their questions answered. It should not take much time, in most cases. A quick phone call or email may suffice, but it is important or you will lose clients who need more guidance and perhaps reassurance. If the client can get past the first few months on the program, often they will stay with it.
7. Notify clients when it is time for a retest, ideally both by email and a postcard or telephone call. Please do not drop the ball on this, and follow up to keep your clients’ programs up to date and correct.
8. If you go on vacation, make sure people can contact you by email, or preferably by telephone if an emergency arises. Alternatively, give your clients the phone number and email of another one of our practitioners whom you choose to take over your clients while you are away. In other words, do not abandon your clients during vacations or other absences. This is a serious problem for some of the practitioners and clients.
9. Keep adequate records so that you at least know when tests were mailed to the lab, when reports were sent out, when it is time for a retest, and who is ordering supplements. Also, keep a list of progress notes for each client, noting the date when the person called you, the problem or question the person had, and what you recommended.
This is for legal reasons, and so you can do a good job of helping people.
10. Always contact your personal coach if you cannot answer a question from a client, or are simply unsure of the answer. Please do not guess, except perhaps to hazard a guess as best you can, and tell the client you will contact your coach for more information, which you then relay to the client. This way, the client gets a quick answer, which many like and need, and then gets more information in a day or two.
11. You will need either a fax machine or a scanner to send the hair tests and information sheets to your coach. If you have ARL email the tests to you, you can just forward the .pdf attachment to your coach. However, you will still need to email or fax the information sheets to your coach.
12. Take time with people on the telephone or emails. Often it is helpful to let the person just speak for 5 to 10 minutes at the most, and the person will come up with the solution to their problem by themselves just by your listening to them intently and quietly. This is sometimes called active listening. If a person is taking up a lot of your time, you have a right to charge the person for your time. This usually stops the problem. All this can be explained to clients in a Policies and Procedures sheet that you give to each client on their first visit or first contact.
13. The first long consultation to set up the program should be at least one hour, and perhaps longer, whether the visit is in person, on the telephone, or on a CD or audio file. Do not just mail a couple of pages to the client without a lot of explanation. This program requires a lot of explanation, in all cases. You are very much a teacher of life, explaining how to live and how to heal to the client. If you don’t want to do this, you probably should be in a different line of work. You may use lectures, books, , web presentations, conference calls, CDs, DVDs, handouts and other materials, some of which I provide, to assist you and to save time.
14. Always use a consultation letter for all consultations.
15. Follow-up consultations between hair tests or with retests can be a little shorter, but not less than 15 minutes long.
16. Ideally, record on a CD all longer consultations in which you review hair tests. This is a little more work, but excellent for the clients, who often remark to me how much they benefit from it. It also often saves time later because you will get fewer questions and emails.
I can help if you don’t know how to record a CD on a computer. I hope sometime we will have small recording systems for this purpose.
17. If possible, offer people items in or through your office that make the program easier and help people understand it and comply with it. These might include Dr. Wilson’s books and CDs, enema kits, vitamin chests, baggies, a pill crusher, juicers, sauna parts or plans, and others.
18. Observe the following rules for all of your presentation materials, websites, brochures, business cards, Facebook pages and other materials used in your practice:
a. Be accurate, clear and professional. You may use material from my website, if it is helpful, to clearly describe the nutritional balancing program. Be sure to include a sentence on the mental and emotional benefits of a nutritional balancing program, as well. These are critical, yet many practitioners fail to mention them. A very excellent topic to mention is trauma release and perhaps recovery from rape.
b. Use the words nutritional balancing or nutritional balancing science on your website to describe this program. Do not make up other names for the program, or omit these names. This is mainly to avoid confusion among the clients. It is also important that other healthcare practitioners and the public understand what you offer in a clear way that does not confuse them.
c. Link your website to www.drlwilson.com. We are an online community. This website is the hub or portal that connects us. It should help your business by providing much more information about nutritional balancing science. If you do not like our website, please tell me about it, so I can fix it.
d. Do not intermix nutritional balancing with other modalities in the same paragraph or section of your website. This is confusing for prospective clients. If you offer other healing modalities, devote a separate page or at least section to them.
e. Reprint articles. You may use articles from www.drlwilson.com. Please give credit for authorship to me, and include a link back to www.drlwilson.com for more information.
f. Avoid contradictory and confusing information. For example, we do not advocate eating raw vegetables or fruits. If you are selling or offering programs with raw foods, this is directly contradictory to nutritional balancing and is extremely confusing for clients. I may ask that such conflicting information be removed from your website, or at least located elsewhere on your site.
g. All photos need to be wholesome looking – no low-cut blouses, poorly-combed hair, etc. I think a simple photo of yourself is excellent, however.
h. Be sure your website has the following disclaimer and disclosure, or something similar:
Nutritional balancing is not a substitute for regular medical care. It is not a means of diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure for any disease or condition, mental or physical. Instead, it is a means of reducing stress and balancing, strengthening and restoring body chemistry. When this is done, many health conditions improve by themselves.
i. I may ask you to change the colors, design, setup or wording on the nutritional balancing page or section of your site if I feel it is not wholesome or correct. This is for your benefit, as well as that of the reputation of nutritional balancing science.
j. Please update your website and other materials as nutritional balancing science expands and changes. This is not difficult and is important as research uncovers more about this science.
k. Ideally, offer an “Articles” or “Resources” page. Either reprint or link to some of the basic articles such as Retracing, Introduction To Nutritional Balancing and others from www.drlwilson.com, with a link to the site.
l. Ideally, offer a page about yourself - your background, training, etc. This is often helpful for your business and for clients, when done well.
LISTING ON THE REFERRAL PAGE
An important free benefit that can come with doing the advanced training is possible listing on the Practitioner Referral Page. Everyone listed here reports to me that they receive business from this referral page.
New practitioners will not be immediately listed until I feel they have acquired a certain amount of experience and expertise with the program. I receive complaints from clients when they encounter a practitioner who is obviously not too familiar with the program. Requirements for this listing are:
1. Review ALL of your patient’s charts with your coach.
2. Become experienced with the program. I will usually wait until you have reviewed at least 100 hair mineral charts before listing you.
3. Do the entire program yourself. Otherwise, I feel it is hard for you to really encourage others to follow the program entirely.
4. Conduct your business, your life, and any advertising, websites and other promotional materials in a totally professional manner. This is very important to keep all of us safe legally and to promote nutritional balancing science in a responsible manner.
5. Do not hesitate to ask me if you would like to be listed on the referral page of this website.
I reserve the right to delist anyone who is not following the rules on this page. Feel free to contact me if you have questions about listing on the referral page.
WHY DO WE OFFER ADVANCED TRAINING OF THIS TYPE, AND NOT OTHERS?
I have tried giving seminars, webinars, writing teaching manuals, and other methods for teaching this work. While they all have merit, the simple email or telephone review seems to work the best. Perhaps this is because it is one-on-one, and totally personalized, even including the particular advanced student that I assign to you as your coach.
The training thus goes at your pace, involves your patients, and can emphasize what you need to learn and focus on. Hopefully, it is also with a coach with whom you can relate well.
I am working on other teaching methods in addition to writing more articles for the website and these will be announced on the home page of this website.
PRIVACY ISSUES WITH THIS TRAINING
I do not like the blatantly unconstitutional HIPPA “privacy” law. I will not share any client’s information with any government agency unless the government obtains a search warrant based upon probably cause in the commission of a crime, and the warrant is specific regarding the time and place of the information requested, and signed by a judge in who has proper jurisdiction in the case. The same is true of the coaches that work with me. For more on this, please read HIPPA – The Health Care Privacy Scam on this website.
1. The 2010, fourth edition of Nutritional Balancing And Hair Mineral Analysis. It is available from Analytical Research Labs or Amazon.com. This is a detailed reference text about hair analysis and nutritional balancing science that you will likely find most helpful. To see the Table Of Contents and first chapter click Browse And Order Books. Be sure to check for updates and corrections, which are posted on this website here.
2. Website Articles about nutritional balancing science for both clients and practitioners alike. These articles are continuously updated and expanded as new research becomes available.
3. Other texts. Books by George Watson, PhD, Hans Selye, MD, Carl Pfeiffer, MD, PhD and anything by Paul C. Eck will be helpful.
HOW TO GET STARTED
Please call me at (928) 445-7690 during regular business hours (Mountain Standard Time in winter and Pacific Time in the summer).
If I am free when you call, we can usually begin right away. If the telephone line is busy, please leave your name and phone number, and I will return your call. However, call again in a day or two in case, by chance, I did not receive your message for some reason.
If you fulfill the rather simple prerequisites above, I will then assign to you one of my advanced students to review hair charts with you. I deeply look forward to assisting you to learn and offer nutritional balancing to many, many people, now and for many years into the future.