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Practicing Nutrition Response Testing®


As a Nutrition Response Testing practitioner you need to be technically correct, of course, but you also must operate within the guidelines of the law.  The rules and regulations for your health profession can vary depending on the state you are in and it is your responsibility to know and abide by these.

There are however some general tips regarding correct terminology that you should be aware of when speaking to your patients, creating a website, promo, posting items to social media platforms and so on. The below link is to download the Clinical Directive by Dr. Ulan with correct terminology tips.

Guidelines for practicing Nutrition Response Testing® (2023)

Patient Informed Consent & Authorization Form (Updated 2022)

This is a revised Patient Informed Consent & Authorization form that replaces the one in found the Patient Management Workshop manual prior to July 2022 that you can download below. Use of this form helps protect you as a practitioner as well as NRT and UNS. You should start using this form with your patients right away.

Patient Informed Consent & Authorization Form 2022


In addition to correct terminology there also are some disclaimers that can be used on promotional materials, your website, videos and YouTube channel that provide some additional clarification for your public on what Nutrition Response Testing is and is not.  You can download these using the following link.

Disclaimers for Practitioners

Website Content For Practitioners About Nutrition Response Testing

Here is a link to text you can use for a webpage about Nutrition Response Testing.  It gives a simple explanation using correct terminology and has a disclaimer at the bottom of the page. You can personalize it with images from your practice if you like.

Approved NRT Website Content for Practitioners


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