We sat down with FDX Practitioner Gareth Edwards to discover how our revolutionary blood and health reports have been supporting his practice throughout the Lockdowns of the past year. You can watch the video of our discussion below or keep scrolling to read the blog version.
How was Gareth Edwards’ Practice impacted by Lockdown?
Having recently added blood chemistry analysis to his practice, Gareth’s workload was bigger than expected and he found himself with 35 blood reports to do at the start of the first Lockdown.
Adapting your Practice to challenges like Lockdown
It was Gareth’s mindset that really helped his practice to thrive during Lockdown, as he made a conscious decision to “see the positive in every situation”.
Giving your clients the bigger picture
Gareth describes his journey into blood chemistry analysis as one he initially railed against and questioned whether it was necessary and the best possible use of his energy for his clients. He soon found that his intention to use this tool as part of his clinical practice was reinforced and strengthened; particularly with the likelihood of more clients being seen remotely.
Being able to use the interactive FDX reports, with optimum ranges, has enabled Gareth to gain greater insights than a standard medical reference range. He also describes the “alarm ranges” as adding to the use of FDX panels as a very useful tool.
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Gareth Edwards uses a combination of living food based, patient centered approaches and live and dry blood analysis. He has helped patients to reverse the progress of type 2 diabetes, normalize blood pressure and bowel habits, regain skin and reproductive organ health and stop migraines. He has also given valued nutritional advice to people facing a full spectrum of other health challenges.
Gareth is a member of BANT and registered with the CNHC.