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Introductory Information

Introductory Information

Introductory Info

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This is exciting science.


​It is also an art - working with different individuals, level of understandings, goals and lifestyle preferences. It takes a creative interest by the practitioner to find ways, together with the client, to bring the science needs identified in the biochemistry to a workable action by the client. 

I find that there is never one same solution for two people. Every chemistry is unique, every person is different, therefore every plan is unique for that person.  It takes the Client & Practitioner working together with enquiring minds to find the best solutions.

Welcome to the world of the 'Full Bucket Syndrome'. 

As termed by Terrie Sanders.

What clients ask for - "I want to Get Back on Track".

What clients actually need to attain - Physical Resiliency
What is unique about Terrie's work for clients to understand - "The Full Bucket Syndrome".


Terrie's Get Back on Track (GBT) consulting is based on an approach she terms 'Wonderment Physiology'.  This includes an individualised biochemistry analysis. These 90 specific proactive functional chemistry markers tested at the same time are necessary to drive the information for each individual biochemistry analysis.  This delivers answers unique from that person for analysis with regards identifying the Seven Sub-clinical Signs & Toxic Interruptions.

Different action solutions are required for differing goals, understanding, age & capabilities of clients.  


The commonality is that the body reveals via their biochemistry, what the body is trying to achieve and the challenges it is having to manage, to be able to maintain energy & tissue integrity.


What is unique about Terrie's work is that she has integrated the health model approach with exercise physiology to use the reading of the seven sub-clinical signs to show what the body is trying to do to maintain energy & tissue integrity. Whether it is succeeding or failing, and clues as to why. This includes looking for toxic footprints of chronic level toxin exposures that may be present and can result in nutrient depletions.