RBTI Training

Are you a Health Practitioner? Want to get to the cause of your client’s issues? Then RBTI Analysis may be exactly what you are looking for!

Reams Biological Theory of Ionization (RBTI) was first formulated by the Agricultural Scientist Carey Reams in 1931. A unique analysis of samples of urine and saliva to help Natural Therapists like you guide your clients into better health.
RBTI Analysis helps you understand what is happening at the biochemical level of your clients’ body. When the body is out of balance in any way (physically, mentally, emotionally or spiritually) it will show in the testing results. “Why guess, when you can be sure”     Carey Reams RBTI Analysis enables trained Natural Health Practitioners to look at the formula derived from a clients’ samples of urine and saliva and target specific areas where improvements can be made to help restore balance. Symptoms are helpful, just not important. The nature of symptoms isn’t important. More important is how far away from balanced the biochemistry is. For instance when a client’s pH is out of balance just like the soil in the garden the body will have difficulty in absorbing all of the minerals and nutrients needed to maintain health. This can result in many different symptoms and conditions including:
  • Pain
  • Tiredness
  • Fatigue
  • Digestive issues
  • Disease
  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Bowel problems
  • Muscle Aches
  • Headaches
  • and other conditions of less than optimal health

RBTI Analysis allows you as a trained practitioner to target the area of greatest need. The residues and components of urine are still used today in medical science to test for imbalances in the body. We just take it a lot further working on the concepts proposed by Carey Reams and the other pioneers of Naturopathy and many other forms of Complementary Medicine. Practitioners using RBTI Analysis know any variations from perfect balance indicate how well or how poorly their clients have been digesting, assimilating, and processing their food and therefore the energy they have available from that food.

Prior to an RBTI consultation you will be required to take the STRESS EVALUATION QUESTIONAIRE Click on the button below to take the Quizz


Lesson 1. 1 of 8 Introduction and History of Carey Reams and RBTI Analysis
2 Hours

Lesson 1.

1 of 8 - This the first of eight 2-hour Online Zoom Based Trainings making up the basis of the MBA course on RBTI Analysis during which you will learn:

  1. The Practical Advantages of using RBTI Analysis in Your Clinic
  2. The best way to study this course
  3. The importance of your Workbook
  4. The history of Carey Reams
  5. The history of RBTI Analysis
  6. The formula for perfect health
  7. The formula for the Healing Zone
  8. Why it is important to move your client’s biochemistry closer to the Healing Zone
  9. Setting up the Database Reporting System. Immediate access and free to use until it starts earning you money.
Lesson 2. 2 of 8 Carbohydrates in Urine
2 Hours

2 of 8 – One of the most important aspects of understanding and putting into practice Reams work is to understand how to read a client’s energy or lack of energy.

In this lesson we will go through in detail how the result you get from measuring Carbohydrates in the urine with a refractometer is the first number in the formula for both the Ideal Formula for Health and for the Healing Zone Formula for Health.

Together with how to calibrate and make sure your refractometer is measuring accurately.

The zones of energy Reams identified are explored along with how energy is on a continuum with Hypoglycaemia at one end and Diabetes at the other. And the specific balance you want to help your clients achieve when all other numbers are in their rightful zone.

Lesson 3. 3 of 8 Urine pH and Saliva pH
2 Hours

Lesson 3

3 of 8

In this lesson you will learn the importance of the right pH for both the urine and the saliva for the proper functioning of your clients body.

Urine pH

Variations in the Urine pH are very common and have a significant bearing on your clients ability to digest and assimilate the nutrients from the foods they are eating.

This can lead to problems with many areas of their body, including:

  • Digestive Disturbances (Any and All)
  • Hormonal Disturbances
  • Tiredness
  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Aches and Pains
  • And Much, Much More.

In this Lesson you will learn how to assess your clients pH from their urine sample and to understand how the clients symptoms are often reflected in their urine pH.

Saliva pH

The process of digestion, assimilation and excretion begins in the mouth with the production of saliva to mix with the food being eaten.

If the saliva is of the wrong pH then the normal process of digestion is going to be compromised from the start. Saliva is an active digestive solution which is necessary for the efficient digestion of all foods.

Saliva which is of the wrong pH leads to complications with digestion, including ulceration of the Oesophagus, poorly digested food reaching the stomach causing fermentation, wind and other digestive issues as well as problems with the mouth teeth and gums.

In Reams Theory he saw the saliva pH as a reflection of the quality of the bile produced by the liver and gall bladder.

Lesson 4. 4 of 8 Salts/Conductivity, Conductivity Ratio to Carbohydrates
2 Hours

Lesson 4

4 of 8

The Salt Number

In the RBTI Formula the salts or conductivity number is a prime area of concern when doing an Analysis. The Salts reading is a measurement of the conductivity showing in the urine which is also an indication of the conductivity showing in your clients blood.

The Conductivity result is exactly as it sounds and any number too high or too low is putting and pointing to imbalanced pressure on your clients body.

This number along with the carbohydrate number are the first numbers to move when a detoxification program is followed.

Imbalanced conductivity can lead to heart attacks and stroke as well as be indicators of the cause of chronic fatigue and many cases of extreme tiredness and inability to concentrate.

Conductivity Ratio to Carbohydrates

In this lesson you will learn the importance of the ratio between the carbohydrate reading and the conductivity reading and is the first set of comparison numbers to look at when doing your client's analysis.

From this comparison you will be able to pick up when your client has had too much or not enough water, whether they have significant energy imbalances, whether they are likely to be diabetic and whether they will need urgent treatment in your clinic when their numbers are done.

Conductivity Ratio to Carbohydrates is gone into in depth as it gives a clear indication of dietary concerns as well as the potential for diabetes.

Lesson 5. 5 of 8 Cell Debris, Nitrate Nitrogen
2 Hours

Lesson 5

5 of 8

Cell Debris

In this lesson you will cover what cell debris is, the importance of what is seen in the urine sample as cell debris and how recognising cell debris is an integral part of the Healing Formula.

It is important that as a practitioner you are able to quickly see in the cell debris whether your client's body is cooperating with the detoxification procedures or not. 

Nitrate Nitrogen

Reams saw the reading for the Nitrate Nitrogen number as a way of telling whether there was efficient or inefficient digestion of proteins in the small intestine.

Any number away from the Healing Zone either too high or too low was an indication of improper digestion leading to inefficient nutrient absorption and unwanted pressure on your clients body. 

In this lesson you will learn how the reading for the Nitrate Nitrogen in the urine is obtained and how it fits into the Healing Formula.

Lesson 6. 6 of 8 Ammonium Nitrate Numbers, Total Urea Numbers
2 Hours

Lesson – 6

6 of 8

Ammonia Nitrogen Number

The Ammonia Nitrogen number relates to the elimination part of the digestive process. Every number in Reams Formula is important and Reams process is best followed when all numbers are in the Formula.

This number is particularly relevant to the elimination of protein wastes from the large intestine.

It is important that waste products are removed from your clients body on a regular basis so there is no accumulation of Ammonia Nitrogen and increased toxicity.

Total Urea Numbers

Are calculated by adding the Nitrate Nitrogen number to the Ammonia Nitrogen number.

Numbers too high are an indication of pressure in the body and too much pressure can cause the body to break at its weakest point leading to the symptoms you see in your clients.

Keeping the Total Ureas in balance is an important stage of the treatment protocols and is one of the last stages your clients body will go through as all of the numbers are brought back to a healthier balance. 



Lesson 7. 7 of 8 Danger Zones and Normal Procedure
2 Hours

Lesson 7

7 of 8

In Lesson 7 you will learn how to Identify the Danger Zones as shown in the RBTI Analysis Formula along with the affirmative action to take in each case.

Once the Danger Zones have been identified and dealt with, what is Normal Procedure and how can that be applied to each individual client based on the numbers in their formula.

Remembering achieving movement towards the Healing Zone alleviates symptoms by reversing the cause of the conditions through rebalancing your client’s biochemistry.

Lesson 8. 8 of 8 Calciums and Brix.
2 Hours

8 of 8

Calciums and Brix. The use of and the importance of supplying the right calcium to each client based on their individual RBTI Analysis Formula.

More about diet and which foods to avoid or restrict.

Client treatment Physically, Mentally, Emotionally and Spiritually

Preparation for the 12 Mentoring Sessions to come.

Lesson 11. 12 Weeks Mentoring Bonus – 1 Session Per Week
1 Hour each week

12 One Hour Mentoring Sessions

Following completion of the 16 hour RBTI Analysis Workshop there is an additional mentoring program available to you.

Each week for the next 12 weeks you will receive access to our online Mentoring program at no charge.

Each week for 1 hour you will have the opportunity to join with other students and practitioners to discuss case histories, ask questions and generally become more aligned with the possibilities RBTI Analysis can bring to your clinic and your life.