Frisco, TX ( ) December 31, 2009 As 2009 comes to a close and 2010 begins, many people will begin declaring New Year‘s resolutions in an attempt to better themselves in the months ahead of them. One of the most common resolutions involves improving the state of one‘s health. The method chosen usually involves an exercise program, a diet plan (, and/or a vitamin regimen.

Most people will turn to turn to the internet for their information or ask a friend who “looks healthy” for tips to get started. There are many of websites and recommended action plans that can be found, but most of them are missing the true test of accountability for their products. Vitamin companies are especially guilty this. This leaves the public with many unanswered questions.

How do I know I‘m taking the right supplements? How do I know how much my body needs? Is there anyway for me to know that my vitamins are working for me?

A local chiropractor in Frisco, TX seems to have solved these problems. Dr. Rob Methvin has recently begun offering a way to test your body to find out exactly what areas are lacking nutritionally. This test can also be repeated every couple of months to ensure your body is moving in the right direction and make any necessary adjustments to your program.

Dr. Methvin‘s program utilizes a diagnostic test that many hospitals and doctors‘ offices have been using for many years to pinpoint nutritional deficiencies. The best part, though, is that it can be done in the convenience of your own home. This allows anyone with internet access to be tested. This also allows for someone to track their progress as they get tested to monitor progress.

In addition to the nutrition analysis, Dr. Methvin also offers a phenomenal meal planning program to go along with the nutrition analysis ( One of the biggest stumbling blocks for those starting a new diet is accountability. The customized meal plan is an excellent way for anyone to track how many calories they are consuming, how many calories they are burning, and how much weight they are losing.

For fewer than 17 cents a day, you will have access to a database containing over 13,000 foods. It allows you to pick what type of meal plan you need regarding health goals and your current health status like a diabetic person trying to lose weight. All meals and snacks are completely substitutable and a grocery list can be printed with foods grouped according to the normal grocery store sections for ease of shopping.

“I am so excited about the health benefits this program offers to literally anyone with internet access,” stated Dr. Methvin. “So far in my career, I have been frustrated by the fact that I could only help the people who enter into my four walls and the inability to prove to my patients that my recommendations were objective. This program allows me to help people all over the United States in a way I thought would never be possible.”

The online nutritional analysis and meal plan is open to anyone looking for ways to improve their current health status. This could be a long time couch potato or highly trained athlete. The website for access to the test and meal plan can be found at

Most people do not plan to have poor health, they fail to plan for good health.

Dr. Rob Methvin, DC
Back 2 Health Chiropractic
5850 Town & Country Blvd., Ste 101
Frisco, TX 75034