Balancing Body Systems through Iridology and Nutrition

Age Group: Adults, Seniors & Teens 

4/26/2014 • 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.

West Charleston location West Charleston Library

Room: Lecture Hall


  • What Iridology is
  • Signs to observe in the iris and signs on the body that relate to specific bodily symptoms and imbalances. For example: fatigue, weight gain, falling hair, poor circulation, toe fungus, and cold hands and feet are all signs of thyroid deficiency.
  • Signs to observe in the iris and on the body for deficiencies in bodily organs and systems including the bowels, lungs, skin, kidneys, circulatory, and lymph systems.
  • Specific foods and nutrients necessary for organ and system regeneration.
  • Herbs, poultices, baths, and natural remedies traditionally used to bring vitality back to tired inflamed organs.
  • How to test the pH in the body and alkalinize the acids that cause illness.
  • How to test for Candida (yeast/fungus) in the body.
  • How to test for hypo or hyper thyroid function.

Ellen Tart-Jensen, Ph.D., D.Sc., CCII, has been an iridologist, nutritionist, author and herbalist, for 25 years. She studied for two years at the Prasura Health Clinic in Switzerland and spent five years training and working with Dr. Bernard Jensen (known as the Father of Iridology). She has authored several books including, Techniques in Iris Analysis. Ellen now teaches natural healing methods, nutrition, and iridology throughout the world.

Free and open to the public. For more information call 702-507-3964.