The most common struggle for those with digestive trouble is accurately identifying foods that could be causing symptoms such as bloating or diarrhea. At some point, we are likely to opt for traditional food sensitivity testing via blood sample. This form of testing produces results in one to three weeks and identifies the degree to which the lab’s list of tested foods provoked a reaction. While lab testing can be very helpful, it also comes with a few limitations – including expense and reliability.
Fortunately, we now have access to advanced technology stemming from research science in the field of biocybernetics that can take us beyond traditional lab testing, offering accurate results while saving time and money in the process.
Dr. Oz said it best when he claimed, “The next big frontier in medicine is energy medicine.” Utilizing state-of-the-art technology based upon the patents and innovations of the experimental physicist Nikola Tesla, the Germans have created a device that can detect and transmit an extensive amount of one’s biologically unique health information. Known as CyberScan, the FDA-approved device measures the energetic communications in our immune system and can pinpoint any disturbances or imbalances present, including the body’s response to hundreds of different foods.
Advanced biofeedback testing from devices such as CyberScan can be very helpful in uncovering potential underlying issues (not only in response to foods, but functionally as well) by scanning the body as a whole and analyzing how our biological processes affect one another.
Food sensitivities can be triggered by a number of issues such as leaky gut, parasites, fungus, or bacteria overgrowth to name a few. It is also important to calculate the effects of stress and medications on digestive enzyme production. With this advanced biofeedback technology, we can scan for these key related issues and much more – with just one scan instead of numerous labs and office visits.
The most important concept to remember when dealing with any health-related concern is identifying all possible root causes of symptoms. Symptoms are always the result of an imbalance somewhere in the body. The goal of identifying foods through testing is to identify and remove the assumed cause (the offending food) so the gut can heal and repair. However, if your food reactions are caused by perhaps a hidden infection, then how likely are you going to heal the gut if you don’t eliminate the infection? By truly “peeling the next layer,” CyberScan can help you and your health care practitioner hone in on red flags and imbalances. The technology not only looks for imbalance, but also identifies natural modalities that could aid in healing such as acupuncture points, various stress relief techniques, homeopathy, and even specific supplements.
While this incredible technology is new to many U.S. health care practitioners, European countries have been enjoying the benefits for decades as a standard approach to wellness and preventative care.
Tiffany is a certified nutrition consultant and functional diagnostic nutrition practitioner and can be reached at (760) 285.1221. For more information on CyberScan, visit TiffanyDalton.net. Please note that CyberScan is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure disease or illness, nor is it to be presented or construed in any way as a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment.