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Voll’s electro acupuncture (EAV)

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Reinhold Voll, a German medical doctor thoroughly examined Chinese acupuncture points, and later expanded them to what we know today to be more than 2000 Voll points. He constructed a device which releases tiny electrical currents to the body while closing the circuit at various acupuncture points. Recorded resistance at those given points, changes and […]

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Meditest

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This is basically a Voll test further developed (see the main principle above), by which we test homeopathic medicine, agents causing diseases in diluted isopathic form, and diseases themselves in isopathic dilution. As a result of modern technology these formulations do not need to be stored and examined separately, as resonances needed for evaluation are […]

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Thermo vision examination (Infracamera)

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Application of infracameras is scientifically accepted in examining the thermoregulation of buildings, finding infective patients with fever in a crowd, enhancing night vision of immigration officers and for military purposes.

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Iridiagnosis

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Our body is full of reflex zones which similar to our constitution, posture and character may carry the body’s main characteristics as well as indications of upcoming diseases. Such zones are the sole, tongue, scalp, palm, ear and the iris. Iris can be examined by a microscope. Changes in shape and color of the iris […]

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Sole reflexology

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Various zones of the sole were known already in ancient India and in the American Indian culture. This ancient information was first compiled by Marquard who described their significance also. Similar to foot massage, during the examination I touch and feel the consistency of the sole’s skin, find any discrepancy or defect and note painful […]

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ABPM, 24 hour blood pressure monitoring

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In cases when it is not clear how often in the day a patient has improper blood pressure levels, how much it increases, or whether it can be connected to being awake, work or sleep, I usually recommend the use of an ABPM examination. This way we can get precise measures of the patient’s blood […]

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Sugar intolerance breath tests

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We usually do three tests which are all based on the same principle. We test for lactose, fructose and sorbate intolerance. In case these sugars are not digested well by the small intestine (due to lack of enzymes and transporter proteins, disorder of intestinal bacteria flora), sugar travels to the large intestine where bacteria starts […]

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Lactose intolerance

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Lactose (milk sugar) is a disaccharide sugar that is exclusively found in milk and certain dairy products and that does not get absorbed directly. There are medicines which contain added lactose too. It is lactose enzymes produced by cells of the small intestine’s villi and bacteria of the normal intestinal flora that breaks down milk […]

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Fructose intolerance test

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Fructose malabsorption (DFI) is very similar to genetically hereditary, more serious lactose intolerance (HFI). Fruit sugar from food does not get fully absorbed in the small intestine and gets carried to the large intestine where bacteria ferment it. The cause of fructose malabsorption is the lack of transporter protein or its weak operation, overproduction of […]

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Sorbate (E420)

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Originally it is made out of corn flour. It is half as sweet as sugar, but provides as much energy. It is used as a stabilizer so it is very often put into food ingredients, medicines. Many times labels of such products do not even mention that they contain sorbate. So what contains sorbate? Corn […]

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