Bioresonance treatment for food and chemical sensitivities

Among the many suggestions that have been made for allergy treatment is Bio-resonance. New subscriber, Angela Clark has found Bio-resonance treatments very helpful in dealing with her multiple sensitivities.

The theory underlying Bioresonance is that all matter has a resonant frequency and every cell in the body resonates at a particular frequency. This takes the form of an electromagnetic field. Groups of cells in an organ or system have multiple frequency patterns which are unique. Hence the whole body has a complex frequency make-up, which can be changed or distorted by illness.
If you accept that the cells are controlled by electromagnetic fields then it is possible to introduce healthy frequencies to rebalance the whole body and provide an environment in which the body cures itself.
This treatment therefore appears to have connections with the principles of acupuncture and homeopathy, which rely on energy flow and the imprinting of frequencies on aqueous solutions.
The application of frequencies to the body or water is usually by vibration, electromagnetic fields or light.
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I was diagnosed as a Coeliac over 30 years ago but unfortunately my food intolerances have become steadily worse over the years. Last year my weight dropped dramatically and I only had a handful of foods I could eat. Conventional medicine has been no help, so I have tried a variety of alternative therapies, acupuncture being probably the most helpful.
In April this year I was introduced to a Bioresonance practitioner who is also a doctor. At my first appointment I was tested on a Vega machine with 50 basic foods. Cabbage came up as my only safe food. I was also found to be intolerant of Vitamin C and salicylates, and allergic to candida.

I have now been desensitised to the above and 12 other foods on the Vega machine, all of which have worked, and I have been able to eat many more vegetables. Unfortunately, fruit is still a problem, but I can now eat a banana and a pear.

Recently, I had the original foods re-checked and many of the severe reactions (to corn, rye, wheat, etc) are now mild reactions so certainly the body seems to be changing. I have also put on a stone in weight. Many of the severe reactions have subsided, although I still need to rotate safe foods every 4/5 days.

Unfortunately only two foods can be desensitised at one time, so it is a fairly slow and costly process. I am also being treated for a number of bugs in my system, which have been detected by the Bicom machine. This is done with drops because of my sensitivity to medication. It is a much slower process, but helps to prevent a severe die-off reaction.
I still have a long way to go, but although I am not really sure how the therapy works, I do know that my health is improving. Hopefully, in time, I may get back to a more normal diet.


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