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Magnetic Resonance Bio-Analyzer

The human body consists of approximately 100 trillion tiny cells that are continuously in the process of growth, development, differentiation, regeneration and death. Each red blood cell, which divides at an astonishing rate of 2.5 million times per second, emits an electromagnetic signal or frequency, which can be picked up and analyzed by a Magnetic Resonance Bio-Analyzer.

This sensitive technology can not only measure a series of known functions and their healthy electromagnetic ranges, but also record the condition of each scanned function. The signals and other subtle energy are collected by the Magnetic Resonance Bio-Analyzer and compared with the standard resonant spectrum of diseases, nutrition and other indicators of health.

“The technology behind the Bio-Analyzer is the result of research performed by three Russian scientists working with the Russian Space Agency. They developed the technology to maintain the health of the astronauts who work for months aboard the international space station. The complete system, which consists of three scanners and a homeopathic imprinter, is being used in the U.S. as biofeedback education equipment,” says Loran Swensen, CEO of Innergy Development, the parent company of AO Scan, maker of the Magnetic Resonance Bio-Analyzer.

The bio-analyzing system gets feedback from the body in three different ways: from electromagnetic fields, from the energy meridians of acupuncture and from the frequencies of the body’s cells and organs. The technology is also capable of feeding the body healthy electromagnetic frequencies. “The devices are being used by chiropractors, naturopaths and even a cardiologist, who uses it in his private practice,” advises Swensen.

Resource: Michelle Brown, AP, Alternative Natural Healthcare, 16517 Vanderbilt Dr., Ste. 3, Bonita Springs. To schedule an appointment for a scan or for more information, call 239-947-6234 or visit AlternativeNaturalHealthCare.net.
 

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