Skinny Pantry Offers ZYTO Scans
The Body "Talks Back"
A state-of-the art, high-tech, convenient way to determine one’s best supplements is now available in our area. ZYTO technology scans are being provided at The Skinny Pantry, in Fort Myers.
By combining quantum physics, biology and computer technology, the stimulus-response process outputs a query, or virtual stressor, and the body “talks back,” or responds, according to ZYTO Corp. founder and CEO Dr. Vaughn R. Cook, OMD. The company reports there have been more than 100,000 assessments performed by healthcare professionals, and the accuracy of the results and science that supports it has impressed its many practitioners.
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Scan fee: $49.99, including up to one hour of consultation. Location: 11356 S. Cleveland Ave. For more info or to make an appointment, call 239-935-5093, visit www.TheSkinnyPantry.com or visit the store.
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