At East West Wellness of Marin we may perform a ZYTO analysis to better understand your health status. ZYTO can be a useful tool for delving deeper into many health concerns.
ZYTO scans are a stimulus-response exchange between the computer and your body. The response generated by your body’s energetic system provides comprehensive information, and at a level you are most likely not consciously aware of.
Here’s a simple example: You can get Vitamin C from eating both oranges and broccoli. You might prefer the taste of an orange, but broccoli may be a better choice for you because your body is able to extract the vitamin C from the broccoli more efficiently than from the orange.
If you include orange and broccoli in a ZYTO scan you may discover that your body responds favorably to broccoli and unfavorably to the orange. The favorable response is referred to as your “biological preference”; in other words, your body shows a biological preference for broccoli.
Biological preference doesn’t indicate deficiency and it isn’t a diagnosis of illness or disease. In our example, it simply means that during the scan your body responded more favorably to the stimulus linked to broccoli. This information, specifically about you, can now guide your healthcare provider to explore issues around these foods.
How Does It Work?
Your body’s systems are energetically connected and are constantly in communication. The primary function of this communication is to maintain overall health and functionality. Bio communication between your body and ZYTO software takes advantage of this and is a breakthrough method for ‘listening to’ and ‘communicating with’ your body.
By interacting energetically with your body, the ZYTO software will essentially ask your body questions and record your body’s responses. Information gathered in this way can help you be more proactive about your health and help you and your healthcare provider make better decisions regarding your healthcare.
ZYTO scans do not diagnose problems or recommend treatments, they simply provide information that can be considered by a qualified healthcare professional in determining a course of action.