There are many diseases and disorders associated with the GI system. Some of the most important aspects of digestive disorders are the prevalence, healthcare costs, and mortality. Digestive disorders cost the U.S. approximately $141.8 billion dollars in 2004. The following chart summarizes the impact of the most common digestive disorders in the United States in 2004:
Almost every second person older than 40 years has one or multiple gastro-intestinal (GI) organs disorders. GI disorders are affecting the whole body health and functionality, because gastro-intestinal system (GI) is the central station to prepare the necessary nutrients and to generate enough Qi energy to keep the body auto regulation ongoing, as well the major excretory system. Digestive organs have a very complex enzymatic system and secrete a lot of juices to be able to process all kind of food. Digestive organs rely on billions of probiotic bacteria to keep the internal mucosa in a good shape and perform a correct digestion. It is subject of many parasitic infections and needs so a lot of detox and cleansing parasites care.
It is known today that GI system has its own nervous system and its own “brain” located in the intestines; this brain sends over 80% of neuronal signals to encephalon; therefore “you should trust your guts”!
Due to its complexity it is very difficult to keep GI in a permanent healthy state; it is very important to evaluate and scan all GI organs once per year for prevention and maintenance.
Best methods to scan GI organs are:
Best methods to treat GI organs are:
Bioresonance & Systemic Functional Bioresonance (SFB) therapy
In this seminar-video we present the results of renowned European doctors who successfully applied EAV/EDS and Wegamed testing techniques for identifying GI disorders and at the same time developed successful bioresonance therapies for all kind of GI conditions. Do not skip this opportunity to learn more about GI disorders and their most suitable therapies.