Taking the Guesswork Out of Wellness
- The Bio-Survey
Our technology enables us to perform a Bio-Survey of your body which allows us to evaluate
the stress of each
of your body's systems, identify the underlying cause of
stress in each of these systems, and pinpoint the exact
remedies which will bring your body back into balance. JH
Wellness began using ZYTO over 5 years ago. We began with the LSA
Pro 4.0 in April 2010. We have since upgraded to the Elite
5.0 (Philosophy of Elite 5.0) We have
the capability to conduct client sessions all over the world
thanks to our Virtual Clinic. Our Virtual Clinic enables
clients to enjoy sessions from the privacy of their home for
those who live too far or find it difficult to travel. Ask
about the JH Body Reset Bio-Survey that was designed to help
you reach your optimal weight.
ZYTO Hand Cradle is
registered by the FDA as a
class II medical device
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How It Works...
By combining quantum physics, biology, and information theory,
this technology provides an interface between living things and computers allowing them to talk to each other.
Most of your daily activity is managed by an exchange of information that happens at a level below conscious awareness. Every second there are an estimated 100 million impulses of information processed by your body that you are not aware of. The mechanism that filters this information is a part of your brain called the reticular activating system and even though you aren’t aware of it, it is this information that keeps your body organized and healthy.
is it like to get a scan? - Getting a ZYTO
biocommunication scan is a simple and painless process.
Simply place your hand on the ZYTO hand cradle
while a scan is run. During the scan, subtle energetic
impulses are introduced to your body through multiple
input channels including the hand cradle.
body will naturally respond to this communication and
the ZYTO software records each response. Although
a few people may be able to sense this energetic
communication, most are unaware that the scan is taking
Depending on your health
practitioner administering the scan, the length of the
scan can be as little as three minutes or much longer.
the scan your body responds to subtle stimulus and
provides answers that can help you make better
OF Scans - Scans are organized into what are
called biosurveys. You’ve probably filled out a
survey before; a series of questions that you provide
answers to. A biosurvey is essentially the same
thing, only you don’t answer the ‘questions’
consciously, you answer them subconsciously. With
biocommunication scanning, the ‘question’ is the
subtle energetic impulse called a Virtual Stimulus Item
or VSI, and your response, which is recorded and
analyzed by the ZYTO software, is a change in the
electrical properties of your skin.
Different biosurveys will
include different VSIs. Some biosurveys are general in
nature and include VSIs concerned with overall wellness,
others include VSIs relating to specific areas of the
body or body processes, and some may deal with
environmental factors like toxins or allergens. A
biosurvey can be as varied and versatile as any other
Health practitioners use
ZYTO products to help them provide better education to
their clients. That's why ZYTO technology is referred to
as decision support technology. It's important to note
that ZYTO scans do not treat or diagnose.
often should I get my ZYTO Scan? - Regular
ZYTO scanning will provide you and your healthcare
provider with up-to-date biocommunication information as
your body and health needs change. Your health practitioner
provider will guide you with the specific schedule best
- Clinical studies have compared ZYTO scan
reports with results produced by generally accepted
diagnostic methods. One pilot
study conducted in Beijing China compared the
results of a four-minute ZYTO scan to a two-day
diagnostic workup on several hundred patients. The
results showed a high correlation. This study was not
undertaken with the idea that biocommunication scanning
is an alternative to diagnostic testing, but to
determine the clinical value of scan results as a guide
for doctors ordering diagnostic workups.
- There are no known contraindications for
properly administered ZYTO scanning. The amount of
energy used in a scan is so low that it is safe for
infants, children, adults of all ages, for people with
pacemakers, and pregnant women.
introduction to biocommunication.
first step to getting more out of life may be as
close as a ZYTO biocommunication scan.
how the ZYTO technology works.
ZYTO report will provide you with insights and
information that you can use as you make decisions
about your health.
Reasons Why You Should Get
a ZYTO Biocommunication Scan
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How Our Cells Communicate
Information is the
communication of knowledge and each cell of your body is
built for communication. The outer cell wall is comprised of
two layers of fat, called a bi-lipid layer. The lipid
molecules are organized in a crystalline pattern that
You may be familiar with
crystals and their use. Using very simple components, and no
outside energy source, a crystal radio allows you to capture
the waves from a radio station and convert them into audio
The crystal like structure of
each of the 70 trillion cells that make up your body allows
you to receive information in a similar way. As the cells
compress and expand their structure generates the energy
needed to pass information along, allowing your entire body
to function in a coordinated and healthy way.
As your cells communicate
ZYTO technology makes it possible to ‘eaves drop’ and
listen to the conversation. This is accomplished by
monitoring the changes in galvanic skin response, or GSR, as
well as subtle changes in spoken voice. As we listen we
apply proprietary formulas and extract meaning from what
your body is saying; but that’s only half the equation,
the other half is talking. Talking in this sense is
communicating information to your body that will stimulate a
To talk to your body ZYTO
technology converts computer data to signatures or
frequencies that stimulate cellular response. We call these
signatures virtual stressors or queries. The process of
talking with the body can be seen as a stimulus-response
exercise. ZYTO technology outputs a query (a virtual
stressor) and the body responds. We’re asking a question
and listening to the answer.
This technology is a
bio-information tool designed to assist health professionals
gather patient-specific information. It facilitates a
conversation between the computer and the patient at an
autonomic or subconscious level. This conversation is
essentially an extension of the intake process involving a
written health history, as the LSA Pro and now the Elite 5.0 can be compared to
the health history form and the pen used to fill in the
blanks. Although the printed form and the pen are not
medical devices the information they collect can have
significant clinical value. This is also true for the
Elite 5.0; gathering information is the objective. Information
is the transmission of knowledge.
There are various ways to
transmit knowledge. The communication pathway that our
technology accesses is Galvanic Skin Response or GSR. GSR is
concerned with the conductivity (how well something conducts
electricity) of the largest organ in the body, the skin.
A German Professor named
Tarchanoff first discovered skin conductivity around 1888.
In the early 1900's Dr. Carl Jung established that GSR
measurements could track physiological arousal or stress in
the body. In the 1930’s Dr. Hans Selye began to uncover
the importance of understanding stress and what information
it could tell us about the body. These discoveries have led
to the creation of many common devices, such as the
polygraph test. Later in the 20th century, Dr. Reinholt Voll
and others identified further uses for GSR, including the
monitoring of acupuncture points to determine the condition
of the body's energy meridians.
In the 1980’s, Dr. Vaughn R
Cook began to build on these applications. The initial goal
was to use computers and GSR to gather data to aid
healthcare professionals in making diagnostic and
therapeutic decisions. After designing one such instrument
he began in 2001 to design a fully automated device that
could expand into non-clinical use. However, the first such
application was the LSA Pro, released after three years of
development in late 2004.
Much like a polygraph
technician asking a subject questions and evaluating the
body's response, the our technology uses GSR to track
responses to computer generated signatures called ‘queries’,
or ‘virtual stressors’. The Elite 5.0 asks the body questions
by generating a query and monitors corresponding
fluctuations in GRS to record its answers.
Initially the LSA Pro
now the Elite 5.0 determines what is called the patient’s stress profile. A
stress profile is comprised of the most exaggerated
responses to a given set of queries. These responses are
considered ‘out of range’ or significant enough that
they warrant further attention. The LSA Pro then uses the
stress profile as a measure against which further queries
are rated. These further queries help identify
balancing options, including nutriceutical products.
Just like the written health history, this information
serves as a guide for clinical decisions. Are specific
diagnostic tests warranted? Which therapeutic query is
the patient showing the most positive (balancing) response?
The LSA Pro quickly gathers and assesses data that would
otherwise be missed.
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Stress as a
Most often, when we hear
the word stress we think of anxiety or nervous tension.
The clinical definition of stress however is a positive
thing. In fact, without stress you'd be dead.
Physiological stress is your body's reaction to any
stressor. It is generated in an attempt to maintain
balance. Stressors can be environmental, emotional, or
physical. For example, fatigue from staying up too late,
the emotional strain from a death in the family, or a
flu virus that has invaded your body are all stressors.
When a stressor presents itself your body uses
biotelemetry to spread the word, communicating from cell
to cell to enlist sufficient resources to compensate for
the stressor. When the body’s response is adequate we
continue to enjoy good health, we are in balance with
our stressors. This is called homeostasis.
Homeostasis is not a static position; the body is
constantly making adjustments, an estimated 100 million
per second. For the most part we are unaware of these
adjustments because our conscious mind is not designed
to handle that much detail. But even though we
don’t hear the music, the dance goes on.
The music of this
dance is what the LSA Pro listens to, particularly the
music of GSR. But instead of presenting the body with
actual stressors, the LSA Pro generates virtual
stressors, queries. In this manner the body can be
presented with a large number of simulated challenges,
or questions, and by listening to the biotelemetry
reflected in GSR the LSA Pro receives the body’s
answers. It’s a stimulus-response experience.
While a healthy, balanced
body has the capacity to deal with all stressors, an
overtaxed or overstressed system eventually experiences
difficulty in pushing back. The results of this can be
fatigue, pain, weight gain, and susceptibility to
illness. At this point, clinical intervention can
support the body and help it restore balance.
The question is, "What options will best help the
patient regain balance." There is no
one-size-fits-all answer. Because every body is unique,
the best solution for Jane may not work well for Sally,
even though their general symptoms are the same. But the
LSA Pro, employing patent pending techniques gives the
practitioner the opportunity to inquire directly and
tailor an approach fitted to the patient. The process is
quick, clinically proven, and compelling for the
patient, which improves patient compliance and increases
the probability for greater clinical success.
- Remote Health Assessment Using a Frequency-Based GSR Stress Bio-Survey Technology
- A Pilot Study in China - Zeng Qiang, M.D.; W. John Diamond, M.B., B.Ch., M.D.; and William A. Tiller, Ph.D.
- A History of Meridian Stress Assessment
- Dr. Dennis W. Remington
ElectroDermal Analysis - A Scientific Correlation with
Pathophysiology - By: Arthur Dale
Ericsson, M.D., Kenneth Pittaway, ND, and Rongjian Lai,
A Food Allergy Study Utilizing the EAV Acupuncture
Technique - Julia J. Tsuei,
M.D., Carl W. Lehman, M.D., Fred M.K. Lam Jr., M.D. and
David A. H. Zhu, M.D.
American Journal of Acupuncture - American Journal of
Acupuncture Volume 25 Number 1 1998 - Double Blind
Virtual Medicine - Sections of Virtual
Medicine by Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby. ISBN 0722538235
Corporate Wellness Study - Icon Health and Fitness - The following is a study
published by a major corporation utilizing BioMeridian
Equipment. This study was published by the Corporation
and is here for reference only
Electromagnetic Applications in Medicine - Panel
Members: Becker, Robert O., M.D.; Hazlewood Carlton F.,
Ph.D.; Liboff, Abraham R. Ph.D.; and Walleczek, Jan,
Ph.D. Editors: Rubik, Beverly, Ph.D.; and Flower, Robert
On the Explanation of Electrodermal Diagnostic and
Treatment Instruments Part I. The Electrical Behavior of
Human Skin. - Tiller, William
A., Ph.D., Stanford University
Quantitative Analysis of Electrical Skin Conductance in
Diagnosis: Historical and current views of Bioelectric
Medicine. - Brewitt, Barbara, PhD
On the Evolution and Future Development of Electrodermal
Diagnostic Instruments - Tiller,
William A., Ph.D., Standford University
EDS: Auto-Regulation & Cell Signal Enhancement -
Brewitt, Barabara, PhD.
Electrophysiological Diagnosis at Terminal Points of
Acupuncture Meridians - Eickhorn, Roland, M.D.;
Schimmel, Helmet W., M.D., D.D.S.
Are there Electrical Devices that can Measure the Body's
Energy State Change to an Acupuncture Treatment? Part I,
The Meridian Stress Assessment (MSA-21) Device. - Roberts, Nancy R., Ph.D.,
Shealy, Norman, M.D., Ph.D.,
and Tiller, William, Ph.D
Specific Desensitization to Chemicals: A Pilot Study of
100 Patients. - Boczko, Miklos L., M.D.; and Caprio, Lawrence J., N.D.
A Review of the History and Scientific Bases of
Electrodiagnosis and Its Relationship to Homeopathy and
Acupuncture - Royal, Fuller, M.D., HMD; and Royal, Daniel,