With so many choices available today, deciding which nutritional products to take can be a difficult task to say the least. Most people use a try-it-and-see approach, which can be a costly and time-consuming process. But there’s a much better way to decide from among the multitude of wellness options available to you.
By getting a ZYTO™ biocommunication scan, or bioscan, you can find which products your body is most coherent with, thus eliminating the guesswork and subjectivity that comes with choosing supplements and other personal wellness products.
The ZYTO Scan
During a ZYTO scan, the Hand Cradle measures your body’s galvanic skin response (GSR). The data gathered by the Hand Cradle is evaluated by the software in the context of various digital signatures called Virtual Items. Virtual Items are representative of a wide range of things like foods, nutritional supplements, body organs, and systems.
Virtual Items can be organized into sequences for scanning. You can think of ZYTO scans as questionnaires to which your body’s GSR data provides the answers. These scans are designed by some of the best and brightest professionals in the world for the purpose of providing the most pertinent information about your wellness. At the completion of a scan, the software’s analysis is documented in the form of a report. Information gathered in this way can help you make decisions to maintain your health.
The ZYTO Hand Cradle has been cleared by the FDA for the measurement of galvanic skin response. ZYTO software has not undergone FDA review for effectiveness. ZYTO technologies are not intended to be used in the diagnosis, care, treatment, mitigation, or prevention of any disease or medical condition. The diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions should only be undertaken by qualified medical professionals.
The ZYTO Hand Cradle measures the user’s galvanic skin response and sends that data directly to the ZYTO software for analysis.
The GSR data is correlated and compared with Virtual Items in the software database.
Galvanic Skin Response
The ZYTO bioscan relies on galvanic skin response (GSR)—an established technology that measures fluctuations in electrical conductivity of the skin.
One familiar application of GSR is lie detector testing.
Each Virtual Item represents a different physical item. Every time the software introduces a Virtual Item, a corresponding GSR reading is taken by the Hand Cradle. Each new response is measured and tracked in comparison to the GSR baseline reading.
ZYTO’s proprietary software analyzes GSR data for patterns of coherence—looking for the ways your GSR readings fluctuate or shift in response to each Virtual Item.
While tracking the GSR data in comparison with each Virtual Item, ZYTO software assigns each Virtual Item a positive or negative value based on the coherence patterns. Positive values indicate Virtual Items that the body is biologically coherent with.
An easy-to-read report is generated that displays a ranking of the Virtual Items that resulted in greater biological coherence. The report can then be used to assist individuals as they make choices to maintain overall health and wellness. We call this whole process biocommunication.