Are you feeling tired and lack energy after another restless night; worried about a list of ailments that are lingering and refusing to improve; or think you are sensitive to certain foods? Do you want to get to the source of the issue instead of covering it up with medication or blindly trying natural remedies hoping that you pick the right one? Maybe it is time to try Bioresonance.

I didn’t know what to expect from my session, and to be honest what little I did read included "There’s no reliable scientific evidence that bioresonance is an accurate indicator of medical conditions …" ~ WebMD. I went along, open-minded.

When I was asked to hold a console like device I was sceptical. I held it using the non intrusive electrodes that evaluated my health using the hardware and software that gathered information from the energy from my body. In a matter of minutes results were starting to show on the screen. The initial comprehensive test looked at the causal chain, the path from a root cause to problem symptoms. This test indicated an acute issue with my sinus, throat issues & Eustachian tubes …I was impressed! The day before I had woken with a sore throat, and on the day of testing I was having issues with my sinus’ and ears! I didn’t mention any of this to Tracy Fuller who was running the test and from that point I became a believer. My Thymus gland (immune system) was showing green which indicated a homeopathic remedy would help to balance my body. Kali Muriaticum, something I will look more into!

My test also showed geographical stresses had weakened my immune system. Spending a high percentage of time with these external geopathic stress zones can affect our health & wellbeing. I may find it a little more difficult avoiding the natural and manmade geographical stresses that are around me, but it has prompted me to learn more about them.

Bioresonance is like an electronic form of Kinestheology. Kinestheology is muscle testing that test for intolerances and imbalances within the energetic system through a ‘lie detector’ test, testing the muscles provides a picture of that is happening in the meridian system, and how it affects your body. The body knows what it needs and what it doesn’t. It knows what is good for it and what is bad for it. Kinestheology can be quite slow getting to the bottom of what is wrong, as you get tested for one thing at a time. However the QEST Bioresonance machine that Tracy used has up to 40,000 ‘questions’ that it asks the body in a very short amount of time. Bioresonance works with the meridians; it’s not working on the body organs, but works on the energy. Bioresonance looks at the energetic status and energetic pathways of the body, seeing if there’s a good flow or a bad flow. Then unblocking it and rebalance the body.

The cells in our bodies have a natural resonance and when that resonance is upset, illness can occur. Resonance is “a vibrating system or external force that drives another system to oscillate with greater amplitude at a specific preferential frequency.” ~ Wikipedia. I found the process fascinating and enjoyed seeing what my own body liked and disliked, with some results confirming what I had already suspected.

Here’s a very small example of the energetic tests that can be looked at, each having their own filters that help to drill down further and provide more specific data:

  • Allergy Sensitivity Profile
  • Comprehensive Analysis (I had this)
  • E.F.T.
  • Emotional Stressors
  • Environmental Sensitivity List
  • Food Sensitivity List (I had this)
  • Hormonal Profile
  • Nutrient Deficiency
  • Nutritional Maintenance

(Only a small selection of what is available to you)

I went on to have a Food Sensitivity Test, a real eye opener for me. I had a preconceived idea of what would be highlighted; I suspected milk, some spices and onions. I am actually sensitive to: Chive; Parsley; Bayleaf; Black pepper; Ketchup; Orange; Kiwi; Melon; Lychee; Turkey; Lactase (all dairy not anything specific) and flat fish – I am so pleased Salmon wasn’t included in that, as I would have been gutted!

I am also sensitive to coffee and I assumed that meant all things with caffeine but was corrected that if that was the case “Caffeine” would have been noted. It’s just coffee in my case. I never have liked it, not even the smell of it, so that’s OK!

To help clear the food sensitivities there’s the option of eliminating the food and having homeopathic drops that can help balance your body. Then when the test is re-run it may show that there’s no longer sensitivity and the food can be reintroduced slowly. You could have this Bioresonance therapy as a one off, or return and have further sessions which will help to identify if blockages are still there or if the sensitivities currently experienced are still present. The Qest device itself is also used to help clear energy blockages in a painless way, so a short course of treatments can be beneficial.

As part of this Bioresonance service I received a comprehensive report. A very interesting therapy!

Do you offer a Bio Resonance service? Please comment below with a short bio of what you offer and your name and contact details.
Have you experienced this therapy? What did you think about it? Anyone that you can recommend?

Previous comments

Tracy Fuller
"Thank you Tracey for taking the time to come to see me and write such a glowing article on the bioresonance screening I offer. There is so much to this machine which helps me in my nutritional work that I really couldn't be without it. "
Graham Turner
"A very interesting article. I am a great believer in investing time and money on ones health - there is nothing more important than maintaining good health - as someone who already uses alternative homeopathic remedies for Arthritis, I look forward to exploring this further 👍"


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