Diabetes is on its way to becoming folk disease No 1. The government tries to prescribe better nutrition, less sugar, etc. However, it almost looks as a lost fight. As a holistic practitioner, you can effectively support your clients without getting in the way of the doctor or the diabetes nurse. This is done with the aid of modern health analysis. Corpus Analyser is an instrument that tests 250 parameters in the body. Approximately 30 parameters are involved in diabetes or pre-diabetes. The test will give you an insight into which of these parameters affect your client’s health. For each parameter it is indicated what exactly is being tested and in most cases what the solution is on a naturopathic basis. This method is also suitable for the current group of users of the Corpuscan and the Body Scanalyser.
Diabetes is not the same for every person. One is more sensitive than the other and a personal analysis can indicate the priority so that the body is not burdened with unnecessary therapy. What we can already do is recognize the symptoms that lead to diabetes 2 and indicate to your client which factors cause diabetes are most important to him/her for lifestyle adjustment.
The Corpus Analyser scans the body and produces an analysis based on the energetic state. It is not a test that has been recognised as regular, nor does such a regular test exist. There are hundreds of thousands of test devices on the market worldwide that work on the same principle and produce about 80% correct analytical data. Also, the energetic field of the body often indicates the problem rather than the symptom that comes later. The Corpus Analyser is used to recognize whether a person has tendencies that can lead to Diabetes. It is an excellent instrument to give the therapist the opportunity to offer a test to all his clients and, after having found the cases, to draw up a treatment plan for them.
The analytical report
indicates which of the 250 parameters are related to diabetes. The underlying protocol book contains advice for the treatment. More than 30 parameters are involved in diabetes and after testing the client will prove to be sensitive to a number of them. It is up to the professional to assess which parameters are most important for his/her client and which parameters have direct priority.
During the treatment period, the Corpus Analyser is used to monitor and, if necessary, adjust the course of the health. The overview shows in red whether the parameter has anything to do with diabetes. An arrow indicates whether the test value is too high or too low as a critical factor. The priority can be determined from the degree of deviation. It is an extremely simple way of dealing with an ailment that threatens to become folk disease no. 1.
How does the analysis work?
A section of the overview of all parameters tested is shown below. The parameters that are more or less involved in diabetes are indicated in red. There are also parameters that do not directly analyse diabetes but that indicate support in the event of shortages or surpluses. An upward arrow indicates that there is a surplus, an downward arrow indicates that there is a deficit.
With your Body Scanalyser or Corpus Scanner device, you have the option of deactivating parameters in the settings menu. If you do that for the parameters that are not related to diabetes in the table below and you make a summary report, you will have a quick overview of the status of your client. The download will be in your own language.
|11 Bone Mineral Density||12 Rheumatoid Bone Disease||14 Blood Sugar||23 Heavy Metal|
The arrows indicate whether a high or low test value is critical
Example: 06 (pancreas) pancreatic polypropylene (PP)
Pancreatic polypropylene (PP) is a hormone secreted by the pancreas. The release is caused by the consumption of protein-rich meals, fasting, exercise and acute low blood sugar (hypoglycaemia). The PP that is released after eating circulates in the blood and works by binding to receptors in the brain. These receptors then cause a loss of appetite and make people feel full after eating.
In relation to diabetes:
⇑ Low PP concentrations are associated with an increase in appetite and food intake. The low test values are associated with obesity and the onset of type 2 diabetes (adults) and may contribute to weight gain in these conditions. ⇓ High PP concentrations are unusual. They will lead to a reduction in appetite and food intake. High levels are associated with diseases where there is dramatic weight loss, such as anorexia nervosa, celiac disease, inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis) and some types of cancer.