Biological Terrain Analysis


(BTA – Biological Terrain Analysis)

“When a plant’s leaves are turning brown, you don’t paint the leaves green. You look at the cause of the problem.
If only we treated our bodies the same way.”

Dr. Frank Lipman

What is the Biological Terrain?

All cells are found in the same environment – the extracellular fluid – the internal environment of the body, also known as the Biological Terrain.

The “biological terrain” is the environmental context of a cell. Modification of the biological terrain occurs daily by all individuals through:


  • levels of physical activity;
  • levels of water intake;
  • levels of potassium intake vs. sodium, as well as other minerals;
  • excretory capacity and efficacy;
  • capacity and efficacy of nutrient absorption, etc.

The Biological Terrain Analysis allows us to identify which area of imbalance to target our therapy.

How are they processed?

BTA (Biological Terrain Analysis) is an evolution of Vincent’s method (having been used for over 40 years and tested in more than 60,000 cases) which consists of analysing the 3 main fluids in our body (small samples of BLOOD, SALIVA AND URINE), in order to determine the internal environment of the body. All metabolic cellular exchanges depend on these fluids, as well as the supply of food to the cells and the elimination of residues generated by the cellular activity.

This methodology evaluates the electrical parameters of any type of liquid solution, defining the ratios of acidity (pH), oxidation (rH2) and electrical resistance (R). Unlike conventional medicine, which deals specifically with the chemical and structural study, bioelectronics concentrates on electrical and electromagnetic factors, presenting an instrument of different scope and complement of other methods.

What can be evaluated?

The trends that the terrain presents:

  • At the general level;
  • General responsiveness;
  • Ability to absorb nutrients;
  • Excretory capacity.

Conductivity and tissue impedance analysis is also performed, as well as the electrical potential capable of maintaining metabolisms functioning correctly.

At a systems and organs level (kidneys, liver, digestive system, etc.), it is possible to understand where the failures are located, as well as possible metabolic compensations that are occurring and that can lead to imbalance.

It is also determined:

  • Level of emotional stress
  • Electromagnetic pollution
  • Acidity level
  • Oxidation level
  • Terrain degeneration

Evaluates whether the terrain is in balance or tends to:

  • autoimmune imbalances
  • viral infections
  • bacterial infections
  • allergic reactions
  • cardiovascular disease
  • high levels of acidity and oxidation