Biological Terrain Analysis
(BTA – Biological Terrain Analysis)
“When the leaves of a plant turn brown, you don’t paint them green. We look for the cause of the problem. It would be ideal if we did the same with our health.”
Dr. Frank Lipman
What is Biological Terrain?
All cells are essentially in the same environment – the extracellular fluid – the internal environment of the body, also called the Biological Terrain.
The best possible description for the term “biological terrain” is probably the environmental context of a cell. The modification of the biological terrain is done daily by all individuals through:
- Levels of physical activity;
- Levels of water intake;
- Potassium vs. sodium intake levels, as well as other minerals;
- Excretory capacity and effectiveness;
- Capacity and effectiveness of nutrient absorption, etc.
Biological Terrain Analyses allow us to identify which points of imbalance should be targeted for therapy.
How are they processed?
BTA (Biological Terrain Analysis) is an evolution of Vincent’s method (proven more than forty years ago and tested in more than 60,000 cases) which consists in the analysis of the 3 main fluids of our body (small samples of SANGUE, SALIVA and URINA) in order to determine the internal environment of the body;
It is on it that all metabolic cell exchanges depend, as well as the supply of food to the cells and the elimination of waste generated by cellular activity.
This analysis methodology evaluates the electrical parameters of any type of liquid solution, defining the acidity (pH), oxidation (rH2) and electrical resistance ratios(R).
Unlike conventional medicine, which deals specifically with the chemical and structural study, bioelectronics focuses on electrical and electromagnetic factors, presenting an instrument of different scope and complementary to other methods.
What is possible to evaluate?
The trends in the terrain:
At a general level;
Nutrient absorption capacity;
Tissue conductivity and impedance analysis is performed, as well as the electrical potential capable of maintaining correctly functioning metabolisms.
At the level of systems and organs (kidneys, liver, digestive system, etc.), it is possible to verify where the faults are located, as well as possible metabolic compensations that are occurring and that can lead to imbalance of the body.
It’s also determined:
Level of emotional stress;
Evaluate whether the ground is in equilibrium or trending towards:
High levels of acidity and oxidation;