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jpsmom
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how many have used zyto & by what Dc?
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Up.

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REPOSTED :
ZYTO

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Have no idea what it is.

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I have used the Zyto technology and believe in it's merits. It has helped to to know what my primary issues are, what antibiotics and supplements resonate with me and if my body is in balance.

I don't know where you're located but I can PM you if you live in the So CA area and tell you who I've used.

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reposting:
ZYTO (EDS-electro dermal screening) ??? [bonk]

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I tried the zyto once at my llmds office. Follwed by a rife treatment the same day. It seemed like it gave good info, but also added a diiferent noise to my tinnitus which never went away, not sure if it was from the zyto or rife application as they were on the same computer.
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My first LLMD referred me out for some Zyto readings-

which then needed to be backed up by blood tests, for the most part- certainly for infection readings-

It was interesting, right on for some vitamin information, probably-

If I had an endless money supply, which I don't, I might have continued. But between the mold stuff and 2 people w/treatment,
supplements,
have to learn to pick and choose.

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low positive Fry biofilm test, 2012.
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doing okay!

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Thanks, jps!

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