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I don't know how many of you have heard of zyto, but I thought I would mention how it went for me because I was skeptical of it. The website is if anyone is curious.

It seemed to do a decent job in general detecting problems. It missed a couple big things but at the same time caught a lot of things that would've been very difficult to diagnose any other way, such as damage to certain parts of the brain (yes I'm brain damaged). It did miss things like milk allergy and a few others, but I would have to say it seemed to be a help in general just that it's not definite.
So I grade it a definite help in diagnosis, but it is a bit expensive.
As far as the doctor I did the session with I don't like the treatments completely because he uses a lot of homeopathics and I like to stick with science based medicine rather than paying for water, but he gives you the results of the test and will send them to your doctor so they can choose your treatment path too.

So now this is here in case anyone else considers it and wonders what to expect.

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