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BlueCheetah
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My LLMD mentioned something to me a few months ago about a lady she sends some of her patients to that uses some sort of machine to check for food allergies and coinfections.

At my last appointment, I remembered to ask what the names of the machines are.

She mentioned the EAV machine and also the Biomeridian. I believe she said she prefers the EAV machine.

Does anyone know anything about getting tested with either of these?

My LLMD said the EAV was very accurate, even on her.

I would love to know more about it and possibly have it done soon.

Thank you!

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SForsgren
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I think these can provide much insight and value and I personally was sent to one by my doctor that at the time had no idea that I had Lyme. It was the EAV practitioner that asked me to go back and get Lyme testing done. So this changed my life. If the practitioner is good, it can be quite helpful.

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SForsgren, do you mind sharing which machine it was you were tested on? Was it the BioSET?

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BioSET is an allergy elimination technique. I don't know of a BioSET device per se. The BioSET pracitioner I used used an IQS - Interactive Query System device.

I have also used these:

Asyra
Biomeridian
Bicom
Core Inergetix

All of the above have a place if the practitioner knows what they are doing in my opinion.

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