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Michelle Behm

It only takes five minutes

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January 11, 2022

What is Biofeedback you might ask? According to the Cleveland Clinic, biofeedback is a mind-body therapy that can improve physical and mental health. During a biofeedback session, you use a transducer headset that rests on the head like earphones to measure certain bodily functions. Once the scan has completed, then you can optimize your scan to send back to the body ways to improve on areas that are low functioning or stressed and inflamed.

Here at Coconutz Health we use the AO Scanner technology from the Solex Company. It’s a great professional tool that looks into your vitals.  

The vitals report scans determine the following information; blood, Chakras, gastrointestinal function, meridians, nutritional analysis, physical functionality, and toxicities. The blood lipids are reported as in range or out of range. The vitals scan also looks at the CBC (complete blood count) to see if there is anything out of range. Fatty acids play several roles in the body from sending signals in our cells, to giving cells energy, or building hormones. AO Scanner will allow you to see what areas of the fatty acids are in or out of ranges.  

Chakras are energy centers in the body that support a range of functions within each area they reside. Often we have something emotional or physical that can affect these areas. The vitals scan can let you see if you have high or low energy residing in these areas; it also gives you an indication of suggestions of what these areas affect.  

The gastrointestinal function is an amazing tool for everyone to find out how well their gut is absorbing our nutritional needs. It will let you know if something is out or range from peristaltic action to intestinal bacteria. Inflammation is also indicated in the gut function as well as insulin resistance and pancreas function.  

The meridians are often used in reflexology or traditional Chinese medicine. The vital scan maps show whether your meridians – energy highways through the body – are high or low function.  

Next on the vitals scan are nutritional analysis; this part of the scan allows for you to see where your amino acids – builds protein – levels are at. You will also be able to see if your digestive acids/enzymes are at ranges that support your digestion. Vitamins and minerals are also in the vitals scan. This is a great way to see what your body may be getting enough of or what you want to focus on in your nutritional plan.  

The vitals report also indicates basic physical function of the body, such as: bone and muscle conditions, bone growth index, bone mineral density, brain (cranial) nerve function, cardiovascular/cerebrovascular function, collagen index, endocrine glands, eye health, hormone function, immune system, kidney function, liver/gallbladder function, lung function, reproductive function, skin index, and thyroid function.  

The last part of this scan reports toxicities that are showing up in your body. This includes things like allergies to pollens in grasses, trees, weeds, and foods.  

The vitals scan is also a great indicator of bacteria’s residing within our systems. It may also indicate funguses, human toxins, molds, parasites, and viruses. As you can see just this one scan has a very complete profile that gives you information to improve your quality of life. Once you have received the scan you can have it emailed to you for further reference.  

For those of you who are looking to make a change in your life for better quality of life, this scan gives your guidance without having to have extensive, invasive lab work done. I myself often recommend that you do a scan in four to six weeks after making the changes you want to your diet and supplemental regiment.  

The most amazing part of this technology is that it only takes about five minutes to complete a scan. Then of course the real work comes into play, making the necessary health changes that will improve your quality of life, renew your energy, and give you vitality.



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Michelle Behm

Michelle Behm is a practicing Reflexologist in Thorp, Wisconsin.

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