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Thermography is a noninvasive, safe, and highly accurate form of diagnostic testing, which uses no radiation. Thermography detects intensity levels of infrared heat emitted from different areas in the body. Infrared heat is emitted from the body as a natural byproduct of cellular metabolism; however, unhealthy cells and tissues, or those in pain generally emit greater levels of heat than healthy, normal cells. Thermography devices are able to detect these differences in infrared heat emissions, helping to pinpoint problem areas in the body that might otherwise go undetected. Diagnosis with Thermography is used for early detection of most disease, especially cancers and Neuro-Musculo-Skeletal conditions. Touted as being able to detect a lump in the breast seven years ahead of a typical mammogram, Thermography is a highly valued and recommended preventative test for a vast majority of potentially dangerous conditions.

Thermography equipment contains two parts, the DITI (digital infrared thermal imaging) camera and a standard PC or laptop computer. These systems have only a few controls and though relatively easy to use, require precise training and extensive experience to accurately assess the information being relayed through the Thermograh; thus, it is important to find a skilled, experienced practitioner.

Antioxidants such as vitamin E and C, Microhydrin, the ayurvedic herb Amrit, curcumin, selenium, pycnogenal, policosanol, zinc, copper, manganese, and blue green algae can neutralize these free radicals. Digestive enzymes are also an important consideration, as undigested, old or overcooked foods, as well as oxidizing radiation from the sun and electromagnietic radiation all contribute to free radical production. These diet and lifestyle changes give you the well-needed edge, as your body continuously fights the attack from free radicals.