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Image digestive dysfunction

Thermal imaging really is amazing. Although the ultra-sensitive camera can only pick up surface heat no deeper than 0.6 cm, the body however can show us dysfunction on deeper levels through the nervous pathway from organ to brain to skin. You could say that the skin is like the screen and the metabolic processes are the projector with the brain as the lens.

In this image we can see that this man has several areas of inflammation in the upper digestive tract and colon. At the appointment we heard he has diabetes (pancreas) and has constipation (colon), both of which are inflammatory processes and therefor can be observed/confirmed with thermal imaging.

The appropriate advice in this case is to start a low carb diet, eliminating all starches and sugars and monitor blood sugar levels and bowel transit. This case is to be followed up.

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