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Celebrities used Bioresonance Therapy

The celebrity culture has expanded rapidly in the last few decades, particularly after the growth of social media. People look up to celebrities and their lifestyles. They want to take part in activities their favorite celebrities do, use the same products, publish similar things on their profiles, and what not. Famous personalities influence, directly or indirectly, different aspects of life although we are not always aware of that. Whether we like it or not, celebrities create trends even in medical treatments. In fact, they also have a lot to do with the popularity of bioresonance therapy. In this post, we’re going to talk about celebrities that are linked to bioresonance treatment.

Gwyneth Paltrow’s GOOP

Gwyneth Paltrow is a popular Hollywood actress who is also well-known for her healthy lifestyle. In September 2008, Paltrow started her lifestyle website called Goop. Over the years, Goop transformed from a “regular” website into a lifestyle brand that people love to follow. Goop is famous for its tips and tricks that can be of huge benefit to people who want to have a healthy life. One of the website’s posts introduces bioresonance and speaks about its efficacy. This particular post is called Why There is No One-Size-Fits-All Approach to Treating Lyme Disease where an integrated medicine practitioner spoke about this infectious disease and its treatment. 

The article writes about Bioresonance Analysis of Health (BAH), an evaluation method that utilizes resonance techniques to evaluate the body’s frequencies with the help of blood work. BAH helps practitioners identify the types of pathological factors that aggravate and contribute to your condition. In addition, this technique evaluates toxicity, pathogens, pH, stresses, and the function of the autonomic nervous system, as well as many other factors. According to the post, this therapy is better than the conventional approach due to its versatility and the fact it is unique to every patient rather than treating every case like it’s the same.

Noel Edmonds

Noel Edmonds is a TV presenter and executive from England. He rose to stardom as a DJ on BBC Radio 1 in the UK, and for more than 40 years he presented various entertainment TV programs including British version of Deal or No Deal. In other words, Edmonds is a household name in the UK, and it turns out he also tried (and loved) bioresonance therapy. Noel Edmonds was one of the millions of men across the globe diagnosed with prostate cancer. Early diagnosis and timely treatment are the best ways to beat this disease successfully. Edmonds publically admitted that bioresonance is “responsible” for prostate cancer survival. On his Twitter account, TV presenter wrote: “A simple box that slows aging, reduces pain, lifts depression and stress tackles cancer. Yep tackles cancer!”

The particular “simple box” he mentioned was, in fact, made by Swiss Bionics Solutions with a goal to send electronic signals to copper coils in a mat that produce magnetic fields in return. Edmonds also endorsed EMP pad on Twitter which utilizes a tablet to regulate magnetic fields. Famous TV personality also appeared on ITV’s talk show where he described his battle with prostate cancer, negative energy, and explained that bioresonance truly helped him.

Annalise Braakensiek

Annalise Braakensiek is an Australian actress, model, and TV presenter. She also designed jewelry, sleepwear, and lingerie lines alongside her activist work regarding animal rights. Annalise has become a popular Instagram personality at the same time with more than 36.9k followers. If you follow this Australian star (or you’ve just checked out her profile), you already know she’s a fun-loving person who looks absolutely stunning. It’s obvious she pays a lot of attention to her appearance and follows a healthy lifestyle. 

 What every follower can learn from Annalise is that it’s important to take care of your body in order to remain healthy and happy. She’s not afraid of challenges, trying new things, traveling to new places, and trying out different holistic therapies that make her look way younger than 45. She credits her good health and energy to bioresonance. This social media personality suffered from chronic fatigue and a slipped disk that prevented her from enjoying her workouts or doing some everyday things. She cured her chronic fatigue with BICOM, bioresonance method that analyzes the electromagnetic waves or frequency patterns emitted from the body and examines whether they are good or harmful for a patient.

Conclusion

Bioresonance therapy helped millions of people across the globe manage their health conditions successfully in order to improve their quality of life. Celebrities weren’t immune to the beneficial effects of bioresonance treatment. Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop wrote about its benefits for treatment of Lyme disease while many other celebrities tried it out including a household name from the UK and Australian model and social media star. It’s perfectly clear we can expect many other celebrities to try wonderful bioresonance therapy too.

References 

https://goop.com/wellness/health/no-one-size-fits-approach-treating-lyme-disease/

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2016/jun/07/noel-edmonds-in-twitter-row-after-claims-that-electronic-box-tackles-cancer

https://www.instagram.com/annalisewithlove/?hl=en

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4399752/Model-Annalise-Braakensiek-44-shares-fitness-tip.html