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In Short Order -- Jerry Anderson -- VieLight

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Is it possible to be well with something as simple as light? Once you understand how light behaves on our cells, your answer will be YES!

Novel approach of using light to signal the body to correct vascular imbalances concludes the world’s first published double blind-study.  Researchers reported that placing a small red light in the sinus cavity makes:

  • Improvements in blood viscosity, and red blood cell aggregation (associated with many diseases including diabetes)
  • Improvements of blood lipid metabolite including decreased total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol while increasing HDL cholesterol.
  • Study conclusion (intranasal) light therapy may improve blood lipid and hemorheologic behavior in patient with Coronary Heart Disease or Cerebral-Infraction

The sinus cavity is easy access to deliver light to the “command center” of the body, the hypothalamus, pineal and pituitary glands.  This area is saturated with photo receptors which respond to light. 

Imagine a device the size of a few stacked credit cards, which may improve blood pressure, cholesterol, and diabetes: a universal adaptogenic remedy to reverse the effects of degenerative diseases (aging).   

A medical breakthrough in self-healthcare which is a small light inserted into 1 nostril for 25 minutes per day during almost any other activity including driving, watching TV, exercising.

There is a large body of evidence from over 50 years of international studies on “blood irradiation” which has many names from blood photo-luminesce to photo oxidation. 

This emerging new science is called PBM (Photo Bio-Modulation). 

 

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