Biological Terrain Analysis

Mapping of your Inner Health “Internal Milieu”

What is Bio Terrain Analysis?


Biological Terrain Analysis (BTA) analyses the fluid that is continuously circulated throughout the body; its components are used to produce energy in the form of ATP, to supply essential nutrients for the body to function optimally, and to create the biological fluids: blood, saliva, lymph, and urine. Imbalances in chemistry of the terrain therefore effect the compositions of the body’s biological fluids.

Assessing the biological fluids therefore, provides an efficient way to monitor certain aspects of the underlying dysregulation or dysfunctioning of thebiochemical state of the body. As a result the biological fluids provide valuable information as to what is happening at the deepest cellular level. The pH or acid-alkaline balance, the redox potential and relative amount of free radicals (redox- electron activity), the resistance or mineral content defines biological terrain in humans.


What do We Measure in Bio Terrain Analysis?


The three body fluids we measure are the blood, saliva and urine, for a total of 9 measurements. The BTA provides a wealth of information about the state of the body’s cells, organs, and biochemical balance, and how it relates to nutritional and complementary biological approaches to healing. The precursors to health imbalances may be observed in the state of ever-present floras found in the blood, urine and saliva, health imbalances may be averted by reading these early warning signs and making the necessary changes to reflect a balanced physiology. These markers are also applicable in the course of tracking the progression and reversal of degenerative conditions that may already be in motion.

    • Level of acidity of the cells and fluids of the body
    • Blood alkalinity as a compensation for tissue acidity
    • Tendency for blood to thicken and become sticky
    • Ability of kidneys to excrete acids and other waste products
    • Ability of cells to produce energy
    • Free radical activity in the body
    • Mineral deficiencies or excess in the body
    • Digestive enzyme deficiency or efficiency
    • Sufficient anti-oxidants in the body
    • Candida or dysbiosis
    • Liver toxicity
    • Lymphatic congestion
    • Heavy metal toxicity
    • Dehydration
    • Immune system breakdown
    • Tendency towards degenerative diseases

FOR MORE DETAILED INFORMATION ON BIOLOGICAL TERRAIN:

Dr. Han van de Braak has an unbiased document on biological terrain.

Dr. Gary M Verigin on biological terrain and dental health.

 

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