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MSA, Best, EVA, & EDA Testing
 
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MSA, Best, EVA, & EDA Testing


Dear Super Sport,

Thanks for the feedback on Quackwatch. I included the reference, particularly because there is an article relating that someone tried to claim MSA did not work, and failed to prove that all skin was uniform resitance. Quackwatch has no reports negative to MSA, as a process itself.

MSA = Meridian Stress Assessment or Analysis

Best = Biofeedback Skin Testing

EVA= Electrodermal Analysis

Note: Above descritons may not be totally accurate, so don't bet the house.


Here is a link to some skin resistance testing equipment:

http://www.i2inetwork.net/

I have heard that some machines are more accurate than others. I am trying to figure out which ones are more reliable, and take that into consideration, in selecting a testing site.

I have been getting more alkaline, with my saliva now 6.75. I am delaying exercise, as I have been bringing up my Urine PH which was 5.5 in March. I did not raize that the Slaiva PH was a more accurate reading of the body pH, until recently, so I am not sure how far I have come on my own. I have just been eating sprouts and seaweed pills, Chlorella and Spuralina. I have reduced hard cheese, meats and fish. I have been emphasizing Soy products, Cucumbers, Carrots, bell peppers.

Ideas?
 

 
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