How NES Technologies Work
The NES EPS is designed to measure cellular frequencies of the body on a bioenergetic level, identify and resolve acute energy blockages that disturb the information system and send the right information to the body, so necessary processes can work properly again.
Why Information & Energy Are the Key to Health
By looking at biology and medicine, we cannot just look at the biochemical nature of the body. We must also look at the energy and information of the body. Because, at this level of biophysics, the source of health in the body (as well as its deterioration) is clearly evident: properly organized information and energy within the body equates to overall wellbeing and an “optimal blueprint” for health. When either the information or energy within the body becomes distorted, health deteriorates.
Therefore, a primary measurement we use for wellbeing is how efficiently each system and sub-system of the body is using energy. Because we have been able to directly measure optimal energy efficiency in each part of the body, our technology can easily detect areas of concern.
Together, NES ProVision, the NES miHealth and NES Infoceuticals are designed to read, interact with and correct the information and energy in the body so that it can return to optimal health.
How NES ProVision Software Works With The Information Of The Body
The information of the body is a bit like the software of a computer, telling the body’s biochemistry how to organize and structure itself. If you have perfectly operating software, your body knows precisely what to do and can repair itself.
NES ProVision reads the information of the body by sending the information from our map of the body (via the miHealth or with a separate scanning device) and then reading the response that comes back to each individual part of the map. The entire scan is completed in a few seconds.
Once the scan is completed, the software returns a graphical representation of any located distortions or blockages in the body’s information- and energy flow, as well as recommendations for therapy.