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Posted by beegs on March 30, 2001 at 23:35:23:

the doc that said the heidleberg was not accurate, was dr rachli, hes an alternative guy for 15 yrs, hes very big on vit iv's, i asked him,and he said it was very questionable. the only guy near me that does it, is the guy who said he was a aturopath, butwasnt, and hit me on the shouder when he muscle tested me. i will try to get it done. it may shed some light. thanks



Re: dr stoll (Heidelberg Test--archive in LGS.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on April 01, 2001 at 08:59:24:

In Reply to: dr stoll posted by beegs on March 30, 2001 at 23:35:23:

Beegs,

The Heidelberg was the first test to directly test for acid in the stomach. It is a little radio transmitter, in a capsule, that you swallow. The transmitter sends out the information as it passes different parts of the gut.

Most conventional docs choose to deny its valididy because it contradicts the dogma that there is no such thing as not enough acid in the stomach---something that has ben proven for at least 40 years. Even conventional medicine KNOWS that cancer of the stomach is normally found in a condition known as achlorhydria (zero acid in the stomach) but they still think there are only 3 states: NO acid, normal acid and too much acid--with no gradations in between.

NO lab test is infallible but the only other way a conventional doc could do this is with a direct specimen taken during gastroscopy.

Hope this helps.

Walt

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