R. Cannenpasse-Riffard & JM. Danze
Col. Resurgence - 352 pages
Bioelectronics was designed in 1948 by the engineer Louis-Claude Vincent. Thanks to 3 parameters each measured on blood, saliva and urine, it quantifies the state of health and defined by physical and chemical data that can be objectified, the notion of "terrain". These are pH, rH2 and r. Since then, bioelectronics has gained notoriety. Manufacturers use it as a benchmark for the quality of their products (beers, fruit juices, cosmetics, etc.). It has successfully established itself in certain healthcare institutions. NASA used it in monitoring the health of astronauts ...
Today, advanced medicine, because of the importance it attaches to free radicals, to "oxidative stress", expressed by rH2 in so-called civilization pathologies (cancer, cardiovascular diseases, allergies, etc.) only confirms Vincent's genius. Practical and educational, this book is accessible to both the practitioner within the framework of the medical office, and the patient in his everyday life.
An aspect still too ignored of general public medicine which and could greatly help in the diagnosis… Why is this method not taught to our future doctors?