Zyto is a health and wellness test that claims to use modern technology to help you make better decisions about your diet and nutrition. Here’s our Zyto review.
What is Zyto?
Zyto is a biological test that claims to help you “make better wellness decisions faster”.
The test uses things like galvanic skin response to help inform your wellness decisions by providing readings directly from your body. There are multiple testing devices available, including devices for use at-home or at a medical practice.
Buying the Zyto software yourself costs about $400, with ongoing monthly fees of $40 per month.
Zyto tests have faced some controversy in the past. The reason a Zyto test is “controversial” is because the FDA sent a warning letter to the company claiming that it was making inappropriate statements about its use as a medical device. Specifically, Zyto was allegedly making statements that its device could be used to treat, diagnose, or prevent certain conditions. In that case, it would need to go through FDA approval as a medical device. Zyto has never received any FDA approval.
Instead, Zyto is primarily used to test how your body reacts to different supplements, ingredients, and allergens. It’s not intended (officially) to diagnose any medical condition or disease.
With that in mind, let’s take a look at how the Zyto “biosurvey” works.
What is a Zyto Test?
There are five different Zyto products available, including Zyto Compass, Zyto Balance, Zyto Select, Zyto Elite, and Zyto Evox test. Some Zyto products are intended for medical practices, while others are intended for use at-home.
All of these tests work in pretty much the same way. You place your hand in a sensor, and then the sensor takes different measurements to determine your response to different ingredients and supplements.
Scans take about 3 minutes. At the end of the scan, you’ll get your biosurvey results. A key part of these biosurvey results is your “virtual items” list, which tracks how you would react to different ingredients and supplements.
The tests involve the use of 6 different technologies and platforms to help you make better decisions about your health. The six different technologies include:
— Galvanic Skin Response: Galvanic skin response is an established technology that measures fluctuations in electrical conductivity of the skin. You typically see GSR testing in lie detector tests.
— Zyto Hand Cradle: The hand cradle measures the user’s galvanic skin response then sends that information directly to the Zyto software for analysis. This data is then correlated and compared with virtual items in the software database.
— Virtual Items: Each Virtual Item in the database represents a different physical item. Every time the software introduces a Virtual Item, a corresponding GSR reading is taken by the Hand Cradle. Each new response is measured, tracked, and compared to the GSR baseline reading. In layman’s terms, it’s a bunch of popular supplement ingredients (like ginseng or St. John’s wort).
— Biological Coherence: After measuring GSR, the Zyto software assigns each Virtual Item a different rating (negative or positive) based on the coherence patterns. When a Virtual Item has a positive value, it means that Virtual Item is biologically coherent with the user. In other words, that supplement or ingredient is thought to have a more positive effect on that particular user.
— Prioritized Results: This part of the test is an easy-to-read report that displays a ranking of the Virtual Items based on their perceived biological coherence with your body. For example, if your body is found to particularly compatible with ginseng capsules, then you might see a “dR” of 54.34, followed by a dR for St. John’s Wort of 48.12.
In layman’s terms, Zyto tests measure the response of your skin and compares those responses to a database of known responses to supplements and ingredients. Then, it recommends different supplements and wellness products that might work well for your unique physiological characteristics.
The Zyto Compass Software
A key part of the Zyto tests is the Compass software, which costs $400 upfront and then $40 per month thereafter. When you order the software, you get the hand cradle and other hardware as well.
The software comes with all of the following features:
-Multiple Sensors: You just get one hand cradle, but that cradle contains six galvanic skin response (GSR) sensors to maximize accurate measurement.
-Personalized Reports: You get, fast, automatic reports that promise to be easy-to-read, personalized, and detailed. You get free unlimited scanning for the first month.
-Simple Functionality: Software can be used even if you’re not great with computers.
-Continuous Updates: Receive automatic updates.
-Offline Operation: You can use the software offline, but only for 20 days before you need to re-connect to the internet.
All software purchases also come with a marketing kit that lets you make money by advertising Zyto to other people. You can start or stop your subscription as needed and you don’t need to sign a contract.
Zyto is a Utah-based company located at the following address:
387 S 520 W
Lindon, UT 84042
You can contact the company by email at email@example.com or by phone at 1-866-369-2265.
Ultimately, Zyto is a test you can use – or use at your health or wellness practice – to determine how you – or your patients – would respond to different supplements and ingredients. The test works using a similar process to a lie detector test, where it measures your galvanic skin response (GSR).
Tests are simple to take. You place your hand in a sensor, then the sensor uses a small amount of energy to measure the response of your skin. That’s it.
In addition to supplement testing, Zyto tests can also be used to test your allergic reactions and other biological characteristics. However, the FDA has warned Zyto over its claims of being able to diagnose different disease and conditions – something that it is not certified by the FDA to do.
To learn more about Zyto and its testing process, visit Zyto.com.
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