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Find Direction with the Zyto Compass


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ndividuals can use the innovative ZYTO Compass scan to discover


specific individual health informa- tion at Herbs to Your Success, in Naz- areth. The scan utilizes proprietary software and galvanic skin response (GSR) technology to provide helpful


information when making wellness decisions. During the scan, GSR measurements are taken before and after the Compass software introduces a virtual item. Each virtual item represents a different physical object such as a nutritional supplement or an essential oil. In the software, the body’s natural responses are tracked, analyzed and ranked. “Are your health products doing what you hoped for?”


asks owner Vanessa Sabatine. “Let the Zyto compass give your body a second opinion. We recently got an upgraded version of the Compass Scanner. With this advanced report, we can get a deeper analysis to give further support and guidance on your health goals. At the end of the scan, you will receive a personalized report displaying a ranking of the virtual items that resulted in greater biological coherence.”


Location: 64 S. Main St., Nazareth. For more information, call 610-365-8996. See ad page 35.


Webinar Discusses Learning Hurdles


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hermographic Diagnostic Im- aging/Health Through Aware- ness will host a free holistic health webinar online from 7 to 8 p.m., January 25, presented by Wendy Beth Rosen, an education consul- tant specializing in vision-related learning problems, metacognition and environmental education. The webinar is based upon her


book The Hidden Link Between Vision and Learning – Why Millions of Learning Disabled Children Are Misdiagnosed. She says, “Far beyond 20/20, our extraordinary sense of


vision involves more than two dozen lesser-known skills that help us navigate our way through life. When one or more of these skills are not functioning optimally, our capabilities are compromised in ways we are often not aware of. When this occurs in a child, their ability to learn and succeed in school is greatly affected.”


At the present time, visual skills are not routinely and


comprehensively examined to determine if a deficit is present and interfering with a child’s capacity for learning.


Apologies to anyone who called in November when this event was originally scheduled. For more information or to register, call 856-596-5834 or visit the tdinj.com webinars and events page. See ad page 47.


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