My naturopath doctor recently received the "Bax Aura II", which is a special laser used for treating all sorts of things, from quitting smoking to allergies. He told me he has had good results so far from patients who have leaky guts.
Has anyone tried something like this? I am very skeptical, but lots of the reviews I found online seem very positive. My doctor said studies going out at least 2 years after treatment have shown that there have been no relapse in symptoms. Nonetheless, I am skeptical.
Including recommended nutritional supplementation, the total price is about $1100 (12 laser sessions and 3 months of nutritional supplements). This is a very large price tag. Scam? Or amazing technology that makes peoples' lives easier, as the youtubers claim?
asked byTeddy_1 (385)
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on July 18, 2011
at 04:11 AM
I like light therapy for certain things......a leaky gut is not one I have heard of. I always have an open mind but I would have to read the mechanism and the testing done. I know the FDA has ruled on LLLT already but it had little to do with this use. I think 1100 clams is steep for this. The best way to heal a leaky gut is diet change, some supplements, and mindfulness. Those are a lot cheaper too.