A Magnagraph reading is a data collection system, collecting data via the capillary pulse wave, which reflects health within the body. It is a safe and non-invasive technique to assist in the successful treatment of your health issues.

It may be possible for the Magnagraph to reveal how your body is performing and may assess the following:

  • Lymphatic congestion – Lymphatic congestion within the bowel, liver and digestive areas and sinus/respiratory congestion is one of the conditions that may be presented during testing.
  • ATP Ramp – Represents the level of cellular energy production. A loss of ATP Ramp is characteristic of adrenal stress and exhaustion. This sign may be associated with a lack of energy, fatigue, low immune response and tiredness in the morning.
  • Spleen – The Magnagraph may represent malfunctions within the spleen including toxicity, hyperactivity and stress. This may also reflect stress within the immune system.
  • Liver Toxicity – congestion within the liver may be indicated. Liver congestion is always associated with congestion within the lymphatic system.
  • Allergies (Acute) – acute allergies may be characterised by an increase in the pulse rate as well as widespread irregularities within the pulse wave with lymphatic congestion.
  • Allergies (Chronic) – chronic allergies may be symbolised by irritation or ‘noise’ in the digestive area, an activated spleen, lymphatic congestion and a flat ATP ramp. Signs of toxicity may also be noted.
  • Chemical imbalances – A Magnagraph reading may reflect chemical imbalances, which may be linked to hormonal disturbances. Chemical imbalances may also be associated with nutritional deficiencies, toxicities and allergies.
  • Dysbiosis – There are signals from the Magnagraph that may relate to disturbances within the digestive tract. This may reflect a state of dysbiosis (presence of candida or parasites, lower population of bowel florae and other digestive disturbances.)
  • Malabsorption – A specific pulse wave reading may represent malabsorption of nutrients.
  • Neurological – an irregular character of the waveform and loss of definition in a Magnagraph reading may reflect an imbalance of neurological nature.
  • pH – imbalances in pH may be seen. This may be associated with pH imbalance within the bowel or kidneys.
  • Poor oxygenation – the level of saturation of oxygen in the tissues as a percentage. For optimum health a reading of 98% or 99% of SpO2 is required. Conditions such as anaemia and respiratory illness such as asthma and bronchitis can produce lower than average readings.
  • Low heart rate – a low heart rate or pulse may indicate a high level of fitness. It may also be indicative of lowered metabolic activity in the heart.


“The information and advice provided by the Practitioners at Go Vita Tanunda is not intended as a substitute for medical advice. Any person suffering from conditions requiring medical attention, or who have symptoms that concern them, should consult their GP.
Our services are ideal for the individual who is proactive and prevention minded.
The Outcome Is to Bring the Body into Optimal Balance”

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