China Research Study
Compares ZYTO Testing


Measured 200 Beijing residents, 140 males and 60 females, ages 22-70 years old. Each subject underwent a 2 day physical exam and then a 4 minute ZYTO scan. Results were compared.


And the findings were impressive


Click here for the PDF of this study.


First of all, imagine going through 48 hours of straight physical exams!
Kudos to the participants in this research study; this was not an easy 48 hours.


(Secondly, that is pretty extensive physical testing considering that the only ZYTO test performed was done in 4 minutes time.)


So the results are what you’re looking for, right. The China study findings resulted in an 87% accuracy rate for the ZYTO scan when compared to 48 hours of physical examinations! That’s huge considering the number of different physical tests that were done compared to ZYTO’s 4 minute scan.


You might say to yourself, “Why not 100% accuracy?”
Great question! Naturally this is where the mind goes. So let’s take a quick look at some research studies done on other medical tests and their accuracy rates.


Other research study findings


87.4% accuracy found regarding confirmation of H. Pylori in stool tests (2014 study)1
72% accuracy found in the prediction of neuro-imaging in children with brain tumors (2019 study)2
83.8% accuracy found in the prediction of Cytomegalovirus in blood tests (2018 analysis of 9 other studies)3
80% accuracy found in overall detection of meningitis by blood tests and cerebral spinal fluid tests (2016 study)4
89% accuracy found in the detection of narrowing of coronary arteries (heart) using medical imaging (2018 analysis of 13 other studies)5


If you want to read up on more studies that demonstrate the accuracy of medical testing, click here.


ZYTO Scan is Accurate


As you can see, the accuracy rate of a ZYTO scan is not all that different from other medical tests!


So book your Nutritional Scan today and see how this short painless scan compares to the alternatives.


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Cited Studies
1. Harahdashti, A. (2014). Diagnostic Accuracy of Helicobacter pylori. Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice, 22(3), 154–156-154&ndash-ndash;156-154–156.
2. Norris, G., Garcia, J., Hankinson, T., Handler, M., Foreman, N., Mirsky, D., Stence, N., Dorris, K., & Green, A. (2019). Diagnostic accuracy of neuroimaging in pediatric optic chiasm/sellar/suprasellar tumors. Pediatric Blood & Cancer, 66(6), n/a-n/a.
3. DO, P.., MSc, P.M.., MSc, E.M.., PhD, R.., MD, T.., & PhD, J.M.. (2017). Diagnostic Accuracy of Blood-Based Tests and Histopathology for Cytomegalovirus Reactivation in Inflammatory Bowel Disease: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, 23(4), 551-560.
4. Wei, T., Hu, Z., Qin, B., Ma, N., Tang, Q., Wang, L., Zhou, L., Zhong, R., & Panagiotidis., M. (2016). Diagnostic Accuracy of Procalcitonin in Bacterial Meningitis Versus Nonbacterial Meningitis. Medicine, 95(11), e3079
5. Carlos, Collet, OnumaYoshinobu, SonckJeroen, AsanoTaku, VandelooBert, KornowskiRan, TuShengxian, WestraJelmer, Niels HolmR, XuBo, Robbert Jde Winter, Jan TijssenG, MiyazakiYosuke, KatagiriYuki, TenekeciogluErhan, ModoloRodrigo, ChichareonPly, CosynsBernard, SchoorsDaniel, RoosensBram, LochyStijn, ArgachaJean-Francois, Alexandrevan Rosendael, BaxJeroen, Johan H ReiberC, EscanedJavier, BernardDe Bruyne, WijnsWilliam, and Patrick SerruysW. “Diagnostic performance of angiography-derived fractional flow reserve: a systematic review and Bayesian meta-analysis.” European Heart Journal 39.35 (2018).