Presentation by Irene Gabashvili, PhD
Founder of Aurametrix
MEBO Research Scientific Director
Member of the MEBO Institutional Review Board
We thank Irene for this PowerPoint presentation, which explains how Aurametrics is a viable tool that can serve sufferers of body malodor and halitosis conditions understand their personal interrelationship with their diet, medications, daily activities, hormones, and environment. It is a very simple tool that allows each participant to connect the dots of anything you consume to how you feel, and to identify one's own personal triggers in order to have greater control over them and to be better able to manage symptoms until a cure is discovered.
Irene has offered her custom program, Aurametrix software solution. (Click and scroll down to see all posts), to Breath Testers of the MEBO-Menssana Alveolar Breath Exploratory Study, who will be able to enter their “Aura” for 5 days, and Irene will then review results of computational analysis and breath testing, and give an assessment/interpretation of your health profile and odor symptoms.
I would like to thank Irene for her generous offer to do this. I believe this will help sufferers tremendously. Aurametrix is a dynamic program that associates symptoms with triggers associated with body odor, or any other ailment, by keeping a log of your food intake, environment, and your “Aura” - that is how you are feeling relative to the day.
What if an invisible digital nurse or a doctor-in-the-pocket could take detailed notes about your physiology, psychology, symptoms and activities, and record the precise ingredients in your foods? And what if this digital nurse also could simultaneously collect information about your environment, including the weather, air quality, allergens and even disease outbreaks near your location?
I high recommend this program. I do want to reiterate that Aurametrix is unrelated to the breath test or any other test offered by MEBO.
María de la Torre
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