The first thing to understand is that voice diagnostics is not yet possible. Here’s an article from MIT that pretty much spells that out:
Another article says it will take thousands of voice samples of people with a particular disease to really get a handle on voice diagnostics just for that disease. Now, duplicate that for thousands of diseases!
Think about the implications of that…thousands of diseases times thousands of voice samples!
Once you realize the BetterGuide app cannot truly diagnose disease (or at least to believe it does is to believe that a marketer and a software programmer can achieve something that scientists at MIT cannot) then you have to ask yourself just what their “voice diagnostics” is really doing. Even if we were to allow they might get it right (even if by chance), the app does not show you the actual frequencies it is running! Do you really want to trust that they are giving you a true diagnosis and are putting together the proper frequencies to deal with your issue? On top of those troubles with their system, you also don’t have any control over the BetterGuide app. Two people with the same illness can take the same antibiotic and it will work on one but not the other. The same goes for PEMF and frequencies. Sometimes you have to adjust or try a different frequency (typically a harmonic of the frequency that isn’t working for you). Without the ability to control the frequencies in the BetterGuide app, most people end up abandoning it in favor of some software they can control. Likewise, if you have a real diagnosis and know what illness you have, you don’t need the BetterGuide app, so why pay such an exorbitant price for it? In our honest opinion, the BetterGuide app is not only bogus, it’s actually dangerous since people are lead to believe it is accurate and might not get a true diagnosis of their disease until it’s too late.