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  • Writer's pictureJennifer Ide

What is BIE and how it can help you

Updated: Feb 13, 2023

What if I told you your symptoms may be due to your body’s inability to properly recognize something, like a type of food, or your cat’s fur, or even a hormone your body naturally makes?

Sounds a little odd, right?

Let me explain.

Ever since I was a 8, I battled with skin issues. At first, my skin issues were minor - just a small rash would appear on my back every winter season. It wasn't until my adulthood that my skin became a lot worse. I developed rashes that covered my entire face, neck, arms, back and legs. For two years, I sought out the attention from several medical doctors, who diagnosed my skin condition as eczema.

Unfortunately, I was not able to find a safe, effective, long-lasting solution with conventional medicine, so I began to seek out alternative approaches. I did a thorough bowel cleanse with some gut healing, which helped to clear my rashes up by about 70%. But, the last 30% was incredibly stubborn. I was doing everything I could think of to get rid of these rashes - eating an ideal diet, exercising, getting lots of sleep, dry skin brushing, rebounding, meditation, taking supplements, you name it, I was doing it. And, I was doing it for a while. Nothing worked. What was going on?

Turned out I had an intolerance to fats, including essential fatty acids (aka the omega 3 supplements that I was taking because they’re supposed to be really good for skin, right?). This intolerance meant that my body was unable to properly recognize fat. As a result, whenever I ate something with fat in it - nuts, seeds, meat, oils, or my omega 3 supplements - my body had no idea what to do with it, therefore, my body couldn’t metabolize it correctly. Perhaps, rather than getting expelled normally through my bowels, it was getting eliminated through the skin and causing a lot of inflammation and irritation.

So, how did I get my body to recognize fats again? Through BIE.

What is BIE?

BIE stands for BioEnergetics Intolerance Elimination. It is a natural, noninvasive method that helps the body recognize stressors that cause specific symptoms and get balanced back out. In my case, the stressor was fat.

The balancing is achieved through the use of a patented unit, which directs energy to specific points on the body and introduces the electromagnetic signature of the particular stressor. Once the body is able to recognize the stressor, it can then heal itself and be relieved from the associated symptoms.

Photo: BEFORE (left) and AFTER (right) BIE.

Benefits of BIE

BIE serves to bring the body back into balance and can help those with the following:

  • Acid/alkaline imbalance Headaches / migraines

  • Adrenal imbalance

  • Hormone imbalance

  • Blood pressure imbalance

  • Inflammation

  • Blood sugar imbalance

  • Iron imbalance

  • Candida overgrowth

  • Mood imbalances

  • Chronic fatigue

  • Reproductive imbalance

  • Colon imbalance

  • Sleep imbalances

  • Digestive related disorders

  • Skin conditions (acne, eczema, hives, etc.) Environmental stressors

  • Stress

  • Hay fever Thyroid imbalance

What’s next?

If you have tried everything and aren’t seeing results, it may be because your body is unable to recognize a particular substance. The next step would be to identify your stressors and then re-introduce their electromagnetic frequencies back to your body.


Want to learn more?

Jennifer Ide is a BIE Practitioner and Holistic Nutritionist, based in Toronto. She has helped many people with eczema, acne and hives, heal their skin naturally. She is here to support you and answer any questions that you have. There are many ways to connect. You can email directly (hyperlink to email), send a message on instagram @jenniferide, or book a free meet-and-greet. Connect and see how she can help you!

Disclaimer: Note that content on this website is intended for informational purposes only, and is not intended as a substitute for the advice provided by your physician or other healthcare professional, nor is it meant to diagnose or treat a health problem, symptom or disease.


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