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Twice the Energy with Half the Stress

Step into the Future with Frequency Research Foundation’s New Website & Exclusive Offer!

At Frequency Research Foundation, we are more than just a name in innovative research; we are a community dedicated to advancing knowledge. Today, we’re excited to announce a significant milestone – the launch of our brand-new website next week! To celebrate, we’ve crafted a special offer that is as groundbreaking as our research.

  • A Fresh Online Experience: Our new website is more than a facelift; it’s a complete reinvention. With intuitive navigation, enriched content, and a sleek design, it’s designed to enrich your journey in scientific exploration.
  • Celebratory Offer: In honor of our new website launch, we’re delighted to unveil an exclusive offer that’s as innovative as our research. For a limited time, both new and inactive clients can sign up for one month of our Photoanalysis Remote Rife Clinic and receive an additional month of Dr. Jeff Sutherland and his team’s acclaimed PhotoAnalysis Remote Clinic Service absolutely free. This is a unique opportunity to engage with our state-of-the-art services without any risk. Plus, we believe so strongly in the value of our offerings that we provide a 90-day money-back guarantee. If you don’t find our services helpful, simply ask for your money back within this period. It’s our commitment to your satisfaction and trust in our quality.
  • Refer and Earn: The rewards don’t stop there. If you’re a current client and enjoying our services and refer someone to our free trial, we’ll express our gratitude with a 50% discount on your next month’s service after they complete their trial. It’s our way of saying thank you for helping our community grow.
  • Behind the Scenes with Dr. Jeff Sutherland: Get an insider look at how Dr. Sutherland and his team are revolutionizing the field of remote clinical analysis.
  • Testimonials: Hear from our clients who have experienced transformative results with our services.

Our new website is more than just a digital space; it’s a gateway to new possibilities. We invite you to explore, engage, and be part of our ever-growing community.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity. Sign up now to take advantage of our limited-time offer and join the forefront of scientific innovation.

Important Update: is Back Online and Stronger Than Ever

Dear Valued Users and Supporters,

We understand that many of you experienced difficulties accessing over the weekend. We want to offer a transparent account of what happened and assure you that steps are being taken to prevent similar issues in the future.

What Happened?

1. SSL Certificate Issue: Initially, our SSL security certificate expired six months ahead of its due date, despite our ISP confirming its validity.
2. Blank Page: After resolving the SSL issue, the website displayed a blank page.
3. DNS Settings: Upon further investigation, we found that our DNS settings via Cloudflare were scrambled.

Why Did This Happen?

We host multiple companies with the same ISP, and none have experienced such issues recently. However, has faced four similar incidents in the past year. We can’t help but suspect that there are entities who are not in favor of our mission to revolutionize healthcare by offering scans 10 times as frequent as traditional methods at one-tenth the cost.

What Are We Doing About It?

1. Security Upgrades: We are collaborating with security experts at to harden our site to military-grade levels.
2. Clinical Trials: We are working with innovative clinicians to conduct trials that could drastically reduce healthcare costs.
3. Website Upgrade: We are excited to announce a major upgrade to our website, set to go live in November. The new site will be more user-friendly and will incorporate all the past history of the current site.

We appreciate your patience and support as we work through these challenges. Our mission to help people achieve twice the energy with half the stress, as measured by analytics (used to train Olympic teams), remains stronger than ever. Above is an image of a Garmin watch that show the results that can be achieved where energy stays high at almost 80% throughout the day and stress remains below 20% giving you four times the personal power to enjoy life and get things done.

Best regards,
Jeff Sutherland, Ph.D

TEHS Glucose Drop – How to Lose Weight Without Fail

The TEHS Scrum Framework for Healthcare is revolutionizing the way we approach well-being. By offering twice the energy with half the current stress, as measured by analytics on your watch, TEHS provides specific strategies to achieve these goals quickly. One such strategy, embraced by longevity experts, is wearing a glucose monitor. (See

The Key to Weight Loss: Glucose Monitoring

Glucose monitoring has emerged as a vital tool in weight loss, and the latest Dexcom Model G7 is at the forefront of this technology. These systems, readily available and often covered by insurance, provide real-time biofeedback on your body’s glucose levels.

The beauty of glucose monitoring is its individualized approach. What causes a massive spike in one person might have no effect on another. This personalized insight allows for targeted interventions, revealing tips and tricks that are unique to your body.

My Personal Journey: From 165 Pounds to Today

When I graduated from West Point in 1964, I weighed 165 pounds. Twenty years ago, Dr. Grossan told me that 165 was my ideal weight. Despite trying various strategies over two decades, I never reached that weight again until recently.

Diets and exercise are essential, but they don’t address the root problem: high glucose levels, a widespread epidemic that’s only getting worse. I’ve previously blogged about Metabolic Syndrome, but now I want to share my results and how you can achieve them too.

The Strategy: Stabilizing Glucose Levels

I began by deciding not to eat until my glucose was below 120. Interestingly, you don’t feel hungry with glucose over 120, even if you want to eat out of habit. I then took it to 110, still not feeling hungry.

The real breakthrough came when I figured out how to drop glucose quickly. If I’m not going to eat until it hits 110, how can I make it drop to 110 in a few minutes?

The Science: Targeting Parasites

In our Photoanalysis Remote Rife Clinic, we use advanced scanning technology combined with applied kinesiology to understand your body’s state within minutes. We identify which organ systems need attention, all the way down to the cellular level, and even into the chromosomes and DNA.

We then match frequency sets from our comprehensive database to remove toxins, allergens, and pathogens. We can even transmit frequency signatures for drugs, essential oils, and simulated drugs, sometimes removing chronic pain in under an hour.

The Breakthrough: Rapid Glucose Drops

Over the past year, we’ve found that rapid glucose drops occur when targeting certain parasites, particularly those circulating in COVID-based flu in the summer of 2023. By transmitting remotely the frequency set for the right parasite, the glucose level drops dramatically.

Here are images from the Dexcom G7 sensor showing the glucose level dropping from over 140 to about 90 within 15 minutes. Your doctor might tell you this is impossible, but the results speak for themselves.

The Results: A New Body

Using the TEHS Scrum Framework for Healthcare, I dropped my weight to 165 and kept it there with this strategy. My A1C dropped from 5 to 1, surprising even my doctor. He said I now have a body different from 95% of the U.S. population.

Conclusion: A Data-Driven Approach

The TEHS Glucose Drop strategy offers a data-driven approach to weight loss that’s consistent and measurable. While it can be quickly achieved with frequency work used in the Photoanalysis Remote Rife Clinic, addressing the root cause of the problem is key to getting lasting results.

With the TEHS Scrum Framework for Healthcare, losing weight without fail is no longer a distant dream but a reachable reality. It’s not just about shedding pounds; it’s about transforming your life. Join the revolution today.

Unveiling the Science: The Evolving Landscape of Electromagnetic Therapy

As we embark on a journey into the realm of real scientific discovery, it’s essential to explore the remarkable advancements in electromagnetic therapy, as evidenced by the surge of recent research publications. A trusted source of such knowledge, the official government repository for medical research papers derived from reputable medical journals, provides us with enlightening statistics.

The dawn of the 21st century marked an era of exponential growth in the realm of electromagnetic therapy. This field’s interest has culminated in approximately 20,000 novel papers on electromagnetics in medicine published annually, a testament to the blossoming of this sector within the broader medical field.

Despite these advancements, the sphere of electromagnetic therapy continues to be shrouded by unfounded fears, doubts, and uncertainties (FUD). Such concerns often stem from competitors or individuals without a credible background in healthcare research. Interestingly, these critics usually share a common denominator: they typically resist the emergence of viable alternatives to traditional pharmaceutical solutions.

Detractors who propagate FUD seldom refer to the vast body of literature supporting electromagnetic therapy. They often overlook or disregard the 20,000+ articles on the topic of electromagnetic medicine that were published just last year. These papers, vetted and

published in esteemed medical journals, are readily accessible via the PubMed database (

It’s critical for readers to maintain a discerning mind, filtering out the noise and focusing on the facts. The vast body of research on electromagnetic medicine speaks volumes about its potential and evolving role in the healthcare sector. It warrants an informed, balanced, and open-minded exploration free from prejudice and preconceived notions.

At Frequency Research Foundation we use 24/7 monitoring of dozens of physical parameters to achieve twice the energy with half the stress. Electromagnetic therapy has been found to be a critical component to increasing energy while lowering stress. Real time personalized data is a significant advance in medical treatment for health and longevity used by leading researchers in the field.

The chart below shows typical energy and stress readings throughout the day without implementing the TEHS Framework with electromagnetic therapy. On the right is with the TEHS Framework where energy is increasing throughout the day while stress level is in the “rest” state even in an intense working environment.

While we respect the significant role of traditional pharmaceuticals in healthcare, we must also welcome and thoroughly investigate innovative, non-invasive therapeutic strategies like electromagnetic therapy. Its potential to reshape our understanding and approach towards various medical conditions is tremendous, and the ongoing research activity attests to that. Furthermore, any therapy that is not continuously monitoring multiple heath factors multiple times a second on an individual basis is antiquated in the 21st century.

As we move forward, let’s aim to encourage constructive dialogue and collaboration with all who are interested in improving health and longevity. Let’s remember the ultimate goal of all medical advancements: to enhance the health and quality of life for all. So, let us keep the scientific spirit alive, be open to new possibilities, and embrace the evolution of medicine. After all, in the realm of science, there’s always room for discovery, improvement, and breakthroughs.

TEHS Framework: Boosting Energy with Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil and Frequency Therapy

The TEHS Framework, standing for “Twice the Energy, Half the Stress,” is a revolutionary approach to wellness. This framework is designed to cater to everyone, from Olympic athletes seeking peak performance to individuals grappling with age and weight-related issues. The ultimate goal is to enhance energy levels and reduce stress, thereby improving overall well-being.

One of the key aspects of the TEHS Framework is the use of essential oils, such as Cinnamon Bark oil, known for its energy-boosting properties. The active ingredients in Cinnamon Bark essential oil include Cinnamaldehyde, Eugenol, Linalool, and Anethole, among others. These compounds are known for their antibacterial, antifungal, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties.

To determine these active ingredients, we can use AI models like ChatGPT to analyze the chemical composition of the essential oil. Once we have the active ingredients, we can determine their chemical formulas. For example, the chemical formula for Anethole is C10H12O.

Next, we calculate the molecular weight of each active ingredient. The molecular weight is the sum of the atomic weights of all the atoms in a molecule. For instance, the molecular weight of Anethole (C10H12O) is calculated as 148.203 g/mol.

But what if there was a way to harness the benefits of Cinnamon Bark essential oil without the oil itself? This is where Frequency Therapy comes into play, a unique aspect of the TEHS Framework.

Frequency Therapy is based on the concept that everything in the universe vibrates at a specific frequency, including the human body and the compounds found in essential oils. By using specific frequencies that match the active compounds in Cinnamon Bark essential oil, we can potentially achieve similar or even superior results without the need for the oil itself.

The Frequency Research Foundation uses a variant of the De Broglie equation to calculate these frequencies. The De Broglie equation, originally used to describe the wave-like behavior of particles in quantum mechanics, can be adapted to calculate the frequency associated with a given molecular weight.

Here is an example of a script that can be used to run the frequencies associated with the active ingredients in Cinnamon Bark essential oil:

# Essential oil combinations are very effective
# #copyright 2005-2023 Frequency Research Foundation, USA. Offered for license under the Attribution Share-Alike license of Creative Commons, accessible at and
#also described in summary form at By utilizing these frequencies you acknowledge and agree that you have read and agree to be bound by the terms of the Attribution ShareAlike license of Creative Commons.
dwell 90
program c
vbackfreq a 0.049787068 0 71.5
vbackfreq b 0.006478752 0 71.

# cinnamon
852097.705 ##Cinnamaldehyde C9H8O 132.162
994500.832 #Linalool C10H18O 154.249 g/mol
1058684.429 #Eugenol C10H12O2 164.204
1317552.901 #β-Caryophyllene (C15H24): 204.355 g/mol
955520.015 #Anethole (C10H12O) 148.203

The effectiveness of this approach is not just theoretical. For instance, a runner with an injury to the right calf tested positive for Cinnamon Bark essential oil. After running the frequencies associated with the active ingredients in the oil, the pain went away almost immediately. This real-world example illustrates the potential of Frequency Therapy as a part of the TEHS Framework.

In conclusion, the TEHS Framework offers a comprehensive and adaptable approach to health and wellness. By combining traditional methods like the use of essential oils with innovative techniques like Frequency Therapy, it provides a personalized path to achieving twice the energy with half the stress.

Coffee as Medicine: Avoiding Mold and Maximizing Health Benefits

Coffee, often referred to as the ‘elixir of life’, is more than just a comforting morning ritual or an afternoon pick-me-up. With numerous studies highlighting its beneficial impact on health, coffee can indeed be regarded as a form of ‘medicine’. But, as with any medicine, it’s crucial to ensure its quality for maximum efficacy. One of the key aspects of maintaining coffee’s integrity is avoiding mold contamination.

Mold in coffee can be more common than we might think. It’s not necessarily visible, but its presence can negatively impact the coffee’s taste and, more importantly, its health benefits. More concerning, mold exposure can lead to various health issues ranging from allergic reactions to more serious neurological problems.

To enjoy the health benefits of coffee and avoid potential risks, I’ve developed some strategies based on my experiences and personal research:

1. Choose Reliable Sources: Quality coffee begins with choosing the right brand. I get all my coffee from three main sources: 

  • Blue Bottle: Known for their high-quality brews, this San Francisco-based company is a reliable source for great coffee. 
  • Black Rifle: A veteran organization delivering excellent coffee while supporting a good cause.
  • Hawaiian Kona from Amazon Green Coffee Traders: This is my personal favorite, though a bit more expensive. The premium price, however, pays for the distinctive rich flavor of Kona coffee.

2. Avoid Mold-Prone Brands: Certain brands can be more prone to mold contamination. In my case, I’ve found mold in some Nespresso capsules during recycling. So, to reduce exposure to mold, I try to avoid such brands in the future. Also, I use frequency treatments on my home to further combat mold.

3. Muscle Testing for Need: I treat coffee as a personalized medicine. By using muscle testing, I can determine whether my body needs coffee at any given time. If it’s not going to benefit me, I simply don’t drink it.

4. Variety is Key: Since the body’s needs constantly vary, it’s beneficial to have a range of coffee choices at hand. This not only satisfies my liking for coffee but also allows me to meet the fluctuating needs of my body.

In summary, treating coffee as medicine involves both a conscious choice of high-quality sources and an attuned awareness of your body’s needs. With the right approach, your favorite brew can serve as more than just a beverage, becoming a valuable ally in your journey towards health and wellbeing.


The health benefits of coffee have been widely researched over the years. Here are some key studies that have found positive effects associated with coffee consumption:

1. Coffee consumption and health: umbrella review of meta-analyses of multiple health outcomes – Poole R, Kennedy OJ, Roderick P, Fallowfield JA, Hayes PC, Parkes J. – British Medical Journal, 2017 (Source: [Link](

   This umbrella review of 201 meta-analyses of observational research and 17 meta-analyses of interventional research concluded that coffee consumption was more often associated with benefits than harm for a range of health outcomes across exposures including cancer, cardiovascular disease, and mortality.

2. Coffee Consumption and Mortality From All Causes, Cardiovascular Disease, and Cancer: A Dose-Response Meta-Analysis – Grosso G, Godos J, Galvano F, Giovannucci EL. – American Journal of Epidemiology, 2014 (Source: [Link](

   This study analyzed the associations of coffee consumption with mortality from all causes, cardiovascular disease (CVD), and cancer. It concluded that coffee consumption was inversely related to all-cause mortality and mortality due to CVD and various cancers.

3. Coffee Intake and Incidence of Hypertension: Results from Three Large Prospective Cohort Studies – Liu QP, Wu YF, Cheng HY, Xia T, Ding H, Wang H, Wang ZM, Xu Y. – American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2020 (Source: [Link](

   This paper found that higher coffee consumption was associated with a lower risk of hypertension.

4. Coffee and Tea Consumption Are Inversely Associated with Mortality in a Multiethnic Urban Population – Gardener H, Rundek T, Wright CB, Elkind MS, Sacco RL. – Journal of Nutrition, 2013 (Source: [Link](

   This study showed that daily coffee consumption was associated with a decreased risk of death from all causes.

5. The Impact of Green Tea and Coffee Consumption on the Reduced Risk of Stroke Incidence in Japanese Population – Kokubo Y, Iso H, Saito I, Yamagishi K, Yatsuya H, Ishihara J, Inoue M, Tsugane S. – Stroke, 2013 (Source: [Link](

   This research found that daily consumption of green tea and coffee can significantly reduce the risk of stroke. 

Please note that while coffee has been found to have many positive health effects, overconsumption can still lead to issues such as sleep disturbances, increased heart rate, and gastrointestinal problems. Individuals should also be aware of the amount of sugar and cream they add to their coffee, as these additions can lead to health problems if consumed excessively. It’s also important to mention that while these studies find associations, they do not prove causality, and individual health outcomes can vary. 

Overcoming Metabolic Syndrome: Harnessing the Power of the TEHS Framework and Real-Time Glucose Monitoring

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Metabolic Syndrome

In today’s fast-paced world, maintaining optimal health is often a challenge. Stressful schedules, sedentary lifestyles, and poor nutritional habits have given rise to a constellation of conditions, collectively referred to as Metabolic Syndrome. Characterized by high blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist, abnormal cholesterol or triglyceride levels, and increased blood pressure, Metabolic Syndrome is a significant risk factor for cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and early disability and death.

Traditional interventions – dieting and exercise – while undeniably effective for some, often prove insufficient. It’s a vicious cycle – we diet, we lose some weight, we regain it, and we diet again. The efficacy of these strategies can be limited and fleeting. In such a scenario, where should one turn?

TEHS Framework

Enter the TEHS Framework – a strategy designed to help you achieve Twice the Energy with Half the Stress, utilizing principles of Scrum and rapid iteration, coupled with 24/7 body monitoring. This approach allows for personalized and real-time health optimization.

Metabolic syndrome, and more specifically, glucose management, illustrates the potential of the TEHS Framework. Traditional glucose management strategies focus on maintaining average glucose levels. However, these averages often hide ‘glucose spikes’ – rapid rises in blood glucose levels that occur in response to food consumption and vary dramatically between individuals and even day-to-day for the same individual. Understanding and managing these spikes is crucial for combating Metabolic Syndrome.

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Consider this example. As part of my health routine, I practice intermittent fasting – my first meal is after noon, and my last meal is before 6 PM, resulting in an 18-hour daily fast. This practice is known to have significant health benefits. On one particular morning, I deviated slightly from my routine. I had two cups of espresso – one with a dab of whipped cream, the other with a splash of oat milk. Despite this minor indulgence, my glucose levels spiked to an alarming 157.

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What caused this surprising spike? It wasn’t the coffee. After employing applied kinesiology, a diagnostic tool that utilizes the body’s bio-feedback response to ascertain health status, I identified the presence of a virus. Through our proprietary Photoanalysis Remote Rife Clinic tools, I was able to determine the specific frequencies to combat this virus. Within minutes of starting the frequencies, my glucose level fell off a cliff to 145, then descended further to 127 in less than an hour, finally settling at 110 within two hours.

The takeaway from this story is not just about my experience, but rather the realization of what real-time monitoring and personalized intervention can achieve. This strategy of identifying and eliminating glucose-spiking pathogens has allowed me to maintain a healthy weight for the first time in 50 years.

The TEHS Framework offers an innovative, data-driven approach to health management. By incorporating 24/7 body monitoring and rapid iteration, the Framework empowers individuals to track and manage their health in real-time. It allows for immediate identification of potential issues, such as the sudden glucose spike, and the ability to intervene effectively and promptly. This approach has profound implications for managing conditions like Metabolic Syndrome and more.


So, whether you’re an athlete aiming for peak performance or a person grappling with health challenges, the TEHS Framework is a resource designed to enhance your health journey. It provides a holistic, dynamic, and adaptive methodology for achieving better health outcomes – faster, better, and cheaper.

It’s time to break free from the frustration of traditional health management strategies. Embark on your journey with the TEHS Framework, and discover a personalized pathway to better health and longevity. Take control of your health and redefine your wellbeing with the TEHS Framework today! Visit to get started.


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Unraveling the Complexities of the Herxheimer Reaction: Insights from Frequency Research Foundation

Abstract: The Herxheimer reaction, traditionally understood as a short-term inflammatory response resulting from toxins released during the treatment of infections, has been further elucidated through the work of the Frequency Research Foundation (FRF). With extensive experience working with thousands of clients, FRF has identified additional mechanisms contributing to the Herxheimer reaction, including the release of smaller organisms from larger ones, ecological niches created for other strains, genetic drift in single strains, and toxin release. By incorporating precise application of frequencies, FRF has found that Herxheimer effects can be significantly reduced or even avoided. This paper explores these mechanisms, the role of targeted frequencies, and the implications for improving patient outcomes during treatment.

Introduction: The Herxheimer reaction, also known as the Jarisch-Herxheimer reaction or simply “Herxing,” is a short-term inflammatory response that occurs as the body detoxifies from toxins released by dying microorganisms during treatment. Although commonly associated with the treatment of spirochetal infections such as Lyme disease and syphilis, the reaction can also occur during the treatment of various bacterial, fungal, and parasitic infections. The Frequency Research Foundation’s work with clients has provided new insights into the complexities of the Herxheimer reaction and has expanded our understanding of the phenomenon, leading to more effective strategies for managing its effects.

Traditional Understanding of the Herxheimer Reaction: The conventional explanation for the Herxheimer reaction involves the release of toxins, such as lipopolysaccharides (LPS), from dying microorganisms during treatment. As these toxins accumulate in the body, they trigger an inflammatory response, leading to a temporary exacerbation of symptoms.

Expanded Understanding of the Herxheimer Reaction: Based on the experience of the Frequency Research Foundation, there are at least four distinct mechanisms that contribute to the Herxheimer reaction:

a. Larger organisms releasing smaller ones: When larger parasites or pathogens are killed during treatment, they can release smaller organisms, such as bacteria, viruses, or other microorganisms, which can subsequently proliferate and contribute to the Herxheimer reaction.

b. Ecological niches created for other strains: Eliminating one strain of a pathogen can create an ecological niche for other strains or species to proliferate, leading to an increase in symptoms and a continued Herxheimer reaction.

c. Genetic drift in single strains: Narrowly targeting a specific strain can lead to the proliferation of genetic variants within that strain, a phenomenon known as genetic drift. This can result in the need for adjusting treatment frequencies and contribute to the Herxheimer reaction.

d. Toxin release: The traditional understanding of the Herxheimer reaction, where the release of toxins from dying organisms triggers an inflammatory response, remains a significant contributing factor.

The Role of Targeted Frequencies: The Frequency Research Foundation has found that the precise application of frequencies can significantly reduce or even avoid the Herxheimer reaction. By carefully selecting and adjusting frequencies during treatment, the Foundation has been able to target pathogens more effectively, leading to improved patient outcomes with fewer side effects.

Implications for Patient Outcomes: Understanding the complex mechanisms behind the Herxheimer reaction and utilizing targeted frequencies can lead to more effective treatment strategies and improved patient outcomes. By recognizing and addressing these factors, healthcare practitioners can better manage the Herxheimer reaction, providing patients with a more comfortable and successful treatment experience.

Future Research and Developments: Future research should continue to explore the underlying mechanisms of the Herxheimer reaction, as well as the most effective ways to utilize targeted frequencies in treatment. In particular, studies could focus on:

a. Identifying the most effective frequencies for targeting specific pathogens and minimizing the Herxheimer reaction.

b. Examining the role of the immune system in modulating the Herxheimer reaction and how targeted frequencies might interact with immune responses.

c. Investigating strategies for predicting and preventing genetic drift in targeted pathogen strains, to ensure the continued efficacy of frequency-based treatments.

d. Developing improved tools and techniques for monitoring the progress of treatment and adjusting frequencies in real-time to optimize patient outcomes.

Conclusion: The Frequency Research Foundation’s work has expanded our understanding of the Herxheimer reaction and its complex contributing factors. By incorporating precise application of frequencies, the Foundation has found that the Herxheimer reaction can be significantly reduced or even avoided, leading to improved patient outcomes during treatment. Recognizing the multiple mechanisms behind the Herxheimer reaction is crucial for optimizing patient care and ensuring the success of frequency-based treatment strategies. As our understanding of these mechanisms grows, we can continue to refine our approach to treatment and improve the lives of those affected by chronic infections and other health challenges.


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The TEHS Framework: Doubling Your Energy and Halving Your Stress to Achieve Longevity

Stress is a fact of life that can impact our health and well-being in profound ways. Prolonged stress can lead to various physical and mental health issues, including cardiovascular disease, anxiety, depression, and reduced life expectancy. In contrast, reducing stress and increasing energy levels can promote longevity and a higher quality of life. In this blog post, we will discuss the TEHS framework, which aims to double your energy and halve your stress, as well a new paper’s findings on how reducing stress can improve longevity.

The TEHS Framework: Doubling Your Energy and Halving Your Stress

TEHS uses the Garmin Watch Body Battery data developed by to enhance the performance of Olympic athletes. We measure energy levels vs stress levels throughout the day. This gives us biofeedback we can use to increase energy and lower stress to increase health and wellness and improve longevity.

The TEHS framework is designed to help individuals increase their energy levels and reduce their stress to improve their overall well-being. The framework focuses on seven key areas:

  1. Photoanalysis Remote Rife Clinic Frequencies: to clear allergens, toxins and pathogens while increasing minerals and vitamins and balancing hormones is a critical component for lowering stress.
  2. Nutrition: Eating a balanced, nutrient-dense diet that supports the body’s functions and promotes overall health.
  3. Exercise: Developing a personalized exercise routine that focuses on improving cardiovascular fitness, strength, flexibility, and balance.
  4. Sleep: Emphasizing the importance of quality sleep for physical recovery and mental clarity.
  5. Stress management: Teaching stress management techniques, such as mindfulness, meditation, or deep-breathing exercises, which can help people become more aware of their stressors and learn how to cope with them effectively.
  6. Mental health: Encouraging individuals to seek professional help if needed and maintain a strong support system to ensure mental well-being.
  7. Time management and work-life balance: Assisting individuals in setting realistic goals, prioritizing tasks, and developing a healthy work-life balance to minimize burnout and increase overall satisfaction and energy levels.

By incorporating these aspects into the TEHS framework, individuals can increase their energy levels, reduce their stress, improve their overall well-being, and extend their healthspan.

Reduced Stress Improves Longevity: Insights from Cell Metabolism

A recent study published in the journal Cell Metabolism found that reducing stress can improve longevity. The study, which used a mouse model, showed that mice with reduced levels of the stress hormone cortisol lived longer than those with higher levels of cortisol. Additionally, the study found that the mice with reduced cortisol levels had fewer age-related diseases and a better quality of life.

These findings suggest that reducing stress levels can have a significant impact on our health and longevity. While the study was conducted on mice, its implications for human health are significant.

Reducing stress can help individuals reduce the risk of various chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer. Stress can also impact our mental health, leading to anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues.


The TEHS framework provides a comprehensive approach to improving energy levels and reducing stress. By focusing on nutrition, exercise, sleep, stress management, mental health, and work-life balance, individuals can improve their overall well-being and quality of life. Additionally, the paper’s findings highlight the importance of reducing stress levels for promoting longevity and a better quality of life. By incorporating the TEHS framework into our daily lives, we can take control of our health and achieve a long and fulfilling life.


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Revolutionizing Healthcare with Mobius Loop and Scrum: Accelerating Well-Being Improvement


The healthcare industry is on the brink of a revolution, as innovative approaches such as Scrum and the Mobius Loop are being employed to deliver better, faster, and more affordable care. In this blog post, we will explore how Frequency Research Foundation is using Scrum and the Mobius Loop to radically accelerate well-being improvement, transforming sick care into wellness generation.

Why Scrum and Mobius Loop are Game-Changers in Healthcare:

Scrum is an agile project management framework that emphasizes fast iteration, adaptability, and collaboration. The Mobius Loop, an infinity symbol, represents the continuous cycle of discovery, generation, delivery, and learning. Together, they provide a powerful tool for identifying, prioritizing, and addressing health issues more efficiently and effectively than traditional healthcare models.

The Mobius Loop in Action at Frequency Research Foundation:

Why: The process begins by understanding why the client is seeking Frequency Research Foundation’s services. Through an intake form and a dialogue with a Registered Nurse, the foundation gains insight into the client’s needs and concerns.

Discover: Utilizing the Metapathia Hunter 3025 software, a full-body scan is conducted to prioritize health issues, including organ system, pathology, allergens, toxins, microorganisms, and more. This comprehensive assessment provides a solid foundation for creating a customized treatment plan.

Outcomes: Based on client feedback and assessment findings, desired outcomes are established. This guides the generation of a tailored computer program containing frequencies to address the client’s health priorities.

Generate and Deliver: The appropriate computer and medical device hardware are selected for transmitting the frequencies in the computer program. The systems are set up, and the treatment plan is delivered to the client.

Measure and Learn: Progress is monitored through various means, such as Garmin watches that measure body battery, energy, and stress levels. Client feedback is also invaluable in determining the effectiveness of the treatment plan.

Adapt: The foundation continuously adapts and refines the treatment plan based on the measured results and client feedback. This iterative approach ensures that clients receive the most effective care possible.

The Power of Scrum in Healthcare:

By incorporating Scrum and the Mobius Loop into their healthcare model, Frequency Research Foundation has achieved impressive results. Their clinical cycle is 30-100 times faster than conventional systems, with treatment plans updated weekly or even daily in serious cases. This accelerated approach, combined with the affordability of their services, empowers clients to take control of their health and rapidly improve their well-being.


The Scrum framework and the Mobius Loop are transforming the healthcare landscape, enabling Frequency Research Foundation to offer cutting-edge, personalized care at a fraction of the cost of conventional models. By embracing these innovative approaches, the foundation is leading the charge in revolutionizing healthcare, moving from a sick care model to a wellness generation paradigm. Are you ready to be part of this exciting transformation? Check out our Photoanalysis Remote Rife Clinic to accelerate your journey to optimal health.