The BioMetaTests have been conceived and designed, since the end of the 90s, through a micro signals amplification technology based on the science of Bio-spectrophotometry. Its inventor, who patented this testing methodology, is Dr. Luigi Di Vaia, graduated in naturopathy in Brussels and founder of the Daphne Lab laboratories. In 1994, Dr. Di Vaia, at the University of Physics of Padua for a project on gravitational waves, invented a methodology capable of amplifying the micro-signals of human tissues and comparing them with foods on a bio-electronic base. This technology is now called Palladium Methodology and the tests are defined as “third generation”. Through the scientific method of bio-spectrophotometry, on which there are many scientific studies and applications in various fields of science, the patient’s tissue is amplified, scanned in spectrophotometry and parameterized through a series of data. This software processes all the data with genetic algorithms at the Unizenic laboratories in London, a parent company that owns Daphne Lab BioMetaTest testing technologies and brands, and returns a very analytical and detailed report, useful to doctors or professionals in the field of natural medicine for the elaboration of protocols based on the new naturopathic medicines of well-being. A unique methodology of its kind, with Quality Management System based on ISO 9001 standards and strict cross-checking procedures of experienced professional biologists, doctors, naturopaths and technicians, which allow a wide and deep analysis with a quality / price ratio among the lowest on the market. A study conducted by ASL and AIAS (Italian national Health Authorities) established a repeatability and reliability of the testing methodology of 94%. For years, the company has adopted the ISO 9001 Quality Management System standards for the Biometatest and DNA analysis and also for the calibration of the microscope bio-spectrophotometers. Quality and safety controls are added to ISO 14001 Environmental Management System certifications, also in compliance with the new EcoElia EcoBioEtica standards.