What are the advantages of using multiple frequencies instead of a single frequency?

Using multiple frequencies improves accuracy and precision. At a single, low frequency, it is difficult for electrical currents to penetrate the cellular membrane and assess intracellular water.  As frequencies get higher, the electrical current is more capable of penetrating the cellular membrane and accurately measuring intracellular water.

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