BioGeometry is a design language that can be applied to all products of modern technology to add to their functional design criteria the additional balance of our body energy functions. It is an applied science by virtue of its successful applicability in numerous fields. BioGeometry energy-quality balancing solutions are being applied to architecture, telecom networks, industrial design, and vehicles to transmute the effects of environmental energy disturbances from sources such as electromagnetic radiation, structural design, and earth-energy radiation. BioGeometry is also being applied in agriculture and animal farming to increase productivity while reducing the use of controversial chemicals and artificial treatments. Take cars or planes as an example: one is sitting within so many harmful electromagnetic fields that distort our own biological energy functions. By introducing BioGeometry in the design or as an add-on we can reduce fatigue and increase safety. In animal farming, BioGeometry is being used to raise chemical free chicken on a commercial scale and reduce cow total leukocyte counts in dairy production. BioGeometry shapes were used in collaboration with the university of Eindhoven in Holland, in order to eliminate the use of pesticides, and achieve a healthier fruit with prolonged shelf life, at less cost than organic or traditional planting. BioGeometry is also being applied to furniture, food and liquid container design, and logos.