LIVE BLOOD ANALYSIS (MICROSCOPY)
Blood cells have a specific job throughout the body. Blood carries oxygen, vitamins, minerals, and nutrients to every organ tissue, gland, and cell in order to nourish, feed, and energize the body. Those cells also transport waste out of the body. Therefore, it is vital that the blood is in perfect health. If the blood is compromised, then this will compromise your body’s overall health.
Unlike traditional medicine, where the blood is drawn and then transported to a lab to be examined. With Live Blood Analysis, we view your blood immediately, giving us a clear picture of how your blood is behaving within your body and what changes can be made to improve its function.
What a Live Blood Analysis can show indications of:
• Acidity / Alkalinity
• Lack of enzymes
• Poor fat intake or digestion
• Poor red blood cell formation
• Liver stress or congestion
• Bowel toxicity
• Thyroid imbalance
• Hormonal Imbalance
• Heavy metals, chemical load
• Plaque, platelet aggregation
• Bacterial infection
• Poor motility of white blood cells
During our Live Blood Analysis, we take a small drop of your blood from your finger and examine it under a high-powered microscope. We study your red and white blood cells, plasma, and other details to determine the health of your blood and your body overall. Your blood sample is displayed on a large screen as we cover everything we see in detail. This is an amazing test and our findings are often very eye-opening.
With Live Blood Analysis, we view your blood immediately, giving us a clear picture of how your blood is behaving within your body and what changes can be made to improve its function.
Educate Not Diagnose
The nutritional blood analysis is an opportunity to become educated on how your blood cells are responding as a result of what you eat, drink and breath. We don’t look at a live blood sample and make a diagnosis of a specific medical condition from what we are observing in the blood. We focus on the underlying imbalances that preceded medical conditions and allowed them to develop in the first place.
Live blood analysis is very useful for prevention. It is a valuable test for those who are proactive about their health. Other preventative measures are forms of early detection measures. For example, having a regular blood sugar test is not part of prevention. The test will only show an imbalance once the body has failed at all its attempts to regulate blood sugar. When you get an abnormal blood sugar reading, it is late already and one should really have had preventative measures in place years before the abnormal result.
To summarize, a Live Blood Analysis can show indications of imbalances that, if not addressed, may lead to disease. After the analysis recommendations are given for natural measures that can be implemented to help minimize the likelihood of serious conditions developing in the future.