Live Blood Analysis involves an examination of your blood through a high powered microscope. A single drop of blood is taken from the tip of your finger, and viewed through the microscope and shown to you on a high definition screen which will provide high resolution of the features of the blood. This technique enables the evaluation of blood features in their living state, hence the term “live blood” analysis. Observations are made on variations in the size, shape, ratios & fine structure of red cells, white cells, platelets and other structures in your blood. Observations can infer:
- Nutritional deficiencies
- Organ-system dysfunctions
- Gut Permeability & Digestive health
- Antioxidant levels & Free-Radical load
- Certain biochemical imbalances
- Immune status & activity.
- Toxicity levels
This gives you the unique and fascinating opportunity to see your own blood cells on the monitor screen.
Why use live blood screening?
Live Blood Analysis shows imbalances otherwise known as ‘indicators’ to disease (inflammation, sluggish immune system, poor cell structure etc) very early on, usually well before that of standard blood testing. There are many anomalies that can be seen in live blood that are not ever tested for in regular lab blood tests. We will discuss with you a recommendation that can then be implemented to rectify the change in the initial stage – prevention being far easier than cure. This information can be used with information from orthodox blood pathology.
Many of the problems related to poor blood conditions are food related, so suggested nutritional supplementation, dietary changes and lifestyle changes are given to work toward optimal health. Receiving education about the cause and corrections of imbalances, and seeing one’s own live blood on a screen at high magnification can be a powerful educational tool.
Live Blood Screening for Kids and Teens under age 18
Kids do not need to be on a one year health contract for live blood screening. You may bring your child anytime for a live blood analysis consult.