What is Live Blood Cell Analysis?
Live blood cell analysis is the study of living blood under a very powerful microscope that is connected to a camera for viewing. This analysis allows us to examine your blood exactly as it behaves inside your body, giving a clear image of your health at a cellular level. The condition of your red blood cells has a direct influence on your present and future health, which can be viewed as stress in the blood years before showing symptoms in the body.
Live blood analysis is an excellent preventative tool because it can detect the potential for disease early on and the impact of chemicals, diet, and emotions. Your practitioner will also look at your dry blood samples. This is used to determine internal functioning of various organs and tissues in the body. Free radical damage causes toxins to build up in the body. These poisons, if left untreated, greatly contribute to the process of ageing and degeneration in the body.
How Does It Work?
A sterile lancet is used to obtain a drop of blood from a finger tip. For live blood cell analysis, the blood is placed on a microscope slide, covered with a cover slip, and immediately observed under the microscope. The blood is analyzed using high resolution dark field microscopy which allows an almost 3D look at the blood. You will be able to view the activity of the red blood cells, white blood cells, plasma and what is floating in the plasma, like bacteria, yeast, crystals, plaque, and more. For layered dry blood analysis, a drop of blood that has set on a finger for nearly half a minute is pressed onto a slide eight times and left to dry. These eight layer samples each represent a rough chronology of possible conditions.
Live Blood Analysis can detect:
- Food Metabolism
- Digestive Issues
- Weight Problems
- Bacteria & Parasite Levels
- Hormonal Balances
- State of Your Immune System
Who Can Benefit?
Anyone can benefit from blood cell analysis! It is just as beneficial for healthy people as it is for unhealthy people. If you do have a disease, this test will show the progress of treatments. Blood cell analysis helps you understand the specific issues that need to be addressed without guessing and thus allowing you to make informed decisions regarding therapies and supplements.
Preparation for Blood Cell Analysis
• Fast - do not have any food or drinks for at least 3 hours prior to your appointment. • No alcohol for 48 hours before your appointment. • Drink 3-6 glasses of water before your test. • No juice, tea, coffee, alcohol, or pop. ONLY WATER.