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Live Blood Cell Analysis

LIVE BLOOD ANALYSIS

Live blood analysis provides information about: 

  • nutritional imbalances

  • oxidative stress/anti-oxidant levels

  • mineral imbalances

  • immune weakness

  • adrenal stress

  • hydration levels

  • acidity

  • digestive problems

  • liver stress

  • kidney stress

  • circulatory congestion & poor tissue oxygenation

  • cellular fatigue

  • lymphatic congestion

  • anemia

  • bowel toxicity & inflammation

  • parasite activity

  • chemical & heavy metal toxicity

  • yeast/candida

Before starting your therapy sessions, the practitioner may conduct a live blood analysis to get an immediate look at what is happening in your body if a hair analysis was not performed.

Interesting Fact

  1. Live Blood Cell Analysis: Live blood cell analysis, also known as dark-field microscopy, is a diagnostic technique that allows for the real-time examination of blood samples under a microscope. Unlike traditional blood tests, this method provides immediate visual feedback on the condition and behavior of blood cells.

  2. Microscopic Insights: Live blood cell analysis reveals fascinating details about the state of our blood cells. It can show the size, shape, movement, and overall vitality of red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, and other cellular components. This information can offer insights into various health conditions and imbalances within the body.

  3. Cellular Health Assessment: By observing live blood cells, practitioners can assess indicators of overall health and well-being. It can reveal information about nutrient deficiencies, oxidative stress, toxicity levels, inflammation, immune system activity, and the presence of pathogens or parasites. This non-invasive method provides a unique perspective on one's health status.

  4. Holistic Approach: Live blood cell analysis is often used within the context of a holistic approach to health. It considers the interconnectedness of different body systems and aims to address imbalances and promote overall wellness. By examining the blood cells, practitioners can tailor recommendations for diet, lifestyle modifications, supplements, or other interventions to support optimal health.

 

Watch the below video to see a white blood cell chase and eat bacteria. 

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