What is Live and Dry Blood Analysis?
Blood Analysis is a procedure that analyses your blood in live time, under a powerful Dark Field Microscope to ascertain information about aspects of your health. It is typically done in two parts, Live Blood Analysis and Dried Blood Analysis.
There are many benefits to having your live and dried blood analysed. You can gain insight into your overall health including PH imbalances, indications of levels of toxicity, nutrient deficiencies, free radical stress, the quality of your diet, your nutrient absorption capabilities, how efficiently your systems are working to detoxify your body.
What is Involved in a Live Blood Analysis?
Live blood cell analysis is a blood test carried out by extracting a single drop of blood from the fingertip, placing it on a microscope slide and then observing it through a high-powered dark field microscope. The magnified image is projected live onto a high resolution monitor so the client can see the contents and health of their blood.
Benefits of Live Blood Testing?
Live Blood Analysis can reveal a great deal about your health, giving you insights into many facets of your body which include identifying deficiencies, toxicities, infections, and other important information along with:
Free radical damage
Condition of Red Blood Cells
Acid / Alkaline balance
Plaque and hyper-clotting disorders
Bacteria, Parasites, Candida, Yeast Fungi
Undigested proteins and fats
Vitamin & Mineral deficiencies
Bowel and Liver toxicity
Heavy metal accumulation
Cardiovascular/ Circulatory Issues
What is Dry Blood Analysis?
Dry Blood Analysis is a screening tool not a diagnoses, used to analyze any degeneration condition of the body, including organ stress, deficiencies, free radical damage, lymphatic drainage, cardiac or circulatory stress, thyroid or hormone imbalances, digestive toxicity and stress, adrenal tension, calcium or magnesium imbalance, heavy metal levels, etc.
What is Involved in Dry Blood Analysis?
Dry Blood Analysis is a screening tool that involves pricking the tip of your finger and dabbing a single drop of blood onto a microscope slide up to 8 times. The blood is then left to dry in the open air and once dried it is placed under the microscope for observation.
Benefits of Dry Blood Testing?
Dry Blood Analysis can give us an indication of what's going on inside the body and can assess the level of free radical activity associated with degenerative disorders.
Other indications that may be found in testing:
*Degeneration and toxicity of connective tissues and organs such as heart, lungs, breasts, liver, kidney, pancreas, prostate and ovaries
*Heavy metal toxicity levels
*Free radical / oxidative stress
Benefits of Blood Typing
Basic blood typing is a simple test that is used to identify what type of blood you have.
There are four blood groups: A, B, AB, and O
Your blood type is purely genetic, your parents determine what your blood type will be, making this a trait that is inherited.
Research has shown that there may be a link between your blood type and your overall health; therefore, knowing your blood type is an important tool for understanding how your body reacts to food, your susceptibility to disease, your natural reaction to stress, and so much more. A single drop of blood contains a biochemical makeup as unique to you as your fingerprint.