Live Blood Cell Analysis

Live blood analysis (LBA) is the analysis of living blood under a powerful microscope connected to a camera. LBA is done by placing a drop of blood onto a microscope slide under a glass cover (to prevent drying) and is immediately placed under a microscope.

The Microscopist and the client can then analyze the blood cells. Many things can be detected that would not ordinarily be seen using traditional methods of blood screening. 

The condition and quality of your red blood cells have a direct impact on your present and future health, with stress and disease appearing in the blood years before they manifest in the body. Live blood testing enables us to see your blood exactly as it behaves inside your body, giving a clear picture of your health at a cellular level.

Disease appears as stress in the blood sometimes years before manifesting as symptoms in the body. LBA can detect the potential for disease very early on. Traditional lab testing is good and has it place, but does not always show early signs of a possible disease.

When you see your LBA for the first time, you realize that there is incredible dynamic activity taking place within you, and you can begin to better understand the specifics that need to be addressed without guessing, without purchasing unneeded supplements or investing in unneeded therapies. It has been shown that client compliance is greatly improved with understanding – once you know what you are doing and why.  Seeing your LBA helps you KNOW FOR YOURSELF what is going on inside your body.

Who Should Do Live Blood Analysis?

LBA is for anyone who cares about their health and is recommended for people of all ages, including children. The advantage of doing a Live Blood Analysis over standard blood tests is that it may detect a problem in it’s early/infancy stages. Conventional Lab tests kill the blood when it is prepared, thereby missing what is present in live blood.  LBA is just as beneficial for healthy people as unhealthy.  

Some Examples of What can be Observed are:

* Features associated with high/low blood sugar, protein malabsorption/linkage, conditions pertaining to nutrient malabsorption/vitamin deficiency, crystalline forms such as protoplasts, fibrous thallus, uric acid, cholesterol and mycotoxins, gastrointestinal tract dysfunction and other things associated with degenerative conditions.
* Heavy metal toxicity.
* Lymphatic congestion.
* Liver, kidney, pancreatic, heart, lung, prostate, ovarian, breast and other organ stress.
* Detection of parasites, candida (yeast), fungus, and bacteria.
* Also determine the overall health of the immune system.