Live Blood Analysis and Dry Layer

A person’s blood is an expression of the health of their entire body, including organs and glands. Looking at the blood is like looking at the entire life of a person. 


Importance of Healthy Blood


Your blood is your river of life. It transports oxygen, nutrients and other life-giving agents to all the cells of your body. It also removes cellular waste from your cells to the liver or kidneys for elimination from the body. Unhealthy blood can resemble a swamp due to poor diet, chemicals, and emotional stressors. Harmful bacteria and microorganisms can feed off these toxins, increasing your risk for disease. Live cell microscopy can detect imbalances that may not show up on traditional lab blood tests.

What is Live Blood Analysis?


Live blood analysis (LBA) is the analysis of living blood under a powerful microscope connected to a camera.

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, so is the ultimate preventative tool available. 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 is knowing!

Who is Live Blood Analysis For?

 

LBA is for anyone who cares about their health and is suitable for any age, even children. The advantage of this test over standard blood tests is that it may detect a problem in its infancy stages. Conventional Lab tests kill the blood when it is prepared; thereby missing what is present in live blood. Live blood testing is just as beneficial for healthy people as unhealthy. If you have a disease it will show the progress of treatments.

How Does Live Blood Analysis Work?


The test is carried out by obtaining a drop of blood from a fingertip using a sterile lancet. The blood is placed on a microscope slide, covered with a coverslip to prevent drying, and immediately observed under the microscope. The microscope used is a powerful ‘Darkfield’ type which allows an almost three dimensional look at the blood. The blood is magnified up to 1000 times. A video camera is hooked up to the microscope so that you may watch the entire procedure on a monitor.

You will be able to see the activity of your blood on the screen, the red blood cells, white blood cells, plasma and what is floating in the plasma, like bacteria, yeast, crystals, plaque, and more. The blood is observed for 30 minutes. Once the blood leaves your body it begins to die. How quickly the morphological changes happen can indicate your present health condition.

What Can We Detect With Live Blood Analysis?


  • Acidity/Alkalinity
  • Adrenal Exhaustion
  • Anemia
  • Allergies
  • Arterial Sclerosis
  • Candida (yeast) infections
  • Clotting dysfunction
  • Dehydration
  • Digestive problems - leaky gut syndrome
  • Gout
  • Immune System Function
  • Liver Stress, Toxicity
  • Nutritional Deficiencies
  • White blood cell increase/decrease

What Can I See in My Blood?


  • the condition, shape, and health of your red blood cells 
  • the condition, vitality, quantity, and behaviour of your white blood cells 
  • free radical damage 
  • acid/alkaline imbalances, blood sugar imbalances and possible disturbances 
  • tendency to sluggish lymphatic’s
  • atherosclerotic plaque
  • clotting disorders 
  • bacteria, parasites, Candida/yeast /fungi 
  • undigested proteins and fats
  • vitamin and iron deficiencies 
  • uric acid crystals and other crystals 
  • poor circulation, poor oxygenation 
  • stressed liver
  • presence of allergies and infections


Who Benefits From Live Blood Analysis?


Everyone would like to change their health to the better. Whether you are already ill or you would like to prevent disease or feel your best, a LBA will help you.

Conclusion


Your health is entirely your responsibility. You are what you eat, drink and think. This simple blood test is one important part of helping you to help yourself change your health for the better blood plays a central role in the overall health of every person. Although nearly 100 percent water, blood is a complex liquid that comprises approximately 7.5 percent of a person's total weight. An average size man has about 1-1/2 gallons (5.5 liters) of blood, while a woman has slightly less than a gallon (3.25 liters). There are about 30 trillion red blood cells in the average human body.

Whole human blood consists of red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets that float individually in plasma, a straw-colored liquid made up of about 90 percent water. The plasma, which also contains organic acids, glucose, hormones and salts, serves as a medium for:

  • circulating the suspended blood components throughout the body's network of arteries, veins and capillaries;
  • delivering nutrients to the tissues and organs;
  • carrying minerals, hormones, vitamins and antibodies; and
  • removing waste products                              .

Many substances vital to health are recycled through the blood.


Blood travels from the heart to the lungs through the pulmonary artery, picks up oxygen, flows back to the heart, and is then pumped out to the body. After releasing the oxygen to the cells and taking on carbon dioxide (the waste product of cell metabolism), the blood returns to the lungs, where the carbon dioxide is exhaled. It completes this circuit in 20 seconds. During its journey through the body, the blood also picks up hormones from the thyroid, adrenal, and other glands and transports them to specific organs.

In general, the blood helps maintain equilibrium (homeostasis) of the internal environment. In addition to bathing the body's tissues in oxygen and collecting waste products, the blood's major regulatory functions involve nutrition of cells, defence mechanisms and maintaining proper body temperature. The blood also facilitates the body's adaptability to different conditions, including changes in climate, stressful physical activity, new dietary habits and resistance to injury and infectious organisms.


 

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