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Live Blood Cell Analysis


The fastest way to detect specific nutritional deficiencies is by looking at a small drop of blood from the finger under a specialized darkfield microscope. A dark field microscope is designed to permit diversion of light rays and illumination of the sample from the side, so that details appear light against a dark background as opposed to light passing straight through the specimen. If bright lights from the microscope pass directly through the specimen, the heat from the light source will kill the red blood cells (RBC)s faster. Also, by diverting the light rays, a greater amount of depth and details can be viewed.

By examining the size and shape of the blood cells, it can be determined which enzymes and nutrients are missing or are in short supply within the body.  Also evident in the Live Blood Cell Analysis are foreign agents in the blood, such as plaque, fungal forms, bacteria and parasites. 

Gaining this knowledge could mean the difference between living a healthy, energetic lifestyle, or not feeling as well as you should. 

The advantage of Live Blood Cell Analysis is that many nutritional disorders can be detected before standard blood test are able to detect any chemical changes.  Early detection has many benefits, including true illness prevention, increased knowledge of nutrition, and greater wellness. 

Based on what is discovered in the Live Blood Cell Analysis, plant enzymes or other nutritional aids may be recommended to correct any imbalances that show up in the blood.  The microscope is designed as a screening tool to take the guesswork out of selecting appropriate nutrients for the client. 

Enzymes are essential for optimal health and a feeling of well being. Life as we know it could not exist without the action of enzymes, even in the presence of sufficient amounts of vitamins, minerals, and water. 

If you experience any of the following, a Live Blood Cell Analysis may be helpful in determining a nutritional program for you: 

  • Fatigue

  • Frequent Illness

  • Intestinal/Digestive Disorders

  • Yeast/Parasite Problems

  • Food Cravings

  • Allergies

  • Headaches

  • Joint/Muscle Pain

  • Insomnia

  • Anxiety or Depression 

  • Weight Imbalances

  • Skin Disorders

  • Menstrual/Menopause Concerns

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