What is Live Blood Analysis?
Live Blood Analysis is the use of high-resolution dark field microscopy to observe live blood cells. The real strength of live blood analysis lies in its ability to assess the state of a person’s biological terrain; to determine its level of toxicity, acidity, oxygenation, nutrition and ecological balance.
We are able to see the effects of free radical toxins very easily by looking at live blood. Red blood cells travel throughout the body and because they are anuclear (they have no nucleus), their ability to repair their cellular membranes after being damaged through oxidation is limited. They are therefore very susceptible to damage by free radicals and offer a very sensitive marker for toxicity / oxidation. Most normal specimens will have some damaged red cells, but a much higher number of damaged cells is clinically significant. Conventional blood smears ignore the finding of damaged red cells because the blood cells are damaged by the process used to prepare and stain the slide.
Live blood analysis is not a diagnostic tool. It is a preventive approach to health care that assess the biological terrain.
What does it do?
It helps to determine levels of:
- Ecological balance