What is Live Blood Analysis?
Written by: Cam Williams, Date: Mar. 2, 2005

What is Live Blood Analysis?

The technology of viewing blood through a very powerful fibre optic microscope and monitor combined with the ability to decifer and analyse live blood is an uncanny and non invasive method that can show conditions that may be negative for your health. Traditionally blood is stored and stained and stained blood is dead blood and yields a limited range of information.

With one "live" drop of blood from the finger an enormous amount of information is available about the state of the immune system, free radical damage, weaknesses possible vitamin deficiencies, amount of toxicity, pH and mineral imbalance, areas of concern and weakness, parasites, fungus and yeast. A lot of guess work is eliminated. It's unbelievably exciting to see your red and white cells moving about the platelets. It is also rewarding to see responses to nutrional changes, detoxing and life style changes. This method of blood analysis has been used in Europe for about a century.

Live blood microscopy does not provide a medical diagnosis but can indicate the need for further clinical testing or referral to an appropriate health care professional. It is ideal for the individual who is proactive and prevention minded.
Excerpt from "The Guide to Alternative Helathcare"

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