Live Cell Analysis

Live Blood Cell Analysis is carried out by placing a drop of blood from the fingertip on a microscpoe slide under a glass cover slip to keep it from drying out.  The slide is then viewed at high magnification with a microscope that forwards the image to a television monitor.  Both practitioner and patient can then see the blood cells.  The results are then used as a basis for anaylsis.  A single drop of blood contains a mass of information which can be used to assess an individual’s current state of balance/imbalance.  This procedure is also called live cell analysis or nutritional blood analysis.  

Blood is the most important organ in the human body.  It provides every cell with the oxygen and nutrients it needs.  It is the system through which toxins and waste products are carried to the organs of elimination.  So it stands to reason that if the blood is not in an optimal state then this will affect the rest of the body.

The pictures below are courtesy of the Enzymology Research Center, Inc.* and are presented to show the relationship between various conditions and the blood.

Yellow Rings = Fat, Protein, and Liver Congestion 
Green Rings = Immune System, Parasites, Bacteria, and Fungal Forms

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