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Good Blood = Good Health

Good Blood = Good Health

Blood assessment helps reveal hidden health problems

Your blood carries the life force of your body and it is the ”River of Life” pulsing nutrients, oxygen, and carbon dioxide to and from all parts of your body. It also carries away waste products to be dealt with by the liver and spleen for elimination. Live blood cell assessment is done by placing a drop of blood from your fingertip on a microscope slide under a cover slip to keep it from drying out. The slide is then viewed at high magnification with a special BioMedx Dark-Field Microscope that forwards the image to a high resolution LCDTV.  You and the  Certified microscopist can then see the blood cells, which appear as dark bodies outlined in white. The results are then used as a basis for identifying possible nutrient deficiencies and possible health challenges based on research since the 1930’s.

Live Blood assessment is a simple procedure for obtaining a quick and accurate assessment of your blood (and your health). With only a few drops taken from your finger; this test is able to provide indicators of decreasing health.  Secondly, Darkfield Microscopy and Dry cell allows us to observe for indicators of vitamin and mineral deficiencies, toxicity, and tendencies toward allergies, excess fat circulation, organ weakness, arteriosclerosis, parasites, etc. with the dry cell assessment known as “oxidative stress”.

Blood is magnified by 20-30,000 times giving us the ability to document your bloods condition and monitor changes in your blood as a result of changes in your diet. The Bible states that … “the life is in the blood”. Your blood is also the best place to evaluate if your diet and supplements are working for you. Quick response spells maximum results. Live blood cell assessments really not a diagnostic procedure for any specific disease. It is best used to help determine the optimal diet and most effective supplementation (vitamins, minerals, enzymes, herbs, antioxidants, colon cleansing, detoxing, etc.) to rebuild and repair.  Finally, it requires that you make a commitment of change.

Live Blood Cell assessment MAY indicate the following:

  • Free radical damage to the blood cell and the need for antioxidants or EFA/DHA
  • Atherosclerotic plaque
  • Bacteria, parasites, Candida/yeast/fungi
  • Undigested proteins and fats
  • Evidence of hormonal imbalances
  • Mineral deficiencies & Essential fat needs
  • Uric acid and cholesterol crystals
  • Poor circulation, oxygenation levels
  • Dis-ease prevention and indicators such as oxidative stress
  • Toxicity indicators from the colon(#2 killer in the U.S.) or heavy metals


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