Live blood analysis involves taking a single finger prick of blood (the truest form of live) and viewing the unaltered sample under high magnification (up to 1000x). Unlike, medical blood tests, live blood analysis gives a more accurate picture of overall health and wellbeing.
Through live blood analysis we view the terrain of the blood to determine an overall level of toxicity and pH balance. The analysis can reveal variations in red blood cells, as reflected by nutritional indicators such as low levels of iron, protein, B12, folic acid and fatty acids. Incomplete or delayed digestion of fat and protein can also be observed. In addition, liver stress and undesirable bacterial and fungal by-products may be revealed. Hormonal imbalances , free radical damage, immune activity and oxidative stress can also be detected.