Live Blood Analysis is a powerful, high-tech assessment tool that lets you see, in real time, not just the current state of your health but also the pending conditions within your blood.
It starts with a single drop of blood with over 5 million active cells. While a powerful microscope magnifies your blood 1500 times, you can view the size, shape, and movement of your live cells and plasma in real time on a computer monitor.
You get an immediate interpretation and analysis of your blood with your practitioner.
How much blood is needed?
Two drops of blood from a finger tip prick.
Is it painful?
There is a brief sting. The wound closes within 10 seconds.
Is it safe and sanitary?
Rubber gloves provide a barrier between the practitioner and the client. Only sterile, disposable pricks are used. All used pricks, slides and cover slides are burned as biomedical waste.
How different is it from the regular blood tests ordered by my family physician?
Only two drops of blood compared with 10ml for a regular blood test.
Also, where a regular blood test will show only cell count and chemical content, Live Cell Analysis will show:
abnormalities in the shape and size
activity and mobility of red and white blood cells
undigested proteins and fats
excess platelets and cellular debris
evidence of fungal, bacterial and parasitic activity
Does my family physician provide this Live Blood Analysis?
Not in North America. Many doctors in Europe are familiar with Live Blood Analysis.
Live Blood Analysis shows the complexity and variability of the entire blood ecology. Special training is therefore required to interpret the blood pictures and operate the equipment. Under managed care, many doctors are time constrained and do not have the time to look for themselves at their patient's blood and spend the time interpreting and explaining the results.
As a result, you may find yourself in a position where Live Blood Analysis has actually been recommended by your physician.
Is Live Blood Analysis something new?
Live Blood Analysis has more than 80 years of history.
The father of modern Live Blood Analysis is the German bacteriologist and zoologist Dr Guenther Enderlien (1872-1968), who devoted 60 years of research to observing live blood through the microscope and developed the Sanum Remedy for many chronic conditions.
Doctors, practitioners and researchers in Germany, Sweden and other European countries continue to apply Dr Enderlien's microscopic procedures. The practice is gaining popularity in North America, with the availability of video cameras for client participation.
Why is blood a good indicator of my health status?
Think of the bloodstream as a river carrying oxygen, nutrients and other life-giving agents throughout the body to maintain health.
It is also a channel sending toxins and cell waste to the liver and kidneys for elimination from the body.
As the main transport network of your body, you can see how blood can show the state of your health and reveal illness before symptoms appear.
Can I actually see cancer in my blood?
No, you cannot. However, cancer thrives in an acidic, oxygen-deficient and congested environment filled with toxins. If we see any sign of this in your blood, we can then show you how to alkalinise and oxygenate your body, eliminate harmful toxins and support your immune system, through dietary and lifestyle changes and nutritional supplements.
"Vivian has changed. She follows the nutrition plan you gave her and takes her supplements every morning. All because she saw how her red blood cells were clumped together (a sign of extreme dehydration) and she saw that there was too much fibrin in her plasma (a sign of liver stress possibly from too much white sugar in the diet)." -Mother, 12 year old daughter
"This is a great tool, It has helped confirm some of my suspicions. I will be back in a month to see how I have progressed." -Marla, registered nutritionist