Live blood analysis

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An alkaline diet is as important as having clean air to breathe. We all know the benefits of eating the right foods, but sometimes we get so caught up in our everyday lives that our good intentions fall to the wayside and then we wonder why we feel so tired and unhealthy.

 Live blood analysis is a great way to have a look at what is happening inside our bodies on a cellular level and really gives you the visual motivation to make those all important lifestyle and dietary changes.

 Gareth Edwards is a very well respected Microscopist and may just be the man to give the insight and inspiration to get you back on track!

Below is a little information on what live blood analysis entails… Look forward to hearing your thoughts, also if anyone has had a live blood test in the past let us know in the post below if you found it helpful and how it helped to change your diet and lifestyle for the better…

A blood test for detection and monitoring of metabolic dysfunction

Live and dry blood analysis are unique and cutting edge methods for showing what is going on inside your body. Live blood analysis aims to show the state and interaction of your red blood cells, while the dry blood test reviews where acids may be pooling in the body. The information can be used in conjunction with other tests or as a stand alone assessment of health allowing the practitioner to make specific dietary and lifestyle recommendations to help improve health.

How it works

The tests are carried out by extracting a minute amount of capillary blood from the fingertip and placing it on a microscope slide and then observing it through two different optical modalities of a high powered microscope. This technique enables a microscopist as well as a client to observe and analyze the features of the blood terrain via video monitor. Among the phenomena observed in the live and dry blood are:

-The level of activity or lack of activity of the immune system

-The condition of the red blood cells Liver, kidney, pancreatic, heart, lung, prostate, ovarian, breast and other organ stress

-Detection of the presence of parasites, yeast, fungus, mould, and the degree of pleomorphic activity

-Observation of features associated with blood sugar imbalance

-Observation of features associated with mal-absorption of fats

-Observation of features associated with protein mal-absorption

-Observation of phenomena associated with nutrient mal-absorption / vitamin deficiency

-Observation of crystalline forms such as protoplasts, fibrous thallus, uric acid, cholesterol and mycotoxins

-Observation of phenomena associated with gastro-intestinal tract dysfunction

-Observation of phenomena associated with degenerative conditions

How live blood analysis can help?

The Health Care Professional and Client can see the characteristics of the Client’s blood live on a video screen which can give current information as it pertains to the biological terrain of that Client. (Abnormalities appear in the blood sometimes years before they manifest themselves as illness.) This information can assist the Health Care Professional and Client by:

 -Giving early warning of possible oncoming problems

-Specifying conditions quickly and unambiguously

-Alerting them to the advisability of specific medical referral

-Monitoring the condition before and after regimes

-Determining the effectiveness of various regimes

 To book a Live Blood Analysis in London Call Gareth Edwards on 0207 223 8865 or visit his website at : www.food-for-life.co.uk

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