Live blood cell analysis is a powerful tool to visually see the microbial activity in blood and to learn firsthand about the ROT theory of aging and disease. Projected onto a large screen, you will see your blood live. This is an invaluable research and educational tool, which offers patients a visual and kinesthetic confirmation that changes they make in nutrition, hydration, stress and lifestyle are reflected in their blood.
Dry Blood samples are required also as they more accurately assess the level of free radical activity or oxidative stress. Excessive levels of free radical activity are associated with degenerative diseases.
What Can Live Blood Analysis Tell Me?
Depending on the irregularities found in the blood, there are wide variety of different conditions that can be determined. The following are just a few examples:
The level of activity or lack of activity of the immune system
The condition of the red blood cells in liver, kidney, pancreatic, heart, lung, prostate, ovarian, breast and other organ stress
Detection of the presence of parasites, yeast, fungus, mold, and the degree of pleomorphic activity
Observation of features associated with blood sugar imbalance
Observation of features associated with malabsorption of fats
Observation of features associated with protein malabsorption
Observation of phenomena associated with nutrient malabsorption / 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
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