See the most important element of your body come alive - your blood. You can actually watch as your blood reveals nutritional deficiencies, hormonal imbalances, digestive problems, liver stress, bacteria and parasite levels. Then discover how you cart be an active participant in correcting any areas of concern. Together, we will establish a proactive nutritional plan that will put you back in control of your own health.
Some Facts about Live Cell Analysis
A growing number of practitioners in North America are rediscovering Livecell Microscopy, a popular procedure and mainstay of preventive medicine in Europe. Livecell Microscopy was first used in medicine for diagnosing infections. In part because of the pioneering efforts of Canadian scientist Gaston Naessens in the 1980s, Livecell Microscopy is gaining popularity, especially with naturopaths and holistic doctors.
Live blood analysis differs from traditional medical blood testing in which preserved blood is sent to a laboratory for an "autopsy" and analyzed for chemical composition and cell counts.
How It Is Done
We draw a drop of your blood from your fingertip and place it on a microscopic slide. Then a special lens inside the microscope projects an intimate view of your living blood onto a television screen by way of a video camera. This camera is hooked up to a device enabling us to take photographs of a patient's blood condition before and after treatment. The result is a living picture of the cellular you.
What Live Cell Microscopy can Reveal
How Long Does It Take
Approximately 35-40 minutes. The red cells are uniform in size and shape and appear as round circles on a gray background. The center of the cells are lightened somewhat and slightly off-white in color. They reside freely in their own space, not overlapping or slicking together, but gently bouncing off each other.
The white cells are about as large as two red cells and have a rather grainy appearance with 3 to 4 dark, irregularly shaped lobes inside the cell. Rather than being round, they display many different shapes and are active and moving. In normal blood there are about 700 red cells to every white cell. The blood serum surrounding the cells is clear without parasites, bacteria, clots, or other undesired floating masses.