Live blood analysis is also known as live & dry blood analysis, live blood cell analysis nutritional microscopy and The Oxidative Stress test. Live blood analysis is the observation of live blood cells using a high powered specialized microscope that projects the picture of the live blood cells onto a screen to be seen by the practitioner and client together.
A tiny pinprick of blood is put on to a glass slide and then viewed on the screen.
In live blood analysis, the blood is not dried or stained beforehand, so the blood elements can be seen in their living state.
The practitioner and client look at the variations in the size, shape, ratio, and fine structure of the red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, and other blood structures.
The insights gained from the live blood analysis, correlated with other clinical data, enable the analyst to understand his/her clients individual state of health on a much deeper level.
As a result, an appropriate course of natural treatment and lifestyle/dietary interventions can be formulated and furthermore, the effectiveness of various treatment combinations can be tested and progress can be monitored by observation of changes through further live blood analysis.
As a practitioner I’ve found that live blood analysis helps me to decide where to focus with a patient – not only what dietary changes they need to make but also which of my modalities to employ. It really simplifies the treatment process for me as it very quickly highlights the main problem areas. I can then also monitor the response and track their progress during treatment. It only takes about 30 minutes but provides a wealth of information. I am sure that the additional 30 mins spent on analyzing a patient’s blood will be of great value to many practitioners and their patients.
Dr Okker BothaNeoGenesis Systems
COULD LIVE BLOOD ANALYSIS BE A GOOD ADDITION
TO YOUR COMPLEMENTARY HEALTH PRACTICE?
The analysis of live, unmodified capillary blood was pioneered by several independent researchers worldwide and has evolved over the course of many years with the advancement of microscopy. Some focused only on the nutritional aspects of blood morphologies, others approached it within a medical frame of reference, whilst others made staggering discoveries that defied (and continue to defy) the accepted paradigms of modern medicine.
If you were to look at their findings, you would see that although there are differences in opinion, there is also a central truth that was proven and uncovered by all of the researchers: that the human body (which is a natural system) cannot live with an unnatural diet and lifestyle.
As practitioners of natural medicine this concept naturally resonates with us.
However, most patients are not convinced of this and hold on to the delusion that you can fool or cheat nature. They believe that you can take a pill to counter and cure almost anything – and continue to eat what you like!
Most people will not follow the advice you give them and need visual proof that their unnatural habits are having a negative impact on their health.