Entries by Elizabeth Clemons

Lectins – could they be quietly harming you?

Lectins are abundant and diverse proteins found in foods that have agglutinating properties that affect our blood. (Dr Peter J D’Adamo) A chemical reaction occurs between our blood and the foods that we eat. This reaction is part of our genetic inheritance and is due to these lectins. Lectins are blood type specific and the […]

Could Live Blood Cell Analysis Be A Good Addition To Your Complementary Health Practice?

Live blood cell analysis, 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 […]

THE RED BALL BLOOD TEST

During the war, the “Red Ball Blood Test” was used as a quick test on the battle lines. If a soldier claimed to be sick, they pierced his finger with a needle for a drop of blood. If a “red ball” appeared, the soldier would be handed his rifle and sent off to battle. If […]

Alkalizing and “The Terrain”

What is meant by alkalizing an “unbalanced terrain” The term “terrain” was coined by French physiologist Claude Bernard in the 19th century, who used the term for the body’s internal environment. Since the body comprises mostly water, the terrain of the body is in essence an aqueous medium. This includes the blood, lymph and the […]

Alkalize or Die!

Why alkalize? A seven-year study conducted at the University of California, San Francisco, on 9,000 women showed that those who have chronic acidosis are at greater risk for bone loss than those who have normal pH levels. Many of the hip fractures among middle-aged women are connected to high acidity caused by a diet rich […]