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All your questions about Live Blood Analysis answered

By |2019-08-16T11:29:41+01:00August 16th, 2019|

The September training course is coming up on Sept 24th and we are starting to get a lot of questions about live blood analysis and the online training course. We invite you to a short live webinar to answer your questions on Tuesday Sept 27th at 7pm. Join us live or send us your question [...]

Week 10 on the live blood analysis training course

By |2019-06-07T11:36:12+01:00June 7th, 2019|

We are now looking at case studies, some of Dr Okkers own clients and some from our attendees. We use dark field microscopy as well as bright field microscopy to perform live and dried blood analysis on a client, we then grade the anomalies seen and decide which issue to concentrate on from our analysis. [...]

Week 4 on the live blood analysis online training course

By |2019-04-26T10:23:39+01:00April 26th, 2019|

We are now on week 4 of the Live Blood Analysis Training Course where we are continuing with red blood cell anomalies. We are looking at Poikilocytes, Target cells, Simple Membrane Protrusion/Acanthocytes, Echinocytes, Keratocytes, Schistocytes and Anisocytes (below). We are learning how to identify the anomalies and about why we are seeing them. We study [...]

How do you know that your treatments are working?

By |2019-03-29T09:36:06+00:00March 29th, 2019|

Do you sometimes feel like you're working in the dark when treating chronic cases? Many practitioners do - including very experienced practitioners. This is because chronic cases typically take a long time to respond to treatment, and clients don’t notice an improvement in the first few months of treatment. Most successful practitioners rely on years [...]

Just how can live blood analysis help prevent disease?

By |2019-03-22T11:12:43+00:00March 22nd, 2019|

How many tests and procedures do you know of that are truly a part of preventative medicine? A regular blood sugar test? Yearly laboratory blood tests with your GP? CT or MRI scans? For example, having a regular blood sugar test is not part of prevention. The reason for this is quite simple. High blood [...]

Dry Blood Analysis – week 9 on the training course

By |2019-03-08T12:37:17+00:00March 8th, 2019|

Dry Blood Analysis - week 9 on the training course We are continuing with the dry blood analysis anomalies this week but under a higher magnification. There are quite a few anomalies that can be seen under higher magnification that relate to the degree of imbalance of the terrain. Under higher magnification in the dry [...]

Are There Naturally Occurring Pleomorphic Bacteria in the Blood of Healthy Humans?

By |2020-02-21T09:53:44+00:00January 25th, 2019|

Ascits in darkfield Dark-field microscopy of blood from healthy individuals revealed the existence of pleomorphic microorganisms. These bacteria exhibited limited growth and susceptibility to antibiotics and could be detected by fluorescent in situ hybridization and flow cytometry. They were further characterized by analysis of their 16S rRNA and gyrB genes. In our search for spirochetes [...]

Week 2 on the live blood analysis online training course

By |2019-02-08T09:33:05+00:00October 4th, 2018|

We are on week 2 now and learning about the components of the blood including white blood cells, red blood cells, platelets and plasma. For example: Red blood cells (RBCs) which are formed in the bone marrow and are stored in the body’s reservoir for the blood, namely the spleen, comprise the greatest majority of [...]

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