Live Blood Cell Analysis

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 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.
Live blood analysis allows you to do just that. Read more

Red Ball Blood Test

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 the blood layer on the finger looked watery and not bright red, the solder was deemed ill, and would usually not be sent off to fight.

This test could quickly determine an individual’s overall health.

MORE ABOUT BLOOD AND ITS COMPONENTS

Blood is the fluid that circulates through the heart, arteries, capillaries, and veins. It is the chief means of transport within the body. It transports oxygen from the lungs to the tissues and carbon dioxide from the tissues to the lungs. It transports nutrients and metabolites to the tissues and removes waste products to the kidneys and other organs of excretion.

Blood has an essential role in the maintenance of fluid balance.

The total blood volume for an average adult is about 5 litres, approximately 8{0ad5881c2192913025db5bf2180b2e0b17ede26560c7c351a451156c0b06bc98} of the total body weight.

Blood varies in colour from an oxygenated bright red in the arteries to a duller red in the veins.

The blood can be divided into two main components: the liquid portion (plasma) and the formed elements (blood cells). Plasma accounts for about 55{0ad5881c2192913025db5bf2180b2e0b17ede26560c7c351a451156c0b06bc98} of the total blood volume. It consists of about 92{0ad5881c2192913025db5bf2180b2e0b17ede26560c7c351a451156c0b06bc98} water, 7{0ad5881c2192913025db5bf2180b2e0b17ede26560c7c351a451156c0b06bc98} proteins and less than 1{0ad5881c2192913025db5bf2180b2e0b17ede26560c7c351a451156c0b06bc98} inorganic salts, organic substances other than proteins, dissolved gasses, hormones, antibodies and enzymes. The formed elements (blood cells) of the blood comprise the other 45{0ad5881c2192913025db5bf2180b2e0b17ede26560c7c351a451156c0b06bc98} of the total blood volume. These formed elements are produced in the bone marrow and include erythrocytes (red blood cells), leukocytes (white blood cells) and thrombocytes (platelets).

The normal pH of the blood is maintained at about 7.35.

The blood is a very sophisticated colloidal system that is absolutely essential for life. It performs many important functions, including:

Blood supplies oxygen to the body cells.
It delivers nutrients such as glucose, amino acids and fatty acids to the body cells.
It removes waste such as carbon dioxide, urea and lactic acid from the tissues.
It is involved with immunity in that it circulates leukocytes and antibodies.
It plays a central role in repair through the process of coagulation.
Circulating blood is important in several messaging systems in the body (e.g. hormones, chemical messengers such as leukotrienes).
It helps to maintain the normal, narrow pH range of 7.35 to 7.45.
Blood and its distribution within the body help to regulate the core body temperature.
Blood plays a role in hydraulic functions in the body.

 

The History of Live Blood Analysis

The History of Live Blood Analysis

The History of Live Blood Analysis

The history of live blood analysis goes back more than 100 years to the works of prominent scientists Antoine Béchamp (1816-1908), Professor Günther Enderlein (1872-1968) and Claude Bernard (1813 -1878) Read more

Live Blood Online Course

Live Blood Analysis Interactive Training Course

We have just finished the September 2015 course this week. For the last 3 weeks we have been studying test cases from our students as well as some of Dr Okkers own test cases, all very interesting and lots to learn. Read more