Live Blood Analysis Training

Live Blood Analysis Training Course Starting Jan 9th 2018

Next 12 week January 9th 2018


Dates for 2018 Live Blood Analysis training courses:

Tuesday Jan 9th

Tuesday April 3rd

Wednesday May 9th (Advanced Training Course)

Tuesday Sep 18th


Live Blood Analysis Training Courses Information:

Dr Okker, our tutor at Live Blood Online is a registered homeopathic doctor who has been practicing and teaching live blood analysis for 15 years now and has trained many successful practitioners all around the world;

He is very well known & established and is considered one of the leading authorities in the field of Live Blood Analysis. “Our blood analysis courses are training systems for those who want to learn how to use blood analysis to its full potential.”

Live Blood Online offers online training courses as opposed to in-house training, which avoids expensive travel and accommodation as well as offering the advantage of being able to study from your home, office or practice. These courses lasts 12 weeks with 12 one hour enjoyable, interactive live lessons each week presented via GoToWebinar, all our lessons are recorded and the video sent out after the “live” lesson so students can go over the material as many times as they like for as long as they need.

The course draws on information from the leading researchers in microscopic blood analysis in the world.

Students receive 2 wall charts, a 500+ page manual and concise training covering naturopathic, pleomorphic and allopathic perspectives of live and dried blood analysis.

Training covers use of the microscope, correct sampling techniques for live and dried blood analysis, recognition of the anomalies in live and dried blood analysis as well as putting everything together.

Dr Okker is on hand to offer help and advice on choosing the right microscope at the best possible price, he has been putting microscope systems together for many years and is a leading supplier of microscopes all over the world. We also advise on where to acquire all equipment need to practice live and dry/dried blood analysis.

Live Blood Online uses darkfield and brightfield microscopy which is considered superior to phase contrast and enables the student to see many more anomalies than he would be able to see with phase contrast microscopy.

What we offer

An online training site is provided with a huge library of pictures & videos to help students along with lots of useful information to help them in their practice.

We offer our students an on-going membership to a private Facebook page where they can post their findings, ask questions and learn along with all the other present and past attendees of live blood analysis.

On completion of this training course and submission of 2 test cases, our students award a certificate that is well recognised worldwide and accepted by most insurance companies.

We are a proud member of the CMA Complementary Medical Association and we have been accepted by them as a Registered College Member. This means that all students qualifying from Live Blood Online will be accepted for full membership to the CMA with all the rights and privileges this brings to the student.

Students will be offered the opportunity to be listed on the Live Blood Online directory as practitioners that had been successfully trained with them

To get more information on your tutor – click here

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How The World’s 3 Healthiest Countries Prioritize Wellness

How The World’s 3 Healthiest Countries Prioritize Wellness

by Linden Schaffer

As the founder of a wellness travel company, I’m on the road quite a bit and have experienced my fair share of ailments abroad.

In the mid-’90s, I left a potluck dinner party in London with a severe case of strep throat. I went to a local hospital and was promptly treated for free. On the other hand, I came down with a stomach bug in Indonesia and didn’t even have access to clean water. It’s experiences like these that have made me interested in the ways that countries around the world prioritize health and well-being.

Earlier this year, the UN General Assembly published the results from a 10-year comprehensive study, which determined a country’s health by looking at 17 development goals, such as ending poverty in all its forms, promoting sustainable agriculture, and ensuring healthy lives for residents of all ages. Here’s a look at what the three healthiest nations are doing differently.

1. Iceland

From a publicly funded health care system to multiple sustainability efforts, Iceland tops the list of the world’s healthiest countries. The country’s sparse population means that its natural resources are relatively untouched and pristine, and 85 percent of its energy comes from renewable sources such as geothermal power stations, which means less reliance on fossil fuel. Not to mention, the 120 hot spring pools around the country, which have historical significance of positively affecting social, mental, and physical health.

Since 2005, Iceland has enforced strict smoking laws such a banning smoking entirely from schools and installing a ban on tobacco advertising. Its residents tend to eat diets that are packed with fresh fish, which have been shown to keep heart disease and inflammation at bay. Add all this together and you have a recipe for healthful, happy living.

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2. Singapore

The Singaporean government has high health standards and works to ensure basic medical care such as immunizations and health care screenings are accessible to all residents. In 2014, the country launched the Healthier Dining Programme, a government initiative that helps restaurants develop healthier menu options. It has since encouraged the use of healthier ingredients such as brown rice and whole-grain noodles well as anti-inflammatory spices like ginger and turmeric. You don’t even have to step outside Singapore’s Changi Airport to notice the country’s commitment to health. You can experience the country’s commitment to wellness without ever having to clear immigration by enjoying the outdoor nature trail, sleeping areas, and reflexology centers right in the terminal.

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3. Sweden

Stress plays a major role in our overall health, contributing to everything from depression to heart disease. Over in Sweden, there are many initiatives intended to lower the collective stress level. Only 1 percent of the population works long hours, over 50 hours a week, and 92 percent of the population says they have someone to rely on in a time of need (compared to 73 percent of residents in nearby Turkey). With perfect scores for drinking water quality and access, waterborne diseases are something this country doesn’t have to worry about. A diet high in fermented dairy products and low in sugar helps residents maintain nutritional health, while a Right of Public Access law written into their constitution gives all Swedish people the right to enjoy outdoor spaces, both public and private.

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In case you were wondering how the United States ranked in this study…we came in 28th due to our country’s high alcohol consumption, childhood obesity, and death due to violence.

And UK is number 5.

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FTC orders homeopathy product manufacturers to claim their products don’t work!


Barack Obama’s Left-wing federal bureaucracy continues to become more tyrannical, even as the man is on his way out the door – giving a good indication of just how tall an order it will be for President-elect Donald J. Trump to “drain the D.C. swamp” as he has pledged to do.

In recent days the Federal Trade Commission actually ordered all makers of homeopathic products to include labeling that states they don’t actually work – an unbelievable requirement, considering there was no such order sent to Big Pharma firms for their many questionably effective treatments.

Once again, the federal government is picking winners and losers based on who has more political clout in D.C.

Mind you, the homeopathic market in the U.S. is massive. As reported by the UK’s Independent, it is estimated that Americans spent $3 billion in 2007 alone on such treatments and remedies essentially created in 1796 by Samuel Hahnemann.

But now, Obama’s bureaucracy is attempting to drive a stake in the heart of an extremely popular industry – and one that millions of Americans rely on for their health (and should be free to choose if that’s what they want). In a public notification, the FTC is ordering makers of homeopathic products to prove they work and are effective, or state that there is “no scientific evidence that the product works.”

Government now deciding all Americans should only trust ‘modern’ medical industry


The notice added: “Homeopathy, which dates back to the late-eighteenth century, is based on the view that disease symptoms can be treated by minute doses of substances that produce similar symptoms when provided in larger doses to healthy people.”

The notice went on to say that many homeopathic products are so diluted they no longer have “detectable levels” of the primary substance. Therefore, generally speaking, claims made by homeopathic product makers are “not based on modern scientific methods” and as such, are not “accepted” by establishment medicine.

In addition, the federal regulatory agency said that homeopathic drug claims allegedly not substantiated by ‘competent’ and ‘reliable’ sources (that Uncle Sam also gets to pick, no doubt) may not be deceptive under the new order if the labeling includes 1) a statement claiming no scientific evidence indicates the product works; and 2) a statement noting the product’s claims are only based on homeopathic medicinal theories from the 1700s “that are not accepted by most modern medical experts.”

No mass death using homeopathic treatments


Are you beginning to see where this push is coming from? If you guessed the establishment medical industry, you’d be right.

But in fact, as we have regularly reported, homeopathic medicine is effective in treating ailments and illnesses, regardless of the Obama administration’s attempts to shut it down.

In fact, just days ago we reported that the concept behind homeopathic medicine is sound. It seeks not to mask or suppress symptoms, like “modern” medicine, but rather to address an overall syndrome of body and mind, and thereby strengthening the body’s own ability to defend against disease. Before actually advising on a treatment, however, homeopaths consider a patient’s symptoms as well as their personal traits, physical state of being, history and psychological condition.

And there is also this: The Food and Drug Administration admits that traditional medication errors account for at least one death every day, while injuring some 1.3 million people every year in the United States. In all, about 250,000 deaths annually are attributable to medication errors made by traditional practitioners of medicine. The ones the Obama FTC isn’t interested in regulating.

Homeopathic medicine has no similar record of death.

Gut Bacteria Might Guide The Workings Of Our Minds

Could the microbes that inhabit our guts help explain that old idea of “gut feelings?” There’s growing evidence that gut bacteria really might influence our minds.

“I’m always by profession a skeptic,” says Dr. Emeran Mayer, a professor of medicine and psychiatry at the University of California, Los Angeles. “But I do believe that our gut microbes affect what goes on in our brains.”

Mayer thinks the bacteria in our digestive systems may help mold brain structure as we’re growing up, and possibly influence our moods, behavior and feelings when we’re adults. “It opens up a completely new way of looking at brain function and health and disease,” he says.

So Mayer is working on just that, doing MRI scans to look at the brains of thousands of volunteers and then comparing brain structure to the types of bacteria in their guts. He thinks he already has the first clues of a connection, from an analysis of about 60 volunteers.

Mayer found that the connections between brain regions differed depending on which species of bacteria dominated a person’s gut. That suggests that the specific mix of microbes in our guts might help determine what kinds of brains we have — how our brain circuits develop and how they’re wired.

Of course, this doesn’t mean that the microbes are causing changes in brain structure, or in behavior.

But other researchers have been trying to figure out a possible connection by looking at gut microbes in mice. There they’ve found changes in both brain chemistry and behavior. One experiment involved replacing the gut bacteria of anxious mice with bacteria from fearless mice.

“The mice became less anxious, more gregarious,” says Stephen Collins of McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, who led a team that conducted the research.

It worked the other way around, too — bold mice became timid when they got the microbes of anxious ones. And aggressive mice calmed down when the scientists altered their microbes by changing their diet, feeding them probiotics or dosing them with antibiotics.

To find out what might be causing the behavior changes, Collins and his colleagues then measured brain chemistry in mice. They found changes in a part of the brain involved in emotion and mood, including increases in a chemical called brain-derived neurotrophic factor, which plays a role in learning and memory.

Scientists also have been working on a really obvious question — how the gut microbes could talk to the brain.

A big nerve known as the vagus nerve, which runs all the way from the brain to the abdomen, was a prime suspect. And when researchers in Ireland cut the vagus nerve in mice, they no longer saw the brain respond to changes in the gut.

“The vagus nerve is the highway of communication between what’s going on in the gut and what’s going on in the brain,” says John Cryan of the University College Cork in Ireland, who has collaborated with Collins.

Gut microbes may also communicate with the brain in other ways, scientists say, by modulating the immune system or by producing their own versions of neurotransmitters.

“I’m actually seeing new neurochemicals that have not been described before being produced by certain bacteria,” says Mark Lyte of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Abilene, who studies how microbes affect the endocrine system. “These bacteria are, in effect, mind-altering microorganisms.”

This research raises the possibility that scientists could someday create drugs that mimic the signals being sent from the gut to the brain, or just give people the good bacteria — probiotics — to prevent or treat problems involving the brain.

One group of scientists has tested mice that have behaviors similar to some of the symptoms of autism in humans. The idea is that the probiotics might correct problems the animals have with their gastrointestinal systems — problems that many autistic children also have.

In the mice, many of their autism behaviors were no longer present or strongly ameliorated with probiotics, says Paul Patterson at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, Calif. His research will be published soon in the journal Cell.

Experiments to test whether changing gut microbes in humans could affect the brain are only just beginning.

One team of researchers in Baltimore is testing a probiotic to see if it can help prevent relapses of mania among patients suffering from bipolar disorder.

“The idea is that these probiotic treatments may alter what we call the microbiome and then may contribute to an improvement of psychiatric symptoms,” says Faith Dickerson, director of psychology at the Sheppard Pratt Health System.

“It makes perfect sense to me,” says Leah, a study participant who has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. She agreed to talk with NPR if we agreed not to use her full name. “Your brain is just another organ. It’s definitely affected by what goes on in the rest of your body.”

It’s far too soon to know whether the probiotic has any effect, but Leah suspects it might. “I’m doing really well,” she says. “I’m about to graduate college, and I’m doing everything right.”

Mayer also has been studying the effects of probiotics on the brain in humans. Along with his colleague Kirsten Tillisch, Mayer gave healthy women yogurt containing a probiotic and then scanned their brains. He found subtle signs that the brain circuits involved in anxiety were less reactive, according to a paper published in the journal Gastroenterology.

But Mayer and others stress that a lot more work will be needed to know whether that probiotic — or any others — really could help people feel less anxious or help solve other problems involving the brain. He says, “We’re really in the early stages.”

Live & Dried Blood Analysis

Live & Dried Blood Analysis and Your Existing Health Practice

The Huge Potential Benefits Of Adding Live & Dried Blood Analysis To Your Existing Health Practice discussed in this live webinar:

Next Tuesday 20th Sept at 7pm (UK time), register now to attend and/or receive the recording:

A short video where Dr Okker explains some of the benefits of adding live blood analysis to your existing practice along with a question & answer session. Post your questions in or if Dr Okker has time, you can ask them at the webinar.

Please register if you would like a recording sent to you after the webinar.

The History of Live Blood Analysis



In the 1920s, European medical practitioners added a twist to unconventional microscopy when they began looking at dried blood samples, later called the Oxidative Stress Test.

The dry blood spot is considered to be a hologram of the human body, a little like the eye in iridology, i.e. the different rings in the sample represent a different part of the body. Therefore, wherever the abnormality appears in the bloodspot tells us approximately where the problem is occurring in the body.

Another important aspect of this test is that each spot represents a time frame; the first and largest spot of blood taken reflects the current day, the latter spots provide a reflection of the patient’s health, many months or even years ago, and will highlight the deeper seated or chronic issues underlying the client’s current symptoms.

How this historical view works is little understood; however, it has been the observations of many researchers that as a person heals, it is the first and largest blood spot on the slide that corrects itself towards the healthy sample first, followed by the second and then the third, etc., etc., over a period of months, as the patient’s health problems reverse. The patterns that form are observed under the microscope. These patterns provide us with insights into the imbalances present in the organs and systems of the body These observations are cross-referenced with existing medical conditions or signs and symptoms. The resulting patterns seen in the dry blood under microscope brightfield setting reveal a characteristic ‘footprint’ which can be seen in similar cases and, thus, can be indicative of certain generalised pathologies.

For instance, cases of advanced degenerative disease show very poor clotting and minimal fibrin formation with many white ‘puddles’ appearing throughout the sample. In contrast, a healthy control subject’s blood shows a tight, fibrin-rich clotting pattern with no white puddles.

In the 1930s, the head of surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital, Dr H L Bowlen MD, introduced the dry blood test to America. Dr Bowlen learned the dry test from President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s physicians, Drs Heitlan and LaGarde.

In the 1970s, one of Heitlan-LaGarde’s students, Dr Robert Bradford of the American Biologics Hospital in Mexico, began teaching other practitioners how to perform this test. So there is now over 70 years of dry blood testing data by hundreds of healthcare practitioners worldwide.

Although live and dry blood analysis have been in existence for many years, their practice and acceptance in the mainstream of medicine is still very much underestimated or neglected altogether.

Because it is not being taught at medical school is the main reason for this lack of acceptance and GPs don’t have the time or inclination to study further. They are often bogged down with administration and an ever increasing patient load.

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Top 5 – Holiday & Travel Health FAQs

Pain in the abdomen


Can I take my probiotics away with me?

It is recommended that probiotic supplements are kept in the fridge to ensure they remain as effective as they can possibly be.  However, if they are of a high enough quality, they will remain stable out of the fridge for long enough for you to transport them to your holiday destination; just make sure you pop them back in the fridge when you arrive.  If you’re not going to have access to a fridge however whilst you’re away, we recommend taking a probiotic supplement containing saccharomyces boulardii with you as an alternative.  Saccharomyces boulardii is a non-pathogenic yeast which has been shown to support a healthy balance of flora.  This doesn’t need to be kept in the fridge and is a great solution for gastrointestinal support whilst traveling.

I’m worried about travelers diarrhea – is there anything I can take to help?

Saccharomyces boulardii is ideal to take away with you if you’re worried about travelers diarrhea.  It can be used to deal with an acute problem, or as a preventative if it’s something you’re concerned you could be exposed to whilst away.  It’s also useful for antibiotic-associated diarrhea.

I often get constipated when I go on holiday – is there an easy way to deal with this?

Many people worry about a change in bowel habits when they go away.  Both traveler’s diarrhea and constipation are very common.  Some of the most common causes of constipation on holiday are a sudden change in diet, disruption of daily routine, jet lag and dehydration.  Making sure you continue to get enough fibre and plenty of water are important strategies to help prevent constipation, especially if you are traveling to a warmer climate.  In addition, a stick pack of pureed papaya is a useful support that travels well and doesn’t need to be kept in the fridge.  Several trials have found papaya helps to facilitate regular bowel movements and can be a particularly useful support on holiday.

i often suffer from indigestion when I eat out and am worried about this happening more often on holiday.  Is there anything natural that I can take to help?

Indigestion is a common holiday health complaint.  Whilst it’s lovely to try new cuisines, sometimes these can be laden with ingredients that our digestive systems are not used to dealing with.  A natural plant-based digestive enzyme supplement can really help in these situations.  Plant enzymes are similar to those that your body naturally produces and can help to make sure your food is broken down properly and help you to avoid unwanted symptoms of indigestion.

I’m worried about catching bugs on the plane that could spoil my holiday.  Is there anything I can take to help prevent this?

Arriving on holiday with more than you bargained for is a common worry among travelers.  Re-circulated air, cabin pressure and the virtually moisture-free conditions inside a plane cabin can increase your vulnerability to airborne infection.  Whilst there’s little you can do to change the conditions inside a plane, you can be pro-active about maximizing your immune defenses before you go on holiday to decrease your risks of contracting infections that you may be exposed to.  Choose a comprehensive immune support product that contains key nutrients; vitamins A, C, E, D and zinc.  In addition, an exciting new ingredient – beta 1-3/1-6 glucans has been found to be a powerful support that enhances the immune system without over-stimulating it.

Saccharomyces boulardii is available at The Finchley Clinic 

Live Blood Cell Analysis

Live Blood Analysis Training Course Online September 27th 2016

The next online training course will start Tuesday September 27th 2016 at 7pm (UK time)

If you would like to know more about the training course, click here.

Live Blood Online offers a 12 week online interactive training course about Live Blood Analysis. We hold webinars Tuesdays for one hour.

Live Blood Online records all of the live webinar lessons and sends it out after the live lesson. You can watch the lesson as many times as you like, whenever you want as long as you have an internet connection. Good if you are in a different time zone or have to miss a lesson.

We send you 2 wall charts and a 300+ page manual. Live Blood Online also gives you access to the training site with everything you need to know to practice LBA. We also give you membership to the private Facebook page where you can post your findings and improve & learn with other attendees.

You can acquire your microscope during or after the course. Live Blood Online provides the best microscope for LBA at the best possible price.

We ask you to submit 2 test cases for your certificate.
Please find the course outline by clicking here.

You don’t have to have a microscope to take the course. You can start the course and acquire your microscope later.

This is the most comprehensive and detailed online course that will give you the deepest insight to the full capabilities of Live & Dry Blood Analysis. The manuals and course clearly illustrate the correct blood sampling techniques for both live and dry blood analysis with detailed information and a balanced view on all the various schools of thought on live blood analysis.

The course will show you Live & Dry Blood Analysis to its full potential and is designed to get you practicing with absolute confidence and proficiency.
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