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5 ways that live blood analysis could really help you

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please join us for a short but very interesting webinar to demonstrate and explain how live blood analysis can be of great help in finding health imbalances as well as being invaluable for monitoring the efficacy of treatment and protocols.

 

Register here https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2980910548103803651

 

Here are just 5 of the benefits Live Blood Analysis (LBA) has to offer:

1) LBA (Live Blood Analysis) helps to confirm and better detect imbalances and health issues.

2) LBA helps the practitioner obtain a more accurate picture and decide the best course of treatment.

3) With LBA you are able to monitor the results of any given treatment.

4)  Live blood analysis can show signs of health issues on a cellular level before disease has had a chance to manifest or present with symptoms.

5) LBA gives you a as a practitioner, a very unique and powerful edge.

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

For the 12 week course outline – click here

Get more information on microscopes – click here

For an information pack – click here

Take a look at our FAQ’s – click here

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To enroll – click here

Live Blood Online

Just How Does Live Blood Analysis Help Prevent Disease?

 

We are on week 1 of the September training course and our tutor is
going through some very important information on blood analysis to help students understand what one can and cannot do with this technique and what they will be able to assess by looking at clients’ blood.

We also viewed a few videos on how to take blood samples correctly for live and dry blood analysis and what settings to use on a microscope to view these samples.

 

Our tutor then went on to explain that live blood analysis (LBA) is especially helpful as part of a preventative approach to healthcare and is a valuable test to those who are pro-active about their health.

Many of the so-called preventative measures are really just early detection measures. For example, having a regular blood sugar test is not part of prevention – it will only show an imbalance once the body has failed at all its attempts to regulate the blood sugar.

When you get an abnormal blood sugar reading it is at quite a late stage already and one should really have had preventative measures in place years before the abnormal result.

 

“LBA detects imbalances that may lead to disease and one can then implement measures to help minimise the likelihood of serious conditions developing in the future.”

One of the questions that came was – “Why is the visual impact of LBA so important?

 

“The visual impact of LBA is very important. It was shown in a study that people who were given the actual images of their damaged arteries were significantly more compliant in making changes to their diet and lifestyle than those who only saw the images once.”

“Being able to see the impact of poor dietary and lifestyle choices and to refer back to those images has a very powerful effect on keeping people motivated.

Live Blood Online

Could Live Blood Analysis help you and your clients too?

Watch this short video where our tutor at Live Blood Online Dr Okker explains some of the huge benefits of adding live blood analysis to your practice.

How Live Blood Analysis can help you in your practice

Here are the top 5 benefits LBA has to offer:

  1. Live Blood Analysis or LBA helps to confirm and better detect imbalances and health issues.
  2. It helps you decide the best course of treatment.
  3. With LBA you are able to monitor the results of any given treatment.
  4. LBA gives you a as a practitioner, a very unique and powerful edge.
  5. Live blood analysis can show issues not yet manifested with symptoms.

New Blood Analysis Online Training Course Starting Tue Sept 27th http://livebloodonline.com/

 

If you have any questions about the short video, feel free to email us at info@livebloodlondon.co.uk.
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Live Blood Analysis Course

Live Blood Analysis Course – Choosing The Best Training course

Choosing the best live blood analysis course:

There are a number of live blood analysis courses available, either on line or at training centres. So, how do you choose the best one for you?

Dr Okker from Live Blood Online has been practicing practising and teaching live blood analysis for 15 years now and has trained many successful practitioners all around the world. We asked him for his advice on finding the best training course and what to look out for.

Is the organisation well known and recognised? Choose to train with a well-known establishment that has trained many practitioners, do they have a directory or list of attendees? Is the tutor well known and established?

What is being offered? You should expect to receive wall charts, a substantial and well written manual, good clear, concise training covering naturopathic, pleomorphic and allopathic perspectives. Ask about what on-going support is provided and what will be required for certification. Will the establishment be able to list you as a practitioner who has trained with them? Microscope and equipment advice should be available.

What does the course cover? Make sure the training covers use of the microscope, correct sampling techniques for live and dried/dry blood analysis, all of the anomalies in live and dry/dried blood analysis as well as showing how to join the dots and put it all together to get a clear and precise picture of what is being viewed.

How is it being taught?  Is the training In-House or Online Training? Dr Okker advises that online training has the edge over in-house training for a few reasons; 1) In house training often involves expensive travel and accommodation as well as being tiring when you need to be at your most alert. In-house training courses are very intensive and you need to be alert and ready to take notes or use your memory. 2) Online training offers the huge advantage of being able to study from your home, office or practice at your leisure without the expense of travel & accommodation. Another big advantage is that you are provided with videos of the lessons so you are able to go over the material as many times as you like, a much better way of learning than struggling to take notes and/or remember as at in-house training.

Do they offer help and advice on choosing the right microscope? This is a big investment and the right advice here is very important to avoid any costly mistakes. Does the establishment have a microscope expert on board?

Is Dark field & Bright field microscopy taught? In Dr Okkers view dark field microscopy is superior to phase contrast as some anomalies can only be seen by a good quality darkfield system and not seen by phase contrast.

Ask about your tutors experience: Look for an establishment that has a well-known tutor with lots of experience (preferably a live blood analysis practitioner) as well as being a good teacher.

Certification: Do they provide a certificate after the training course? Is it recognised by insurance co’s?

Accreditation & Recognition; Are they a member of a recognised body or organisation? Look for membership of naturopathic bodies such as the CMA Complementary Medical Association (UK).

Do they offer back up and support? Dr Okker advises to look for training where on-going support is offered after training– maybe through access to a private group, a training site or some form of continuing back-up.

Dr Okker Botha: Masters: Homeopathy (M.Tech. Hom), HID – Naturopathy (SNSH UK) Adv. Nutrition (SNHS UK), Adv. Applied Microscopy for Nutritional Evaluation & Correction (NuLife Sciences).

Dr Okker Botha is a registered homeopathic doctor who has established himself as a leader in Live and Dry Blood Analysis. He is the tutor at Live Blood Online www.livebloodonline.com where the course draws on information from the leading researchers in microscopic blood analysis in the world.

He has over 15 years experience in his live blood analysis clinical practice as well as training many practitioners world-wide in this exciting technique.

Dr Okker 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.”

Due to the lack of comprehensive training in many countries across the world, many practitioners are under-utilizing this amazing technique.

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:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3850601148126702338

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.
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3850601148126702338

Darkfield Microscopy

Dark Field Microscopy

Dark Field microscopy is a microscope illumination technique used to observe unstained samples causing them to appear brightly lit against a dark, almost purely black, background.

When light hits an object, rays are scattered in all directions. The design of the dark field microscope is such that it removes the dispersed light so that only the scattered beams hit the sample.

The introduction of a condenser and/or stop below the stage ensures that these light rays will hit the specimen at different angles, rather than as a direct light source above/below the object.

The result is a “cone of light” where rays are diffracted, reflected and/or refracted off the object, ultimately, allowing you to view a specimen in dark field.

A dark field microscope is ideal for viewing objects that are unstained, transparent and absorb little or no light.

These specimens often have similar refractive indices as their surroundings, making them hard to distinguish with other illumination techniques.

Dark field can be used to study marine organisms such as algae and plankton, diatoms, insects, fibres, hairs, yeast, live bacterium, protozoa as well as cells and tissues and is ideal for live blood analysis enabling the practitioner to see much more than is possible with other lighting methods.

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.
We are members of and approved by The CMA – The Complementary Medical Association – https://www.the-cma.org.uk/Colleges/Live-Blood-Online-1579/
Blood Type

WHAT ARE LECTINS AND HOW CAN WE AVOID THEM?

Parts reprinted with permission from Eat Right For Your Type  by Dr. Peter D’Adamo and Catherine Whitney

Lectins: The Diet Connection

A chemical reaction occurs between your blood and the foods you eat. This reaction is part of your genetic inheritance. It is amazing but true that today, in the twenty first century, your immune and digestive systems still maintain favouritism for foods that your blood type ancestors ate.

We know this because of a factor called lectins. Lectins, abundant and diverse proteins found in foods, have agglutinating properties that affect your blood and the lining of your digestive tract. Lectins are a powerful way for organisms in nature to attach themselves to other organisms in nature. Lots of germs, and even our own immune systems, use this super glue to their benefit. For example, cells in our liver’s bile ducts have lectins on their surfaces to help snatch up bacteria and parasites. Bacteria and other microbes have lectins on their surfaces as well, which work rather like suction cups, so that they can attach to the slippery mucosal linings of the body. Often the lectins used by viruses or bacteria can be blood type specific, making them a stickier pest for people of that blood type.

So, too, with the lectins in food. Simply put, when you eat a food containing protein lectins that are incompatible with your blood type antigen, the lectins target an organ or bodily system (kidneys, liver, gut, stomach, etc.) and can begin to interact with the tissues in that area.

Here’s an example of how a lectin agglutinates in the body. Let’s say a Type A person eats a plate of lima beans. The lima beans are digested in the stomach through the process of acid hydrolysis. However, the lectin protein is resistant to acid hydrolysis. It doesn’t get digested, but it stays intact. It may interact directly with the lining of the stomach or intestinal tract, or it may get absorbed into your blood stream along with the digested lima bean nutrients. Different lectins target different organs and body systems.

Once the intact lectin protein settles someplace in your body, it literally has a magnetic effect on the cells in that region. It clumps the cells together and they are targeted for destruction, as if they, too, were foreign invaders. This clumping can cause irritable bowel syndrome in the intestines or cirrhosis in the liver, or block the flow of blood through the kidneys – to name just a few of the effects. Lectins can also act as ‘fake hormones,’ latching onto the receptor for a hormone and either blocking the normal action of the hormone (this is called an ‘antagonist’) or revving up the hormone receptor non-stop (termed an ‘agonist.’)

Lectins: A Dangerous Glue
You may remember the bizarre assassination of Georgi Markov in 1978 on a London Street. Markov was killed by an unknown Soviet KGB agent while waiting for a bus. Initially, the autopsy could not pinpoint how it was done. After a thorough search, a tiny gold bead was found embedded in Markov’s leg. The bead was found to be permeated with a chemical called ricin, which is a toxic lectin extracted from castor beans. Ricin is so potent an agglutinin that even an infinitesimally small amount can cause death by swiftly converting the body’s red blood cells into large clots which block the arteries. Ricin kills instantaneously.
Lectins are a type of molecular Velcro. On the left is a slide of a normal blood smear. On the right a blood sample after agglutination.
Fortunately, most lectins found in the diet are not quite so life threatening, although they can cause a variety of other problems, especially if they are specific to a particular blood type. For the most part our immune systems protect us from lectins. Ninety-five percent of the lectins we absorb from our typical diets are sloughed off by the body. But at least 5 percent of the lectins we eat are filtered into the bloodstream, where they react with and destroy red and white blood cells. The actions of lectins in the digestive tract can be even more powerful. There they often create a violent inflammation of the sensitive mucous of the intestines, and this agglutinative action may mimic food allergies. Even a minute quantity of a lectin is capable of agglutinating a huge number of cells if the particular blood type is reactive.
Signs that you might be experiencing problems from lectins in your diet:
  • Bloating and flatulence after meals
  • Changes in bowel habits
  • Achy joints and muscles
  • Hormonal fluctuations
  • Skin eruptions
  • Fatigue and tiredness
This is not to say that you should suddenly become fearful of every food you eat. After all, lectins are widely abundant in legumes, seafood, grains, and vegetables. It’s hard to bypass them. The key is to avoid the lectins that agglutinate your particular cells—determined by your blood type. For example, wheat germ agglutinin, the most common lectin found in wheat, binds to the lining of the small intestine, causing substantial reactions and irritation in some blood types – especially Type O.
Lectins vary widely, according to their source. For example, the lectin found in wheat has a different shape from the lectin found in soy, and attaches to a different combination of sugars; each of these foods is dangerous for some blood types, but can sometimes be beneficial for others. In the case of blood type A and soy, the lectin in soy can actually help the immune system keep guard against cellular changes that could go on to be problematic.
Many people with joint problems feel that avoiding the nightshade vegetables such as tomatoes, eggplant, and white potatoes seem to help their symptoms. That’s not surprising, since most nightshades are very high in lectins.

A Few Common Foods That Contain Problem Lectins For Each Blood Type

Type O – Wheat, soy, peanuts & kidney beans

Type A – Lima beans, tomatoes, eggplant & garbanzo beans (chick peas)

Type B – Chicken, corn, soy & lentils

Type AB – Chicken, corn, bell pepper & fava beans

Lectins: A Summary
Lots of information on lectins can be found on the internet. Unfortunately, the great majority of it is either extremely technical or just wrong to some degree or another. One common misconception is that all lectins in foods are inactivated either by heating, or through the process of digestion. This is true, but only to a certain degree. Some lectins, such as the lectins from beans, are usually rendered inactive by slow and long cooking, but this may not result in all lectins being inactivated. Studies have shown that a percentage does tend to resist destruction, despite heating. Other lectins, such as the lectin from bananas, actually become more potent after heating. Digestive juices can inactivate lectins, but many people simply do not have the levels of stomach acid to do this. If you currently suffer from digestive problems, it is more than likely that you have some degree of lectin sensitivity, and following the diet prescribed for your blood type is the best way to start the healing.

Reasons why following blood type diet improves well-being

According to Dr. Peter DAdamo, author of “Eat Right For Your Type” Ninety-five percent of the lectins you absorb from your typical diets are sloughed off by the body. But at least five percent of the lectins you eat are filtered into the bloodstream and can cause different reactions in different organs”.

The blood type diet works because through it, you are able to avoid these harmful lectins.

Avoiding the lectins restores your natural genetic rhythm thereby enjoying health and vitality whilst avoiding unnecessary disease. Your blood type diet follows a clear, logical, scientifically researched plan based on your cellular profile.

 

Live Blood Analysis Training Course

Live Blood Analysis Training Course Online May 31st 2016

The current course just started Tuesday May 31st 2016 at 7pm (UK time)

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

This 12 week live blood analysis training course is an online interactive training course with webinars held every Tuesday for one hour.

You can still join us on this current course as can easily catch up with the recording of lessons 1. The firs lesson was all about using your microscope and the procedure for getting a good sample for your analysis. Read more