Live and Dry Blood Analysis

realistic red blood cells flowing through artery background

Live blood analysis

Live blood analysis gives a glimpse into the body’s internal environment (terrain), providing valuable information about a great number of imbalances and health concerns. It demonstrates how your lifestyle impacts your health. It acts as a baseline and allows you to monitor treatments effectively.

The process is simple and not very invasive. A small pin-prick of blood is taken from your finger and analysed under high magnification via a specialised microscope.

Various morphologies and abnormalities can be identified, which provides information on underlying imbalances, weaknesses, nutritional imbalances, and the health priorities that are important to the individual.

The insights gained are correlated with other clinical data to enable a deeper understanding of an individual’s health. This supports a specific targeted holistic treatment plan.

It is a tool used to demonstrate how dietary and lifestyle habits may be influencing health and where appropriate adjustments may be necessary to optimise health and prevent the onset of disease. The development of most chronic and degenerative conditions can be prevented with early nutritional intervention. Live blood analysis can detect many nutritional imbalances and deficiencies, believed to be major contributing factors in the pathogenesis of these conditions before conventional blood tests can detect any abnormalities.

Live blood analysis is helpful as part of a preventative approach to healthcare. The blood encounters almost every cell in the body. It carries vital nutrients and oxygen to the cells and waste away from the cells. Thus, improving the quality of blood, improves the quality of almost every cell in the body.

Dry Blood Analysis

Another test used in conjunction with live blood analysis (oxidative stress test) analyses the coagulation morphology, where the coagulation cascade is analysed.

A single drop of blood is pressed onto a slide eight consecutive layers and allowed to dry. This technique uncovers valuable clues to potential degenerative patterns. Through the oxidation of blood cells and toxins present in the blood we can see characteristic patterns due to the fall out of fibrin and other toxic masses. Identifying the parts of the body holding toxins (oxidative stress) and at risk of degenerative disease.

Live and dry blood analysis may detect many hidden imbalances including:

  • Nutritional deficiencies
  • Antioxidant levels
  • Mineral imbalances
  • Immune weakness
  • Adrenal stress
  • Hydration levels
  • Acidity
  • Digestive imbalances
  • Liver stress
  • Kidney stress
  • Oxidative stress
  • Circulatory congestion & poor tissue oxygenation
  • Cellular fatigue
  • Lymphatic congestion
  • Anaemia
  • Bowel toxicity & inflammation
  • Chemical & heavy metal toxicity
  • Yeast candida

No food to be consumed 2 to 3 hours prior to testing (water only).

It is important to understand that this technique is not a diagnostic procedure for any specific disease.