Hello, nice to meet you 2016! We are back to that time of year – new years resolution – and jumping back on the healthy bandwagon after pounds and pounds of indulging over the holidays. While you’ll find no shortage of tips on how to accomplish your goals, I’ve got a tool that will blow your mind and give you immediate, live feedback to help you get back on track this year. So, what is it?
Live Blood Cell Analysis!
This sound, scientific, assessment tool, will help you understand what’s going on inside your body and give you an entire picture (literally) of your overall health.
Think of your bloodstream like a river, it transports oxygen, nutrients and other life-giving agents throughout the body to maintain health. It is also the medium of detoxification, delivering cellular waste to the liver and kidneys for elimination from the body. By its very nature, blood can serve as a predictor of overall health and provide an indication of illness well before symptoms appear. This tool is highly valuable in the early assessment of environmental sensitivities, imbalanced hormones, compromised immunity and other conditions, months or even years before traditional medical diagnosis.
For instance, live blood cell analysis can reveal:
- Distortion of red blood cells which reflect nutrition status, especially low levels of iron, protein, vitamin B12, folic acid and fatty acids.
- Incomplete or delayed digestion of fats and proteins indicating digestive health
- White blood cell activity indicating immune status
- Liver stress and undesirable bacterial and fungal by-products …
All of which could be contributing to undesirable symptoms and complaints that keep you from thriving on a daily basis. The live blood thus acts as an educational “feedback mechanism,” motivating you to improve your diet and lifestyle.
How does it work?
Live blood work involves magnifying a single living drop of blood, taken from a fingertip prick, to 1,000 times or more under a microscope. The cells of the blood live for at least 20 minutes and with the aid of a video camera, are observed on a monitor, revealing certain subtleties missed by laboratory blood tests.
How is it different from a traditional blood test?
Live blood analysis differs from traditional medical blood testing in which the latter preserves blood, which is then sent to a laboratory for an “autopsy” and analyzed for chemical composition and cell counts. In traditional laboratory tests, preserved blood must be stained in order to see certain cellular structures. When live blood is viewed with a microscope with a darkfield condenser, the process gives a highly contrasted image so that live material can be easily viewed. As improvements occur in nutrition and lifestyle habits, positive changes in the structure of the blood cells can be viewed over time, usually a period of months.
Why haven’t I heard of this before?
Although live cell microscopy was invented over 140 years ago, only with the recent advent of a video camera and monitor, did it become possible for the client to become involved by observing the immediate test results on the screen. This expanded technology is mainly responsible for the growing popularity of a live blood test.
Start your year with a picture of your health to help lead you in the right direction, keep you accountable and motivated to make this your best year yet.
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Resource: Lynne Hinton, RNCP & Marlene Marshall, RNCP – Health House