020 8498 9898 Request a Call Back

Live Blood Analysis - Accessibility

Book a Consultation


LBT FZE website has been designed to be as accessible as possible for anyone to use regardless of their computer knowledge or disabilities. We want everyone to be able to gain access to any relevant parts of our site without any challenges. Our Clinic is also wheel chair friendly situated on the ground floor.

If for any reason someone can not get to us in regarding individual disability they can use our online Iridology, which is all online.

We are actively working to increase the accessibility and usability of our website and in doing so adhere to making changes in the future to achieve this goal.

For anyone who may have difficulties with reading the text on this website you can listen and watch our videos about our services and before and after case studies. Go to our homepage to the top bar and click Media.

If it supports you better to be able to see images instead of text then go to the top bar and click case studies this will give you photos of our clients in regards to health and before and after weight loss.

If you look at the site and cannot find what your looking for go to the search box at the top right corner put the word or term in the box.

Getting a response from us

For anyone who has a question it is always best to look through our frequently asked questions section first, to see if your question, has already been answered. If you can not see your answer, then either requested a call back from our Contact Us Page or go to our Online Chat. You can also contact us by telephone or our contact form and then add your question, we will answer you question within 24 hours.

Help with seeing the page

Internet Explorer or Safari allows you to focus the text on a web page to be the size and colour you want. Many operating systems also come with built in screen magnifier that enlarges a part of the page to several times the original size.

Help with your keyboard and mouse

Many people think they cannot use a computer without the use of a mouse. It is possible use keyboard check the user guide of your machine.

Changing text size in Internet Explorer

IE 7 / 8

IE 7 was the first version of Internet Explorer to have a size-change facility permanently on view: the button in the bottom-right corner. This can be used to zoom the whole page (text and images).

Alternatively :

You can also adjust the zoom quickly by holding the Ctrl key down and moving the mouse wheel.

To adjust the font:

There is also an option to ignore the font sizes specified by the page author. Often this will make pages more readable, but not always. You can find it as follows:

IE 9

Internet Explorer 9 is similar to 7/8, but has taken two steps backwards. Firstly the always-visible control has been removed. Secondly the menus are hidden behind the symbol in the top-right corner, whatever it is supposed to be – a ship's steering wheel? a cogwheel? Anyway it's a typical example of choosing superficial "design” in preference to actual usability. On the other hand you can now use Ctrl & '+' and Ctrl & '-' in the same way as Firefox.

IE 6

To adjust the text size (in IE 6 this however only works on some sites):

You can also adjust the text size quickly by holding the Ctrl key down and moving the mouse wheel. This works in the opposite direction to IE 7!

To adjust the font:


In Opera 8 / 9 / 10:

You can control fonts in more detail on the ‘Advanced’ tab.

Opera was the first browser in which one could rapidly zoom in and out on a page with the mouse-wheel: hold the Ctrl key depressed, and move the mouse wheel up or down. Or use the ‘+’ and ‘-’ keys on the numeric keypad, and ‘6’ to return to 100%. In Opera 10, the ‘6’ no longer works; one has to use Ctrl & ‘0’.

In Opera you can also set a minimum text size, so if a site uses some reasonable-sized text and some tiny text, you can force the tiny text to be readable. This is set in the ‘Advanced’ panel, as above.


Firefox offers various ways of setting text size:

This is essentially the same in all versions up until now (version 3.6 at the time of writing). However where earlier versions only adjusted the text size, Firefox now zooms the whole page, in the manner pioneered by Opera.


In Safari one can zoom the text size in and out with Command + and Command - The Command key on a Macintosh is indicated by an Apple or cloverleaf symbol. Or you can use menu View / Make Text Bigger.


Google Chrome has a zoom option: click on the spanner button to the right of the address bar, and this opens a menu which includes a zoom option (which is rather crude, with large steps). One can also zoom with Ctrl & mouse-wheel.

The option to change the default text size is hard to find:

Frankly one would have expected better from an organisation like Google.

Netscape 6/7


There are two ways of adjusting the size, both in the View menu.

View / Text Size allows you to select from five different text sizes. This doesn't work with some (poorly designed) sites.

View / Zoom offers the ability to zoom in and out. You can also use keyboard shortcuts: Ctrl + and Ctrl - (There is also a default zoom setting, which I expected would remember the setting when you next start the browser up, but that doesn't seem to work.)

AOL Browser

The AOL Browser has a chequered history. Not being an AOL member I don't have access to it, and other web-sites have somewhat contradictory information. However the situation appears to be as follows.

Until about 2005 the AOL Browser was based on Netscape, but instead of an Edit / Preferences menu option it had My AOL / Preferences.

More recent versions are based on Internet Explorer. Apparently in version 8 one can not directly adjust the text size in the AOL Browser. One has to start up Internet Explorer itself, adjust the text size there, and then switch back to the AOL Browser. (If you think this is pretty strange, I can only agree with you. Strongly.)

In version 9 things have got a bit more normal, though the text-size adjustment is still rather hidden:

Last updated: 11 March 2012

Try this to make web page text larger or smaller, or select your browser from the links below:

If you have a wheel mouse: hold down the Control key and spin the wheel to make the fonts smaller or larger - this should work on most web sites. Or you can use Control + and Control -

Another option for resizing text is to use the zoom in the bottom right hand corner of IE7. Or use the top menu - View Menu/Text Size - to change the size in Internet Explorer and Firefox.

If you are experience any problems viewing our pages, you can change the setting in your web page browser to change the way the pages are shown on the screen; most browsers allow you to change the font size colour and background colour which can enable you to have a better experience of our website. Here are some general guidelines to help you with viewing our site.

How to make your computer speak text aloud

Start Control and speak

Need to change on words and text

You need windows vista & a mike/speaker(headphone). turn on the speech recognition from ctrl panel. then you can command your system just by saying some commands(system will train you1)..not only this. you don't even have to use your keyboard if you want to type in notepad, document etc. just keep saying it to ur computer & done..:) enjoy its a gr8 feature

Please note; this information below may differ to various windows and the internet explorer or Netscape browsers you make have to modify some of this information to suit your own computer

How to enlarge your text

Internet Explorer

To view web page text larger or smaller

Go to your menu bar across the top of your screen with the following options: File, Edit, View, favourites

Click on view you will see a drop down box. Point size and another box will open, select the size that you prefer. Larger Medium


To view web page text larger or smaller

Go to your menu bar across the top of your screen with the following options: File, Edit, go to communicator, help

Click on view you will see a drop down box. Point to increase to make your text larger

Windows Computer

Go to your star bar which will have several options including settings

Click setting you will see a drop down box- point to control panel. A new window will open on your desktop, Then you will see a file which is called display. Click on this file

A smaller box will open with several tabs at the top. Select the setting which say tabs, In the lower right side of the box you will see Screen Area .move the lever to the left, toward less.

(Please note this will make all the text on your compute a lot larger.

How to change text and background colour

Increase icon size

To make icons on your Windows 7 or Windows Vista desktop larger and easier to see.

Right-click the desktop, point to View, and then click Large Icons, Medium Icons, or Classic Icons (classic icons are the smallest). You can also use the scroll wheel on your mouse to change the size of your desktop icons.

On the desktop, press Ctrl while you scroll up or down.


The Magnifier in Windows 7 includes full-screen and lens modes. Full-screen mode lets you magnify your entire screen and follow your mouse pointer. In lens mode, only the area around the mouse pointer is magnified. When you move the mouse pointer, the magnified area moves with it.

The path to a healthier lifestyle couldn't be simpler...

3 Steps to a better lifestyle

Overall Health Benefits

One consultation could change your life.

See how it can help you

Meet The Consultants

Errol Denton

Certified nutritional microscopist, Qualified iridologist.

Read more about Errol

Rolant Jones

Trainer to the stars

Read more about Rolant

Donna Still

Mind coach

Read more about Donna



Member's Health Club

Our member's Health Club provides contant support to suit your health requirements.

Find out more


Forgot Your Password?

Latest Tweets

Follow us on Twitter

Our Website Uses Cookies Cookies are small text files held on your computer which allow us to give you the best experience possible. By using our website you consent to our use of cookies, some cookies have already been set. Find out more about cookies.