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Live Blood Analysis - How does it work?

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How does it work?

pricked fingerThe test is carried out by extracting a minute amount of capillary blood from your fingertip and placing it on a microscope slide which is covered with a cover slip to protect it from the outside elements.

The quality and condition of your blood cells is then observed through a high powered microscope (magnified 20,000 times) and relayed to a video monitor.

You will be able to see live on the screen the quality of your red blood cells, the activity of your white blood cells, and whether there are bacteria, yeasts, moulds or fungus present. Any uric acid, breast imbalances, parasites, vitamin deficiency, heavy metals, organ stress (liver, cholesterol, kidney, pancreatic, prostate, ovarian, breast) or imbalances associated with degenerative conditions will also be detected. In addition, you will receive an overall picture of how you have been living, eating and thinking over the past 120 days.

By observing and monitoring metabolic function or dysfunction, live blood testing removes the guesswork from diet determination and the selection of appropriate foods, drinks and exercise.

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