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Live Blood Analysis - How is it different?

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How is it different?

Live blood analysis is a revolutionary technique that enables both the microscopist and you to observe and analyse the characteristics of your blood – there and then.

Other benefits of live blood analysis include:

In addition to the live blood test, we also perform dry blood analysis using the Mycotoxic Oxidative Stress Test (MOST). A drop of your blood is placed on a slide and allowed to clot for 30 seconds. Abnormal conditions can be easily identified in the way the blood clots. In particular, the presence of sialic acid can be indicative of several disease conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, heart attack and stroke. In addition, current conditions such as hormone and sugar imbalances, digestive dysfunction and organ stress can be detected.

A live and dried blood test is definitive and will support other medical testing.

Your health is entirely your responsibility because you are what you eat, drink and think. These simple blood tests allow you to take responsibility for – and control of – your own health by changing your nutrition and lifestyle in order to prevent disease.

Take the first step today by booking an appointment for your Live Blood Test.

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