The Revealing Truth: Doctor’s Blood Tests vs Live Blood Analysis

When it comes to understanding our health, the blood holds many secrets. While we’re all familiar with getting blood tests from the doctor, there’s another type of analysis that provides a unique glimpse into the microscopic world within us – live blood analysis.

What’s the difference? A doctor’s blood test is focused on diagnosing disease. The blood sample is treated with anticoagulants like heparin or EDTA to prevent clotting. It may also be spun in a centrifuge to separate components like plasma, red cells, and platelets. The treated sample is then analyzed in lab machines that measure and count the various components like red and white blood cells, hemoglobin levels, cholesterol, blood sugar, and tumor markers.

The results are compared against standard “normal” reference ranges that are based on statistical data across populations. If your numbers fall outside of these ranges, it could indicate an underlying condition like anemia, infection, cancer, or other diseases that require further diagnostic testing.

Live blood analysis (LBA), on the other hand, takes a preventative, whole-body approach. During an LBA, a tiny drop of your live capillary blood is collected from a finger prick – nothing is added or removed. The fresh sample is immediately observed under a specialized darkfield microscope that uses oblique lighting to make the cells stand out against a dark background.

With the sample magnified over 1000 times, a trained LBA analyst can observe the actual structure, movement, and behavior of your live blood cells up close. They look for any abnormalities in the quality of the red blood cells, evidence of undesirable forms like rolled up or clumped cells, or the presence of substances that shouldn’t be there like candida, crystals, or proteins.

This analysis provides insights into inflammatory processes, pH imbalances, oxygen utilization, free radical damage, liver and digestive function, and the state of your biological terrain. Essentially, it reflects how well your cells are functioning based on your lifestyle, diet, hydration, emotional state, and environmental exposures – often before disease has a chance to take hold.

The live blood analysis experience itself is fascinating and empowering. As you watch your own blood cells traverse the microscope’s field of view, you’ll likely be amazed by the resilience and dynamism of these microscopic life forces. Yet you’ll also bear witness to the impacts of your habits and choices – perhaps excessive clumping from inflammation, or sluggish cell movement from dehydration.

For me, having a microscope at home has been transformative for my health journey and that of my loved ones. We can monitor our blood regularly, making adjustments to our routines and tracking the cellular improvements over time. There’s nothing quite like seeing your hard work pay off in the form of vibrant, healthy cells with a strong life force.

If you’ve ever felt your body sending you signals that something is amiss despite receiving “normal” results from standard lab tests, live blood analysis could be a game-changer. It bridges the gap between how you feel and what lab reports say, empowering you to take control of your well-being from the inside out before bigger issues develop.

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