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Live Blood Cell Analysis

What is Live Blood Cell Analysis?

Live Blood Cell Analysis is the observation of live blood cells using a dark field microscope connected to a camera.  Live blood cell testing allows us to see your blood exactly as it behaves inside your body.


This provides a clear picture of your health at a cellular level. 










Healthy Blood                                                Sluggish Blood



The state of your blood cells can have a direct impact on your present and future health as disease often appears in the blood before it manifests in the body.


Seeing is knowing!  You cannot treat what you cannot see.


When you see your live blood for the first time, you will witness the incredible activity that is taking place within you.  Unlike other medical tests, you will sit with the practitioner to observe and discuss what your cells are revealing about your health.  You will begin to understand your specific needs.



Sluggish Blood
Healthy Blood



“It has changed how I live"

Sue. H

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you... you are my angel to help me stay together physically!

You can use my statement below as a testimony to the work you do through the blood of isn't just about the blood but their stories and the reminder to breathe into life.  You are the vehicle to remind us to do this and you do so in love and tenderness

Jacqui D.

Who is it for?

Live blood cell analysis is for anyone who is active in their healthcare.  It is suitable for any age, even children.


How does it work?

A drop of blood is obtained from a fingertip using a sterile lancet. The blood is placed on a microscope slide, covered with a slide cover to prevent drying, and immediately observed under the microscope. A camera is connected to the microscope allowing you to watch your cells on a monitor.


You will be able to see the activity of your blood on the screen. You will see your red blood cells, white blood cells, plasma and what’s in the plasma.  There may be bacteria, yeast, crystals, plaque, and more. How quickly the morphological changes happen can indicate your present health condition.

Preparation for Live Blood Cell Analysis

Fast - do not eat any food or drinks (except pure water) for at least 6 hours prior to your appointment.


  • No juice, tea, coffee, alcohol, or pop. WATER ONLY


  • Bring your 1st morning urine sample for pH testing.


  • Please feel free to bring a snack.


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