Although diseases themselves cannot actually be seen under a microscope, live blood analysis allows for an observation of irregular patterns in the blood. These irregularities can allow disease imbalances to occur over time. Through this analysis, modifications can be made to correct these irregularities before disease can develop.
Live blood work involves magnifying a single living drop of blood, taken from the fingertip and immediately placed onto a slide for analysis. With the aid of a video camera and monitor, the client will see their test results immediately on the screen as the practitioner is completing the analysis.
The live blood thus acts as an educational “feedback mechanism”, motivating people to improve their diet, perhaps with the addition of nutritional supplements. Positive changes in the structure of the blood cells can be viewed over time, usually a period of months, as improved nutrition impacts the blood.