Significance of Food


What is Live and Dry Blood Analysis? It is a unique method of examining and analysing Live and Dry Blood under a microscope. It allows you to see nutritional and biochemical changes in the blood. It can show you what your blood cells look like, explain what it means, and teach you how the different forms affect your health.

Nutritional Blood Analysis is an assessment tool for evaluating the state of one’s overall health. This method of analysing blood from a patient allows the practitioner to gain information about the terrain, the nutritional status, immune system and oxidation status.

In live blood analysis, a small drop of blood is taken from the fingertip and placed on a slide under a Phase Contrast Microscope. The patient and practitioner would view the blood cell ‘live’ on a computer screen. The blood sample is not changed or altered in any way. This allows us to view the blood as close to how it would be in the body as is possible. This is not a diagnostic tool, but rather an insight into changes to the optimal health of the blood. By better understanding this we can work out what the underlying causes of symptoms may be.

Dried blood analysis, also known as a Mycotoxic Oxidative Stress Test (MOST), can identify signs and patterns that may present as health challenges now and in the future. The colour, integrity, protein patterns and acid/alkaline balance can be seen in this test. It allows the practitioner to better understand what we must prioritise in the treatment plan as well as what organs and systems may be affected.

With Live and Dry Blood Analysis you get to see LIVE what your health looks like on the inside. If your blood cells are unhealthy, symptoms will present itself in many forms such as weight gain, fatigue, skin conditions etc. By analysing your blood, you can start to make some simple changes to correct any imbalances – the results will show in how you feel and look.