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Blood Analysis

Live Blood

1 - Fairly normal blood
Normal Blood

2 - Typical rouleau
Rouleau

3 - Typical excess fibrin (possibly ISAC)
Fibrin

Blood is the river of life that nourishes the fountain of our youth. The brain, heart and all the soft tissue relies on a richly energetic, highly oxygenated elixir as fuel for our daily lives. Essentially it is our diet and lifestyle that influences the vitality of our blood the greatest.

Live & Dry blood analysis allows us to visually inspect the blood for any imbalances or weaknesses potentially forming in the body. Analyzing the blood under a microscope is as old as the microscope itself, and still today blood is one the most studied elements in modern medicine.

How does it work?
We use a lancing device to attain two beads of blood from the tip of the finger. The first drop is placed on a glass slide for live analysis and the second for dry analysis. Then the slides are placed under a high power microscope, which has a live camera attached for both the clinician and client to study.

What are the benefits?
Most importantly, for many people they can see for themselves the dynamic activity going on inside their body for the first time. Many people begin to understand the impact of their diet and lifestyle on their body and begin to grasp the need to commit to taking care of their health.

Truly, by understanding the blood and its terrain one will gain the knowledge to increase their energy levels, improve the immune system, remove any unwanted pain and slow the aging process.

Blood analysis focuses on removing the root cause, rather than simply relieving symptoms.
Blood is a medium for chemicals from our brain to enter into the cells of our body and visa versa. Everything we think, feel, say and do is impacting our health and creating our reality. Therefore, it is clear that we must remove any physical, emotional and mental toxins before they influence our wellbeing.

The leading cause of illness in Canada is lifestyle. This is easily reversible!

Please join us and see how healthy you truly are!

What can I consider checking for?
Check your levels of toxicity, nutrient deficiency, free radical damage, lymphatic congestion, colon catarrh accumulation, sugar imbalance, protein assimilation, heavy metals, adrenal and thyroid weakness, and how well any supplements may be working for you.

We do not prescribe or diagnose but simply monitor improvements or degradations.

How long does it take?
The first consultation and live & dry blood analysis takes approximately 45 minutes to a hour. After the first visit we give our clients 6-8 weeks to adjust the diet and attune their lifestyle. We  then book a follow up live & dry analysis which takes 30-45 minutes.

How much does it cost?
The first consultation and live & dry blood analysis is $150 and the 6-8 week follow up live & dry analysis is $80.

Dry Blood


Normal Blood


Mineral leaching


Adrenal Stress

History of blood analysis:

  • 1590 compound microscope was invented by Hans & Zacharias Jannsen.
  • 1658 red blood cells are first observed by Jan Swammerdam.
  • 1695 red blood cells shape and size are described by Antoni Van Leeuwenhoek.
  • 1843 white blood cells first observed and described to alter in disease, long side RBC‘s by Gabriel Andral and William Addison.
  • 1870 microscopic organisms that instead of dying along with the host organism, help to decompose the being and then create new ones. Observed by Dr. Antoine Bechamp.
  • 1916 the state of microorganisms and the balance of good health in the body as a harmonious whole first described by Dr. Gunther Enderlein.
  • 1931 Nobel Prize won for the discovery of cancer cells only being able to survive in oxygen deprived acidic tissue, by Dr. Otto Warburg

For the last 85 years there has been an ongoing battle between Allopathic medicine and Naturopathic medicine. Both have their place in our world of health and healing. Despite any difference in opinions, humanity is soaring into a new state of wellbeing every year with the continuing study of the blood.