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Live Blood Analysis - Fatigue

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Tiredness, stress, exhaustion, lethargy, insomnia, lack of mental clarityor chronic fatigue are all ways of saying that you lack energy. Energy is the key word here. If you are suffering from fatigue, it will manifest as red blood cells sticking together under the microscope. Healthy red blood cells on the other hand are round, separate and organised. They reside freely in their own space, repelling one another because they have a negative surface charge.

It is that negative charge that is important as the body is electric just like a battery. In the same way that a battery must be alkaline to function and is acidic when it is spent, so must the body be alkaline. When the blood becomes acidic because too much acidic food and drink have been ingested, this will affect the way the body functions.

Fatigue is probably the major symptom or complaint of an overly acidic body. The toxins produced in an acidic body environment reduce the absorption of protein and minerals, which in turn weakens the body's ability to produce enzymes and hormones. This also interferes with the reconstruction of cells and other necessary components of energy production. The result is fatigue, poor endurance, an inability to add muscle tone, and general weakness.

Many of our clients have successfully overcome fatigue after using food as a medicine. But don’t just take our word for it; read their stories here.

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