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Live blood analysis, also known as nutritional microscopy, is the science of qualitative blood analysis for the purpose of evaluating health at the cellular level. Since blood is required throughout the entire body and without it we would cease to exist, blood could be called our ‘river of life’. Blood can also be considered as an organ just like the heart, lungs, kidney or liver. Indeed, all of these organs rely heavily on good quality blood to replenish them.

"If the blood is sick you will be too - and fat - regardless of what you look like on the outside.” (Young R O: 2005: p36 The pH miracle for weight loss)

The quality of the blood is vital to healthy, disease-free existence and this is dependent on correct nutrition. Healthy blood pH is 7.365 and the body will do anything to maintain this level, in the same way that it maintains the correct body temperature. When we eat unhealthy or acidic foods the body has to work much harder to bring the pH level back to its preferred alkaline balance of 7.365, thus drawing energy from our bodies which makes us feel sick and tired.

There are two types of analysis involved in nutritional microscopy. The first is called live blood analysis, whereby the blood has not been altered or changed in any way. Because this unchanged sample has many variables such as how hydrated you are, what you ate over the past day or so, a second – dried blood – test is carried out in order to obtain the complete picture.

This is called the Mycotoxic Oxidative Stress Test (MOST), which looks for the acid wastes of yeast and bacteria and where they are settling in the body, causing stress to those areas. By finding out how effectively your blood clots, we can get an idea of your overall constitution. As blood cannot coagulate where acids settle,white puddles or discoloration appear; the size and shape of which represent the severity of cellular disorganisation. The location of these puddles also corresponds to different organ systems. By letting the blood clot for 30 seconds before placing it on a slide we can look deeper into the organs and further back in time, enabling us to view conditions that have been developing over some time.

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