Blood analysis is a live cellular assessment of your blood made to determine your nutritional state.
In these modern times, we are bombarded with toxins on a daily basis. In many cases our food quality is poor, and our health suffers from regular exposure to stress and other detrimental factors in our environment.
Blood analysis pulls back the curtain, revealing the specific ways that your nutrition is impacting your health. Once you have this knowledge, we can suggest steps you can take to improve your health and overall wellness.
Will it hurt? No! All we need is a tiny sample of blood, which we get by pricking your finger. You’ll hardly feel it.
Each session lasts one hour and costs $75. Sessions can only be conducted in-person.
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How Can Blood Analysis Help Improve Your Health?
Blood analysis can help you live a healthier life by providing insights into how your nutrition is impacting your health.
Once you have this information, we can help you establish a nutritional plan to address the health issues revealed in your blood and guide you toward living your best natural, healthy life.
Benefits of blood analysis include:
An understanding of the effects certain foods, drinks, and toxins are having on your body and blood
Detection and prevention of underlying sickness and disease
Knowledge of how to take responsibility for your health
Knowledge of your body, its systems, and what they need, including knowledge of ways you can improve your nutrition by increasing your intake of water, whole foods, or other factors
What Can You Expect From Your First Blood Analysis Appointment?
Our goal for every blood analysis session is to reveal slight nutritional deficiencies as well as underlying health conditions, and then help you address them.
Included in your first blood analysis session you will receive:
A live observation of your live and/or dried blood
A written report with the detailed findings from your blood analysis
A verbal review of these findings to help you make a plan to improve your health
Recommendations for foods, exercise, lifestyle, natural supplement, and other modifications you can make to improve the findings from your blood analysis
How Does Blood Analysis Work?
Blood analysis is also sometimes referred to as live blood analysis, live cell analysis, or nutritional blood analysis.
The analysis of blood to identify disease and nutritional issues was pioneered by German physician Günther Enderlein, who first proposed the idea in 1925.
Since then, magnification technology has greatly improved, allowing us to get incredibly detailed findings with even a tiny sample of blood—in fact, in just a single drop of blood you’ll find 5,000 cells, each of which contributes to the life of your body!
When conducting blood analysis, our expert blood analyst Cheryl Howe will make a tiny prick on your finger to collect a blood sample.
After collection, Cheryl places the sample between two glass slides, then places these slides under a magnifying glass, and projects the magnified image onto a large screen T.V. so that you can look over her shoulder as she conducts her analysis.
The magnifying glass Cheryl uses allows her to magnify the blood sample from 8X to up to 100X, letting her—and you—get a close look at your current state of health by closely examining the state of the cells within your blood.
Schedule Your Blood Analysis Appointment
Each blood analysis session is conducted by Cheryl Howe, our expert blood analyst.
Sessions last one hour and cost $75. Sessions can only be conducted in-person.
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We do not directly or indirectly give medical advice or prescribe alternative treatment. We recommend that people contact their doctor if they need a medical diagnosis. We assume no responsibility if anyone decides to use the information provided here to prescribe a treatment program for themselves. Healing is sometimes a slow process, and we suggest that you do not stop taking any medications or alter any existing health protocols you have in place without the guidance of a licensed doctor.
Preferred Appointment Dates and Times are not guaranteed. We will try our best to accommodate your preferred time but it is subject to availability and may change. We will contact you to confirm a time and date for your appointment and confirm if your request can be met.