Live Blood Analysis


Each visit includes the taking of a blood sample, examination and report.


Booking Deposit | $25

Initial Consultation & Live Blood Analysis Testing | $140
Blood Type Testing | $20

All sessions include a report and suggestions to reverse specific conditions determined from your live blood analysis.

Imagine being able to glimpse into your body and see your cells. With Live Blood Analysis we are able to do just that! Using a high-powered microscope we can project your live blood cells onto a screen so you can see for yourself the state of your cells and their environment. This modern technology allows you to see how your current choices affect your well-being on a cellular level. With this knowledge, it’s easier to make strategic decisions about your health!

We can tell a lot about your health by looking at your cells. Diet, lifestyle, illness, and your environment affect red blood cells, white blood cells, and plasma in a visible way.

Just one drop of blood can give indicators regarding:

  • Food Metabolism,
  • Digestive Issues,
  • Fatigue,
  • Weight Problems,
  • Bacteria and Parasite Levels,
  • Hormonal Balances,
  • Immune System Health,
  • Yeast Imbalance/Acidosis,
  • Liver Condition/Stress,
  • Detoxification Functions, and
  • Environmental Sensitivities

We look at variations in size, shape, ratio, and structure of red and white blood cells, platelets, and other blood structures. With these findings, I can create a customized diet and lifestyle plan that targets your individual needs. As you achieve better health, we can view the improvements together in real time!

FAQs - Common Questions About Live Blood Analysis

What you should expect from your first treatment.
During your first visit, you will fill out a health history form and we will have a discussion about any health concerns you may have. Following this I take the sample. I require one small drop of blood for the live blood analysis which we get by a small prick on your finger. This goes on a glass slide and is then viewed on a monitor.

Using the same location, I use a second drop of blood on another slide, touching it to their finger eight times, getting eight "layers" or drops. These we let dry.

First, we look at the white blood cells for any anomalies and then zoom in on the red blood cells. Afterward, I apply pressure to the slide to break up the red blood cells. This allows any irregularities or growing parasites into the plasma which allows easier viewing. After we move on to the dry blood samples. With the dry, we look at each of the eight layers, again looking for certain patterns that can indicate either a healthy system or dysregulation.

With this information, I assess your overall health and make recommendations for improvement.

I focus on nutritional changes since this is the best natural way to improve your health. I may recommend supplements, but I do not carry any myself so you are free to shop at the health food store of your choice.

I always recommend a follow-up appointment so we can see how the body is reacting to the changes and see if there are other areas that need improvement.

Can Live Blood Analysis diagnose disease?
Live blood analysis is not a diagnostic procedure for any specific disease. It is a tool used to demonstrate how dietary and lifestyle habits influence well-being on a cellular level.

It is especially helpful as part of a preventative approach to healthcare. Many chronic and degenerative conditions can be prevented with early nutritional intervention.

How will I know if I have healthy blood?
Each person’s blood tells a story. The state of your blood’s health will fall into one of four phases. With each subsequent phase, the white and red blood cells are further damaged.

Regulatory Phase
Blood looks normal corresponding to a healthy state.

Congestive Phase
A high number of irregularities are present indicating an imbalanced pH, poor diet, and/or toxicity.

Deposition Phase
Irregularities in the blood are apparent, showing that the system has been dysregulated for a long time.

Degeneration Phase
Clear evidence of advanced parasitism and many abnormalities. This is connected to long-term degenerative disease.

How do irregularities in the blood affect the rest of the body?
The human body has trillions of cells that need blood to bring nutrients and oxygen and remove waste products. When red blood cells are anything other than perfect in shape, structure, and elasticity their ability to travel and deliver oxygen and nutrients is severely compromised. Blood imbalances can affect organs and tissues and lead to a disruption of normal processes in the body. This can cause low energy, fatigue, and feelings of uneasiness. Having high blood quality is vital to keeping your body healthy and disease-free.

How can someone clean or improve their blood?
If through analysis you discover you have an overgrowth of yeast or parasites in your blood, don’t panic: it is reversible! Through nutrition, possible supplements, and lifestyle changes, clients can reverse the damage and clean their blood. All it requires is your commitment to change, and the results are significant and life-changing.

How important is healthy blood?
It’s hard to overlook the importance of blood as part of the human body. It aids the body with various functions, including:

  • Moving oxygen from the lungs to the cells,
  • Removing waste like carbon dioxide, lactic acid, and toxins from the tissues,
  • Delivering nutrients like amino acids and glucose to the cells,
  • Carrying water to all organs and tissues,
  • Circulating leukocytes and antibodies to improve immunity,
  • Repairing broken skin with coagulation,
  • Maintaining normal pH levels between 7.35 – 7.45,
  • Regulating core body temperature, and
  • Assisting in hydraulic functions in the body.

Blood contacts almost every cell in your body. If you improve the quality of your blood, you can improve the quality of the cells your blood contacts.

What can I learn with Live Blood Analysis?
With analysis we can:

  • Learn the activity level of the immune system,
  • See the condition of the cells and individual organs,
  • Test for acid/alkaline imbalances (pH testing),
  • Detect parasites, yeast and fungus, and
  • Notice signs of blood sugar imbalances and vitamin/mineral deficiencies

With so much competing information out there, many of us aren’t sure what exactly we need to do to improve our health. Live Blood Analysis is concrete evidence of the state of your health and provides a roadmap for giving the body what it needs. It takes the guessing out of the equation.

Everyone’s diet can use a little improvement. As you make changes, the results are evident in your blood. It’s fascinating that we can view these changes and make the right choices for a long, healthy, and vibrant life.