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Live Blood Cell Analysis Explorations

I just signed up for an appointment for Live Blood Cell Analysis. I've never had this process done, but I've heard a lot about it and I'm curious how my blood will score.

I have full intention of recording the entire process and writing a blog posting about it afterwards. Let's see if this is something readers of WLIR could benefit from having done.

Question: Has anyone had this done before?

Here's an email I just got from Live Live, the raw food organization, located in New York City, that's hosting the Live Blood Cell Analysis session with Nutritionist Rick Panson, a Nutritional Microscopist and Research Associate of Dr. Young.

Following are some dietary recommendations for the best results of your test. They are not rules, they are guidelines.

FOODS/DRINKS TO AVOID 12-24 HOURS BEFORE

  • Sugars, starches, and carbohydrates (these inhibit the immune system'sactivity of the white blood cells).
  • High sugar fruits and roots or veggies (also avoid fruit smoothies or juices... too much sugar).
  • Acidic foods/drinks  (except lemons, limes and sour grapefruit is ok)  No vinegar of any kind.
  • All animal products (including bee products).
  • All dairy products.
  • All nuts (especially p-nuts, cashews and pistachios).
  • Any processed foods (anything that is not found in nature).
  • All caffeine and junk food.


FOODS YOU CAN CONSUME FREELY 12-24 HOURS BEFORE

  • Lots of Purified water (with lemon or lime if you like).
  • Vegetables and vegetable juices or veggie smoothies.
  • Salad greens (no vinegar, substitute lemon juice instead).
  • Avocados, raw tomatoes, cucumbers are all alkalizing.
  • Salt and oil (olive, coconut, flax, primrose) are OK.
  • Live sprouts, wheatgrass and sea vegetables.
  • Green powdered drinks.

NUTRITIONAL MICROSCOPY: (Educational demonstrations for research, observation and monitoring health). Live and Dried Blood Demonstrations are used to observe and monitor metabolic function or dysfunction, thereby taking the guesswork out of diet determination and the selection of appropriate supplementation.  Where standard laboratory tests are generally quantitative (how many cells are there?), Nutritional Microscopy is qualitative (what is the condition of the cells and the quality of the surrounding fluids).  One can have the right number of cells, but, what is the impact if they are all disorganizing due to an over-acidification of the blood and tissues or the excessive presence of bacteria, mold, fungus and yeast.

The Microscopist and client can see the characteristics of the clients blood live on a video screen (computer monitor).  This process gives current and past information, as it pertains to the biological terrain of the client (stress appears in the blood sometimes years before it manifests as symptoms).  This information can assist the Microscopist and client by:

  • Giving early warning of possible upcoming challenges.
  • Showing patterns of disorganization.
  • Alerting to the advisability of medical referral.
  • Monitoring a challenge (imbalance) before and after regimes.
  • Determining the effectiveness of various therapies/diets/supplements.

Comments

Penni

I want to do this....can you give info on how to set an appointment. I'll be in the city next month. Thanxs, Dru!

Karen Knowler, The Raw Food Coach

I blogged about my reading a week or so ago, check out the cancer shot as well as the textbook rouleau and my blood after 9 days on predominantly fruit. Fascinating stuff!
http://karenknowler.typepad.com/living_in_the_raw/2006/07/your_blood_neve.html

Cia

I did this live blood test and it showed that I did not have Candida yet I did another blood test with Immuno Labs in Florida the following week and it showed that I had a strong systemic case of Candida so I am not sure which one is accurate.

Nicky J Pearce

I can tell you why, one lab picked it up and yet another didn't. Its simply because they are both just guessing. If you had any micro-organism in your blood you would be very ill indeed. Any foreign body that gets into the body, will be destroyed by either binding of antibodies, or engulfing by white blood cells. Therefore to have something roaming around in your blood that is not your own, and identifies as your own, will eventually destroyed by your bodies immune responses, whether they be biochemical e.g. antibodies or cellular e.g. the white blood cells as I said previously. I suggest you therefore take anything these people say, with a pinch of salt. I'm a holistic therapits, but I'm also medically qualified. Live blood analysis has a place, but only one that is evidence based, and not one that is made up heresay.

Dr.M.Jones

Was doing research over the years on the blood and ions,etc.I came across an Ionizer that was so powerful that it could change human blood in 10 minutes!
It is called Taki Ion Medic as it is medically patented in Japan where it was created.The Japanese tested amnt similar devices and none had ant effect on the blood.
They have the patient sit in front of the Taki for 10 minutes or about two feet away.
I luckly found the N.American supplier or dreamous.com They sell for about 2,500 $ in Japan and Asia,so I kept searching!
This device even changed my sleep and I require less sleep.Quite remarkable those Japanese.

livebloodfan

I do not know anything about this practitioner. But, I have been seeing mine for about 10 years. Most recently this month. I use her in addition to my regular doctor, and she has been very helpful in giving me direction as to what to research further. For example, where she saw shortages in my Omega 3 intake, so did the traditional medical blood test. I have referred many friends to her over the years. Those who used her to compliment their traditional medical doctor have been very happy with the results.

As regards the criticism that these practitioners find something wrong with everyone to sell them supplements, as the wikipedia article indicates, my practitioner does not sell supplements. So, I know she is not in it to make a buck on that, . Also, I have sent people to her where she has not seen any real problems with their samples. In my limited experience, the people who do not have problems are the ones who have low stress levels. There aren't very many of us who can claim to have little or no stress, and we all know that stress has a negative impact on our health. So, of course, problems will be found for most of us. In the extreme of being able to identify cancer or something like that, I don't know anyone who has had that experience and she has never anecdotally mentioned anything like that to me. But, she is able to help with energy issues, thyroid issues, and sugar/candida issues. At a time when no doctor (despite seeing several) were able to help me with my deteriorating health, she was able to offer recommendations to me that made a huge difference in my life.

I would agree that results may not be perfectly replicated. But, then again when objective analysis must be done by anyone, be it the live blood analyst or a medical doctor, it depends on the skills of the viewer. Since live blood analysis is all about looking at the sample and being able to identify what you see when you see it, the information is only as good as the analyst. My analyst will tell me what foods to eat to improve my health, and if I am too lazy to eat right, she will tell me which supplements to take.

I think the fee for this service should be in line with what you would pay for any alternative healthcare service in your area (chiro, acupuncture, massage).

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Can Live Blood Cell Analysis really be trusted or is it a load of ..cod wollop......

Andrea

The fellow who does my live cell work (many years, now) is a homeopath and a G.P. He went into it because he and some members of his family had conditions that mainstream medicine couldn't treat.

Same with me. I had a condition for five years. He did the analysis, recommended some short-term pills, and a long-term diet. Within 6 weeks I was feeling better; within 3 months I was cured!

Since these practitioners aren't regulated, I think the key is to find someone who is recommended. A health food store owner pointed me in the right direction.

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I suggest you therefore take anything these people say, with a pinch of salt. I'm a holistic therapits, but I'm also medically qualified. Live blood analysis has a place, but only one that is evidence based, and not one that is made up heresay.

Alex

I am highly professional and experienced doctor of natural medicine, live blood analysis provider, and massage therapist. Currently living in Canada but seeking a chance to move and work in the USA. Let's cooperate. Alex

Maria

So Alex What is your opinion about this live blood cell testing? I am very interesting in finding out. Because I would like to try it . At this point I am very frustrating with the traditional medical professionals.

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