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What is it?

By taking a drop of your blood, placing it on a slide to view under an exceptionally powerful microscope, you
can see what the current status of your blood is. The picture of what is seen under the microscope is viewed
on a screen and your live blood cells etc can be seen before the blood coagulates.

What is live blood analysis used for?

Take note: this is not a diagnostic tool but rather a tool that will give additional information about how your body
is currently functioning

  Hypoglycemia, sugar intolerance, pancreas not up to par, diabetes
  Heart pounding, fluttering, tendency toward clotting, thrombosis
  Digestion of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, toxins in colon and small intestines
  Viral activity, which can be quite fatiguing
  Problems from metal fillings, bridges or implants in the mouth, or dead root canal teeth
  Metals from cigarette smoke etc. can cause muscle deterioration, forgetfulness, fatigue, and allergies
  Vitamin C and sulfur-based amino acid levels
  Enzyme and trace mineral deficiency - bowel pockets of hardened food toxins
  Parasite activity in different organs, leaky bowel, anemia
  Hormones low or out-of-balance
  Sore back, neck, shoulders, numb legs
  Tendency to cysts, fibrous areas, undissolved stones, hemorrhoids
  Fungus infestation, often brought on by the use of anti-biotics
  Onset of degenerative diseases, free-radical and toxin buildup
  Immune system deficiency

What is the dried layer test?

The Dried Layer Test (DLT) is a blood test developed in Germany and has been performed for over 80 years.
It involves the analysis of 8 magnified dried layers of a drop of capillary blood that has set on your finger for half
a minute. The 8 layers are allowed to dry out, and they go through a natural centrifugal spinning action as the
blood coagulates.

The location, size and shape of the free-radical and toxin-caused white polymerized protein puddles (ppps) as
seen on color TV (or for half the important dried layer patterns through a magnifying glass) can indicate dozens
of inflammatory and degenerative diseases and problems. This science of looking at disseminated intravascular
coagulation stress in capillary blood has been termed Oxidology by American Biologics in San Diego Cal.

                                                 This blood picture shows poor absorption of nutrients - minerals, enzymes,
                                                 vitamins, amino acids. The grey area in the center is a sign of undigested
                                                 food toxins in the colon and small intestines.

                                                 The picture shown here is only one example of several dozen patterns repre-
                                                 senting problems that can be seen early-on for prevention.

What is the unchanged live blood test?

                                                 In the Unchanged Live Blood Test (UBT), blood is studied, unchanged, using
                                                 optical light modes that illuminate flimsy micro-organisms, fungus, crystals,
                                                 clots, bacteria, cell damage. White cells show the activity and strength of
                                                 the immune system while red cells show their oxygenating strength and how
                                                 elastic their membrane is.
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