Pinpointing the exact location of your discomfort


Your blood is a vital component in your overall health. Live blood cell analysis is one of the most important tests to help you achieve optimum health. Your personal live blood microscopy will give you an assessment of your blood and potential abnormalities seen in the blood, such as:

  • Dehydration
  • Nutrient Absorption
  • Vitamin Deficiency
  • Mineral Deficiency
  • Toxins
  • Free Radial Damage / Lack of Antioxidants
  • Fungus-yeast-mold-bacteria
  • Improper Digestion
  • “Internal” Parasites


Your complete health assessment will include the following:

  • Live Blood Cell analysis
  • A visual presentation of your blood
  • Explanation of your analysis
  • Dietary recommendations
  • Nutritional Support Recommendations


The circulatory system is the means which oxygen, nutrients, antibodies, and hormones are transported to the cells to keep them alive and functioning. This is how our blood looks when we are experiencing optimum health. The Erythrocytes (cells) are round and separated and move through the capillaries very easily. The average size of healthy RBCs is 7.2 microns.


This condition is the first sign of cell stickiness and may progress into rouleau if not corrected. Protein linkage is a sign that excessive protein is being consumed or the protein is not being digested completely. As the cells start sticking together it becomes harder for the heart to push the blood through the veins and arteries.


When the blood gets to this condition the amount of oxygen that can be transported is severely diminished. This condition is caused by high fat and protein diets and high acidity. Your blood will look like this if you drink one soda and will stay that way for at least two hours. Because your cells are not getting oxygen you will feel tired, have poor digestion, and skin disorders.


This condition is one step worse than rouleau. This is often seen in people with degenerative diseases. This is caused by undigested fats and proteins and high acidity. Degeneration of tissue always follows low oxygen and acidity. This condition can precede a blood clot which can cause a stroke or heart attack.


What is LBA?

A live visual presentation of your blood to assess or prevent potential unhealthy conditions from further manifestations.

How does a LBA differ from traditional blood-work?

In traditional or conventional blood-work, the hypo-function or disease has to be 30-50% damaged or diseased to appear as “abnormal”.  LBA can detect conditions and deficiencies even before traditional blood work.
Unfortunately we live in a country that is predominantly sick people, so our “average” is not ideal.  Additionally, LBA focuses on improving, healing, and restoring the GI system to optimal levels and thus improving overall health.

What is included in a LBA session?

The LBA includes case history, visual presentation of your blood, explanation of your analysis, dietary recommendations/modifications, and nutritional support recommendations. A 30-45 day follow-up is suggested to review overall improvement and additional necessary support.