Through Live and Dried Blood Auditing we view the terrain of the blood to catch a glimpse of overall toxicity and pH imbalances. Once we determine what your imbalances are together we can begin the journey toward true and lasting health.
If your blood cells are not healthy, this is simply why you don’t feel well too! This does not mean, however, that the writing is already on the wall. There are ways to bring your blood and your internal environment back to a healthy state of being.
What is Live and Dried Blood Auditing?
Live unchanged blood auditing
This is a method of examining the blood before it has died. This is different from standard (dead) blood testing because the blood is still alive and the quality and health of your blood can be clearly seen.
Among other things we are able to see bacterial and viral overloads, parasitic infestations, pH imbalances and nutritional deficiencies.
Dried Blood Auditing
Is an educational tool used to show organ stress including the Kidneys, Heart, Liver, Colon, and much more. We can also see the level of degeneration and free radical stress within the body which may not as yet have manifested as symptoms or illness.
Is this a new idea?
While we are using state of the art technology the idea of live and dried blood auditing has been around since the early 1920’s. Scientists have been studying the hidden secrets of the blood for almost a century and have accumulated data to support this clinical research.
There are four main contributing factors for cellular health:
- Cellular Environment
- Cellular Communication
- Cellular Nutrition
- Cellular Exercise
If providing all of these four factors to your cells is not part of your routine, your cellular health will begin to suffer.
Your Internal Environmentalist is a highly trained clinician with the skills to help you move toward a healthier happier future.
Will it hurt?
We are not the least bit interested in causing you more discomfort but we will have to take a mere 4 drops of blood out of your finger. We promise this will be only slightly more uncomfortable than being bitten by a mosquito at the cottage.
These four drops of blood are then placed on separate slides to be viewed on a large LCD screen via a high-powered microscope.