Taking a close look at your blood can give you a lot of valuable information related to your overall health. Live blood analysis (LBA) involves taking a fresh drop of blood and placing it directly under a powerful microscope. LBA uses darkfield microscopy, which means light hits the blood cells from the side instead of underneath. This way, the live cells can be observed and projected onto a screen.

What Information Will I Get?

You get to see a snapshot of your red and white blood cells in real time. While LBA cannot be used to make a diagnosis, many issues can be identified through analysis of blood cell shape and functionality. Your cells will be compared to a healthy specimen to see if there are any abnormalities that could be contributing to suboptimal health and wellness. Here are a few of the issues that can be assessed during your analysis session:

  • Vitamin & Mineral Deficiencies
  • Hormonal Imbalances
  • Undigested Proteins and Fats
  • Immune Functioning
  • Poor Oxygenation
  • Acidity and Alkalinity Imbalances


What Information Will I NOT Get?

LBA can tell you many things, but it has its limitations. It will not provide information on:

  • Specific diseases
  • Blood sugar levels (most accurate with a numerical reading)


What Next?

A Blood Specialist can Explain the Details of Your Blood Sample.
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Your blood analysis specialist with explain the details of your blood sample. By examining your blood, we will suggest alternative approaches to correct any issues or imbalances that were identified. These suggestions may include lifestyle and diet modifications and/or supplements.

These suggestions will be added to your file along with the results from the LBA. Follow up sessions can reveal the efficacy of treatment – you can see how your blood cells have changed from the previous session.

Our blood is the very essence of our inner being. By becoming more connected to the details and intricacies of this life force, you can gain more effectively work toward achieving optimal health and wellness. If you are curious about adding LBA to your wellness practice, contact Pure5 today to book an appointment.