Your blood plays a vital role in carrying oxygen, autoimmune agents, nutrients, and more, all across your body to keep everything running normally. It’s also responsible for moving toxins and waste products to the liver and kidneys, which work tirelessly to eliminate waste products from the body. In short, our blood is one of the most valuable indicators of anything going wrong in the body, allowing an experienced analyst to get an advanced look at potential issues well before symptoms present themselves. That’s why we use a live/dry blood analysis to identify all kinds of possible health issues—including nutritional deficiencies.
Different from a pathological blood test, a live/dry blood analysis is a much more holistic approach. A blood cell analyst will take a sample from a patient and immediately place it under a high-powered microscope without any adulterants. The analyst will take a look at the blood on the spot, and do a comprehensive analysis of the blood’s movement, white blood cell count, any microorganisms present, and any other observable host markers.
Why using a blood cell analysis helps identify nutrition issues
This preventative approach to blood analysis and healthcare can be hugely beneficial in uncovering deficiencies of certain nutrients in our patients. A live/dry blood analysis can find a number of these deficiencies and problems, including:
- Evidence of poor digestion, leading to your body not getting the optimum nutrition from the food you eat
- Deficiencies of various vitamins and minerals
- Iron deficiency, which can lead to anemia
- Toxicity of the liver or bowels
- Excessive levels of toxic heavy metals
- High cholesterol
- Excessively high blood acidity
This is only a short list of some of the irregularities an experienced blood cell analyst can find through an analysis of your live blood. The beauty of this process is not only in its holistic attitude to medical testing, but also in its transparency. After you give your tiny blood sample to the analyst, it’s placed under a microscope, which projects the image onto a screen for both the professional and the patient to see. This way, your analyst can not only tell you about deficiencies, conditions, or other potential issues, but actually point to the signs they see in your sample. Whereas a pathological blood test is sent away to a lab, and you simply receive an outline of the analysis’ findings, you are made a part of the live/dry blood analysis process.
Living Your Best Life
At Best Life Holistic Services, we believe in helping our patients heal naturally in order to live life to its fullest. After all, it’s your own body, and you deserve to physically see the markers of potential health issues. You’ll not only understand why certain deficiencies can lead to a more serious health issue down the line, but you’ll also be able to rest assured knowing that we have your overall holistic wellness at the top of our minds.
If you have more questions about what kinds of nutritional deficiencies can be identified via a live/dry blood analysis, or you’re ready to get started with your first session, please contact us today!
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