Nutritional Cell Analysis

Nutritional Cell analysis, nutritional microscopy or sometimes darkfield microscopy biological terrain assessment – is the analysis of living blood under an extremely powerful microscope connected to a camera.

Your red blood cell condition and quality have a direct impact on our future health. Stressors and diseases can appear in the blood years before they actually come to fruition in the body. Live blood testing allows us to get a clear picture of your health at a cellular level by allowing us to see exactly how it behaves inside your body.

Nutritional Cell Analysis does not lead to a diagnosis. Rather, it finds imbalances in the pH levels in your blood.

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Benefits of the Nutritional Cell Analysis

  • Reduces stress
  • Allows you to view red blood cells, various types of white blood cells, platelets, and blood plasma, just as they function in the body.
  • Any needs and/or deficiencies related to nutrition are easily identified.
  • See health conditions that only Nutritional Cell Analysis can detect.
  • Takes a proactive approach to health. Treat the person, not the illness.
  • Can assist in creation of a nutritional plan allowing you to …
    • Lose Weight
    • Increase Energy
    • Feel Healthier
    • Be Happier
  • Balance your body’s pH.
  • Improve digestion.
  • Reverse the signs of disease and free radical damage.

We have our Live Cell specialists available once a month and have only 10 spots available per visit.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What does Nutritional Cell Analysis Involve?
    Capillary blood, obtained from your fingertip using a sterile lancet is placed on a slide covered with a cover slip to protect it. A very high powered microscope (magnified 20,000 times) is then used to examine the blood immediately after it is taken from the body. The results are captured on a camera allowing you to see your Nutritional Cells with its natural interactions taking place. By analyzing your live blood, you can see first hand any health challenges and/or any nutritional deficiencies you are experiencing.
  2. How does a Nutritional Cell test differ from a conventional blood test?

    There are several ways in which a Nutritional Cell test varies from a conventional blood test:

    1. It involves a tiny non-invasive pin prick to extract a few drops of blood rather than extracting a syringe full of blood through the patient’s arm which can be very painful.
    2. It is instant. Conventional testing is sent out to a haemotologist and can take up to 2 weeks to receive results whereas you see your results instantly with Live Blood Analysis.
    3. It is a qualitative analysis of the blood and because the blood is examined alive it gives a more accurate picture of how the blood behaves inside the body which allows for a clearer picture of a persons health at a cellular level. In conventional testing, the blood cells have been outside the body and are dead. Therefore, the haemotologist is merely counting dead blood cells which have been tainted by dyes and stains.
    4. Conventional testing cannot see if white blood cells (which support the immune system) are functioning properly, Nutritional Cell Analysis can.
  3. What do you get to see in your Nutritional Cell Analysis?
    You will see your Nutritional Cells as they behave naturally inside the body. Healthy red blood cells (homeostasis) are round in shape and are loose and free flowing blood cells. The background should be clear from floating matter (i.e. bacteria, fungus, etc.). You will also see white blood cells (neutrophils) which have crisp, clean borders regardless of what shape they form, and are about twice as large as red blood cells.

    The test will reveal:

    • Relative activity of the immune system
    • Condition of the red blood cells and changes in form and function
    • Relative level of acidity in the body fluids and the effects of these acids on the body
    • General organ ‘stress’
    • Presence of parasites, bacteria, yeast, fungus and mold
    • Blood sugar and hormonal imbalances
    • Malabsorption of fats, proteins and other nutrients
    • Crystalline forms of morbid matter, acids, cholesterol and mycotoxins
    • Degenerative stress and gastrointestinal tract dysfunction.
    • Presence of heavy metal
  4. Is there more than one type of Nutritional Cell Analysis?
    Yes. There are two types of analysis: Live Blood, or traditional microscopy, where the blood has not been altered in any way. This unchanged sample has a lot of variables: what you ate over the past day, how hydrated you are, etc. Therefore, a second follow up of dried blood cells is done. This is called Mycotoxic Oxidative Stress Test (MOST), and allows you to have a complete picture of your blood analysis.