Let me be the first to tell you that Live Blood Analysis using Dark Field Microscopy is highly disputed. It is based on the observations and interpretations of the practitioner and has limited scientific acceptance, especially within the allopathic arena. This dispute has existed for over 50 years and is unlikely to change.

The observations during a Live Blood session are thus general and are in no way intended to diagnose or replace the findings of a medical doctor. The information shared simply provides insight into your body in action as it deals with your present lifestyle.

So what is the value?

Live Blood Analysis using Dark Field Microscopy provides the visual insight that offers guidelines for nutrition, supplementation and lifestyle changes. Some experts such as Dr. James Privitera, author of “Silent Clots – Life’s Biggest Killers”, Dr. Guenther Enderlein, and Thomas Riddick, a chemist and advocate for the Zeta Potential, would agree that changing the milieu within the blood is first and foremost for promoting balance within.

Based on years of observing blood and affecting change using targeted nutrition and supplementation, I am more than convinced of the value of Dark Field Microscopy to identify pleomorphisms. The information gathered after observing blood serves as a valuable and powerful initiator of change.

This modality is no way intended as the be all and end all. It is merely a piece of the puzzle, albeit a valuable one.