Today we as a society suffer from many degenerative diseases that are generally associated with getting older. Over the years we have seen an increase in the development of diseases such as: type 2 diabetes, arthritis, hypertension etc. One was not born with these disease conditions and they are not hereditary, they are solely attributable to diet, lifestyle and the quality of ones red blood cell production.
What is live blood analysis?
Errol Denton explains that Live blood analysis or Nutritional Microscopy involves a tiny pin prick on the finger tip to obtain a few drops of capillary blood. The living blood is then placed on a microscope slide under a high powered microscope connected to a camera. The blood can then be viewed by the Microscopist and client on a video screen. The live blood behaves as though it were still inside the body and can reveal a vast amount of information as to the state of one’s true health at a cellular level. Phenomenon such as: yeast, mould, mycotoxins, immune system function, cholesterol, sugar imbalances, degenerative disorders and much more can be observed. During a typical
session photographs are taken of the blood and the results are given to the client on the same day.
How does live blood analysis differ from a normal blood test?
A conventional blood test which one receives at the hospital or doctor’s surgery is called a Complete Blood Count (CBC). This test requires a needle to be inserted into the arm and a syringe full of blood is removed. The blood is then sent to a laboratory to be analyzed so the results can be expected anywhere between one to two weeks later. The
difference with this test is that half an hour after the blood is drawn from the body the cells are dead. When the blood cells are sent to the laboratory they are then stained, dyed and further changed. The dead cells are then merely counted how many dead red blood cells, how many dead white blood cells etc. A haematologist can tell for example how many million dead white blood cells a person has but this does not accurately denote immune system function. With live blood analysis one is able to see their own white blood cells on a screen collecting bacteria and waste etc. Live blood analysis is the only way to see what is really happening inside a person’s veins and because stress appears in the blood years before it manifests as symptoms of disease in the body it is the ultimate preventative medicine tool. A tailor made nutritional guideline is then given in order to return the blood back to its healthy state.
Who can benefit from this test?
Errol Denton says that all complaints ranging from: Arthritis, Diabetes to weight loss can be successfully treated via live blood analysis. The real advantage of this test is that it is such an empowering tool for the individual because it gives them the ability to take control of their own health through the oldest medicine of all food. In the words of the greatest doctor of all “Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food (Hippocrates). Therefore this test can benefit absolutely everyone.
Healthy red blood cells are the key to perfect health as seen below:
Nutritional Microscopy does not recognise disease as such. It is considered instead that there is only one root cause of all sickness and disease and that is caused by:
“The over acidification of the blood and tissues due to inverted ways of living eating and thinking”.
In other words the difference between disease and good health is merely the difference between clean blood and dirty blood. Seventy five percent of the human body is water.
Ninety percent of blood plasma is made up of water. The blood cells are only as healthy as the water they are bathed in. To use a metaphor if you have a sick goldfish in a bowl would you try to treat the goldfish or change the water it is swimming in?
The correct answer would be to change the water it is impossible to treat the goldfish successfully. The red blood cells represent the goldfish therefore it is about cleaning the internal environment in other words the fluid it resides in i.e. the plasma fluid. Markers for disease potential can be detected early in the blood with live blood analysis. For example the pictures below indicate latent tissue acidosis typically seen in cancer patients or someone with the potential for this disease.
Microscopy has existed for over two hundred years and was founded by Antoine Bechamp. Bechamp postulated the theory of pleomorphism, essentially that bacteria and therefore disease is caused by the cleanliness or lack of it of the internal environment in the blood. Bechamp’s theory split microbiologists into two schools of thought and the monomorphists theory is the one that has subsequently prevailed today. The monomorphist theory that is now the standard is also known as the Pasteurian germ theory after Louis Pasteur. History reveals that Louis Pasteur himself recanted his theory on his deathbed saying that Bechamp was right all along. Testimonials have consistently demonstrated that Bechamp’s theory actually works and can be viewed on the testimonials page of Errol Denton’s website: http://www.livebloodtest.com/case-studies.html
Errol Denton is a Nutritional Microscopist live blood analyst in Harley Street focussed primarily on the creation of healthy red blood cells as this is the key to perfect health. He can be contacted on 020 8498 9898 or www.livebloodtest.com