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What does Live blood tell you?

What does Live blood tell you?

Live Blood Analysis is a simple procedure for obtaining a quick and accurate assessment of your blood. Darkfield microscopy now allows us to observe multiple vitamin and mineral deficiencies, toxicity, and tendencies toward allergic reaction, excess fat circulation, liver weakness and hydration status.

Do live blood tests work?

There is no scientific evidence for the validity of live blood analysis, it has been described as a pseudoscientific, bogus and fraudulent medical test, and its practice has been dismissed by the medical profession as quackery.

How does live blood cell analysis work?

Live blood analysis involves taking a small drop of blood by pricking a finger with a sterile lancet. The blood drop is placed on a microscope slide, which is then quickly covered with a cover slide. The slide is then viewed under a powerful microscope and the magnified image can be seen.

Can you see parasites in live blood analysis?

Some parasites can even enter the body by traveling through the bottom of your feet. We see them every day in Live blood cell testing. Parasites can cause a myriad of symptoms, only a few of which are actually digestive in nature. In live blood cell microscopy we zoom in to your blood using a high powered microscope.

How accurate are dried blood tests?

Close to 95% of dried blood spot samples were successfully checked in the lab compared to only 54% of samples returned using mini tubes. There was a lower rate of false positives using dried blood spots for both HIV and syphilis.

Can live blood analysis detect parasites?

What happens if you touch dry blood?

Simply touching blood – even dried blood can be extremely dangerous. What appears to be “dry” blood may, in fact, have only been spilled hours before and therefore still have pathogens in it that are infectious. In the right environment, it could even still pass along diseases including HIV and more.

Why is dried blood sample done?

Unlike ELISA testing for HIV-antibodies in the blood, which may be transmitted to infants in pregnancy independently of the virus itself, dried blood spot testing can be used to detect genetic material of the actual virus, thereby avoiding the likelihood of a false positive result.

How is cholesterol measured in a blood test?

After the blood sample is taken, it’s analyzed in a laboratory, where the levels of HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol and triglycerides are measured. (If you don’t fast, only the values for total cholesterol and HDL cholesterol will be usable.) Your test report will show your cholesterol level in milligrams per deciliter of blood (mg/dL).

What are cholesterol test results made of?

This component of your test results is actually a composite of different measurements. Your total blood cholesterol score is calculated by adding your HDL and LDL cholesterol levels, plus 20 percent of your triglyceride level.

What is total cholesterol and LDL?

Your total cholesterol level is the overall amount of cholesterol found in your blood. It consists of: low-density lipoproteins (LDL) high-density lipoproteins (HDL) triglycerides. LDL is also called “bad” cholesterol because it blocks your blood vessels and increases your risk for heart disease.

How do LDL cholesterol levels affect my risk of heart disease?

LDL levels are one factor among many to consider when evaluating cardiovascular risk. Talk to your doctor about your LDL cholesterol level as well as other factors that impact your cardiovascular health. A diet high in saturated and trans fat is unhealthy because it tends to raise LDL cholesterol levels.