What is Live Blood Cell Analysis?
Live Blood Cell Analysis (LBA) is the analysis of living blood under an extremely powerful dark field microscope connected to a camera.
Stress and disease often appear in the blood many years before they manifest as symptoms and signs in the body. Deep infections in the blood can be seen with micro-organisms such as mycoplasma and candida etc., and you may not have a clue that you have these hiding in your blood and draining your energy.
Live blood cell analysis testing enables us to see these early signs in your blood
We see your blood cells exactly as they function inside your body. This enables us to see problems at a deeper level giving a clear picture of your cellular health and immune system.
What does Victoria Taylor do during the LBA test?
One drop of capillary blood is obtained from your fingertip using a tiny sterile lancet. This is then placed on a slide covered with a cover slip to protect it from the air. Your blood is then examined immediately under a very high powered microscope (magnified 1,000 times) and the results displayed on camera, enabling you to view your live blood. In this state we can see your blood cells still interacting and moving around on a video screen. The test takes approximately 30 minutes.
The results are instant; there is no waiting around and the patient gets to participate and understand what is happening inside their own bodies.
LBA is not fully diagnostic, i.e. it is not able to diagnose specific illnesses. No medical test by itself is usually considered diagnostic without supporting tests and/or imaging studies or a physical examination.