What is LBA (Live Blood Analysis)?

LBA is different than traditional  medical blood testing in that a single drop of blood taken from a prick to your finger is examined while your blood is still living. Whereas, in a traditional test, your preserved (dead) blood is tested for chemical composition and blood cell counts.

Live Blood Cell Microscopy (aka, Dark Field Microscopy) is magnified 1,500 times under a dark field condensing microscope. 

This instrument is equipped with a video camera so we can review the state of your blood together. Since blood survives for 20 minutes or more on a glass slide, we can observe subtleties that are not possible to observe with traditional medical blood tests. This is why it is an indispensable, powerful tool.

Detectable Conditions
  • Bacterial activity
  • Blood Sugar imbalances
  • Bowel toxicity
  • Candida yeast overgrowth
  • Cholesterol and plaques
  • Congestion of the circulatory system
  • Digestive problems
  • Dehydration
  • Essential fatty acid deficiency
  • Free radical damage and the need for antioxidant protection
  • Food sensitivities
  • Health of red blood cells
  • Heavy metal and chemical contamination
  • Hormone imbalance
  • Inflammation
  • Kidney Stress
  • Liver and Gallbladder stress
  • Low oxygen environment
  • Lymphatic congestion
  • Outer cell adhesion (vitamin C levels)
  • Parasites
  • pH deregulation
  • Poor fat assimilation
  • Strength of the immune system
  • Undigested protein (leaky gut syndrome)
  • Uric Acid Crystals
  • Vitamins, minerals deficiencies (B12, iron, folic acid)
Detecting Nutritional Imbalances

LBA reveals much information concerning biochemical imbalances in the body that can, and probably will, lead to future illnesses. 

It is not a diagnostic that pinpoints specific dis-eases (we don’t look at disease names, we look at underlying conditions to prevent illness or regain optimal health).

it lets us see the various levels of acidity in the blood. Acidity promotes the growth of bacteria, viruses, parasites and trophablast cells (aka, cancer).

Oxidative Stress Test

Oxidative Stress Test is simply a dry bood sample. It complements a LBA session by assessing the level of free radical activity in the body. Excessive free radicals are associated with degenerative conditions that the medical industry give names such as Heart Disease, Strokes, Cancer, Arthritis and many more. The Oxidative Stress Test also will indicate the presence of heavy metals, bowel toxicity, inflammation, and deficiencies.

LBA as a Biofeedback System

Having an LBA with regular frequency (say, once a month) will show you the effects of the lifestyle changes that you are making. As time passes, while you are implementing your healthier, detoxifying lifestyle, you will see the quality of the blood change.

There is much waste floating freely around in the blood of the average person. The blood cells tend to stick together (Rouleau), which is not at all good. Many people take prescriptions to get rid of this stickiness. Unfortunately, it is an unnatural way to change the blood viscosity, most frequently by using a prescription that is actually rat poison (no exaggeration).

By side-stepping the underlying cause of the rouleau, a great disservice is done to the individual. The source of the problem still remains. And, so, more waste continues to build in the bloodstream and elsewhere. This creates greater problems for the individual a little bit later down the road.

Healthy Blood Cells
Unhealthy Blood Cells



  • Digestive Imbalance / Intestinal Stress 
  • Worst stage of protein linkage. Stems from excessive dietary protein and/or lack of proteolytic enzymes. 
  • Irritable bowel syndrome or colitis. 
  • Eating the wrong foods for your blood type, ie, wheat consumption by type O’s and so on…
  • Food sensitivities. 
  • deficient probiotic bacteria.  
  • possibly indicates severe degenerative disease.  
  • possibly excessive stress, coffee, cigarettes, carbonated caffeinated drinks, excessive meat and refined sugar.  
  • inflammation, over-acidity and increased protein level in blood. 
  • Dehydration.  

 Associated Symptoms:

  • Poor appetite, bloating after eating and/or feeling full very quickly.  
  • Acid Reflux after eating.  
  • Abdominal pain or discomfort, flatulence, getting worse as the day progresses.  
  • Constipation and/or diarrhea. 
Individuals with significant Rouleau tend to complain of shortness of breath and fatigue. And, often have cold hands and feet, tingling or numbness. This is because the red blood cells can not pass through the capillaries well, as they are sticking together.