How Live Cell Morphology can help you
By: Christopher Hall CWK
Our blood is a sacred fluid that carries life to each and every cell in our body. Our life energy is primarily in our blood. Every part of our body requires blood in order to function. Our blood carries all the nutrients we eat to our cells. So it stands to reason that we can properly assess our diet and nutritional health by examining our blood cells.
There are several ways to examine blood cells, Brightfield, Phase Contrast and Darkfield Microscopy. Stains can be used to identify certain strains of bacteria. Parasitized blood cells can easily be seen. Fungus or yeast can be seen moving around within the blood.
The blood cells themselves tell a story about your health. White Blood Cells and Red Blood Cells should look very healthy. Some may be oddly shaped, sometimes from free radical damage, sometimes from the lack of key vitamins and minerals. Dehydration, liver, colon and kidney toxicity can easily be seen. Certainly information of this level of importance is very valuable.
Live Blood Analysis sessions are affordable and very fun. A very small drop of blood is all that is needed, even small children are not bothered by the process. The microscope is attached to a camera which projects the images onto a TV monitor so they can be easily seen. I then burn the images onto a DVD disc for you to take home. This is a fun, exciting way to check the health of the entire family.
It’s amazing to see what happens to the blood after a series of Oxygen treatments because of oxygen’s ability to oxidize the undigested food by-products which may be found in the blood stream. Oxygen also helps to thin the blood improving micro-circulation thru out the entire body. Oxygen also opens up the detoxification pathways which our body can then use to purify itself. Oxygen kills bacteria, fungus & mold. Oxygen stimulates the immune system and regulates it’s function.
The effect of our body’s ability to digest the food that we eat is seen directly within the blood stream. Lack of proper digestion can lead to many serious health problems. The red blood cells (RBC’s) are our “transportation vehicles” when it comes to carrying nutrients & oxygen to our cells. They also carry carbon dioxide and waste by-products out of the body. The way the RBC’s are designed shows true genius, they are round, yet they have a very unique surface shape which allows for more surface area to be exposed than any other design known to man. From the side, they look like a figure 8 laying horizontally. Surface area exposure is the key to carrying the maximum amount of nutrients and gases.
So how is the surface area of our RBC’s affected by our digestion? Improper digestion affects our blood in several ways:
Rouleau – Stacking or sticking of the red blood cells to each other. Poor oxygenation, poor circulation, muscle stiffness, poor memory, chronic fatigue, etc.,.
Possible Cause – Inability to breakdown, assimilate, or eliminate proteins causing high protein content in the blood.
Hemolysis – Red blood cells that have cracked and spilled their hemoglobin.
Possible Cause – Normal RBC death, part of their life cycle. It is possible to have a chemical or toxin in the body which is breaking down the blood cell wall. However, malnutrition is the most common cause.
Chylous – Normal process of digesting fat, normal to see within one hour after the meal. When seen later than two hours it is abnormal.
Possible Cause – Lack of Lipase and/or liver, gallbladder dysfunction.
Uric Acid Crystals – Uric acid crystals look like broken glass or shard. They affect the muscles and joints, also lead to kidney stones and gout.
Possible Cause – Improper metabolism of all proteins, monosodium urate hardens and becomes crystalline.
Plaque – Calcium, lipids, fibrin/platelet deposits, sugars, and/or excess collagen. All can be seen in the blood, they are the most serious of the cholesterol related solids.
Possible Cause – Sugars and fats that have not been used or eliminated by the body will harden and adhere to sticky thrombolytic clusters that have attached to abrasions along the artery walls. Chunks break off and can be seen floating through the blood, eventually they can clot in the capillary vessels in the brain causing strokes.
(Reference Live Cell Morphology – Tracy Gibbs Ph. D)
A single drop of blood is required for this analysis. The magnified blood cells are recorded onto a DVD disc for the patient to take home. A very comprehensive consultation is performed to fine tune the diet and nutritional needs of the patient. www.AHCTherapies.com