What Is Blood Analysis?
Live blood analysis is a screening test that can reveal distortions of red blood cells, which reflect nutritional status, especially low levels of iron, B12, folic acid, and fatty acids.
Incomplete or delayed digestion of fats and proteins can also be observed. In addition, liver stress and undesirable bacterial and fungal life forms may be revealed. Signs of parasites and hormonal imbalances can also be detected.
Over 70 years of dried blood layer analysis, by hundreds of microscopists around the world, have helped practitioners to determine weaknesses in diet, nutrition, and pH balance. The dried test also helps determine imbalances in calcium/phosphorous levels; the conditions of the cell’s sodium/potassium pump efficiency, metal toxicity, bowel toxicity, degenerative or inflammation activity, and mineral-enzyme-vitamin-amino acid deficiencies.
What Is Iridology?
Is the science and practice of analyzing the iris (the colored portion of the eye).
It is the most complex tissue structure in the human anatomy. Iridology reveals the presence of tissue inflammation in the body, located and what stage it has reached: acute, chronic or degenerative. The iris reveals the level of constitutional strengths, inherent weaknesses, state of health, and the transitions that take place in a person’s organs and tissues according to the way they live. (As written by Dr. Bernard Jensen)
What Is Biological Terrain Assessment?
Biological Terrain Assessment, or BTA, involves the testing of saliva and urine samples.It provides data regarding electrolyte levels (the concentration of minerals), antioxidant/oxidation levels (how well your body is dealing with toxins), the balance of “healthy” fats vs. “bad” fats, complex sugar levels that may lead to hypo or hyperglycemic tendencies and ultimately pH balance. pH balance is a reflection of what is going on with all the other chemical processes.
The saliva measurements reflect liver function since most of the saliva is lymph and most lymph fluid is produced in the liver.
The urine measurements reflect how well the kidneys are functioning. The kidneys filter the blood, so whatever is in the urine represents what the body has an excess or deficiency of.