Nutritionist, N.D., Live Blood Cell,
Chelation, Vitamins, Herbs, General Practice,
Internal Medicine, Family Doctor
Suppose you think you’re prone to a heart attack or have health factors suggesting the possibility of one, there is a simple, inexpensive way to “ask” your body if conditions exist to make a heart attack possible. Even better, once you know your level of risk, it’s easy to take preventive steps, using nutrition, to keep it from ever happening.
The simple, inexpensive technique is called darkfield live blood microscopy. We draw a drop of your blood from your fingertip and place it on a microscope slide. Then a special lens inside the microscope projects an intimate view of your living blood onto a television or computer screen by way of a video camera. A Polaroid camera is hooked up to the device enabling us to take photographs of a patient’s blood condition before and after treatment. The result is a living picture of the cellular you.