Live Blood Analysis2017-02-22T10:48:52+02:00


A 2ml drop of blood is placed onto a slide from a finger prick. The slide is placed under a dark field microscope and the live blood sample is projected onto a screen. You are then able to see your individual blood. Basic physiology tells us what healthy balanced blood looks like, using this, Live Smart analysts are able to make suggestions about diet, lifestyle and supplementation to get your body to optimum balance. Since the 1920’s scientists have been studying the hidden secrets of our blood, with over 70 years of accumulated clinical research data, Live Smart is able to analyze a drop of your blood, and then give you a comprehensive health assessment. A microscopic view of one drop of blood is projected onto a video monitor, showing your “internal” nutritional environment.With this information, the analyst can specifically identify and target deficiencies for correction.

This method is an extremely powerful tool. For example viewing an inactive white blood cell in an ultra-dark field enables the technician to pin-point the reason for its inactivity. It could be one of many things, such as: lack of oxygen in the blood; low trace minerals; lack of exercise; too much alcohol or yeast; weak kidneys, bladder or spleen to name a few.

Combined with our superior LIVE SMART products we assist clients to bring their balance back through Smart Choices.



What is the difference between a blood test and Live blood analysis?2017-02-22T10:50:58+02:00

There is a big difference between a blood test done at a pathology lab and a live blood analysis. Live blood analysis is not diagnostic, pathology blood testing is diagnostic, since a vial of blood is sent to the lab to test for a specific disease. A test kit is applied to the blood and the result is determined by a specific range for that specific test. Live blood analysis on the other hand, is simply an overall view. Under a dark field microscope we can see how a drop of live blood is behaving. Standard biology or physiology tells us what healthy balanced blood should look like and how it should behave. A live blood analyst will simply map the difference between optimum, healthy blood compared to how an individuals blood is presenting. Using these guidelines along with detailed clinical interviews, a analystis able to educate a client as to where their individual system is not performing at optimum and provide advice on lifestyle, diet and supplementation in order to effect a more optimum balance.

At what age is it alright to have a live Blood analysis?2017-02-20T09:24:30+02:00

Our clients vary from 6 month old babies to 92 year olds. It is safe for anyone to have a live blood analysis done and especially for children who have behavior disorders, it is very effective. Live blood analysis is safe for the whole family.