Live Blood Analysis

Live Blood Analysis2023-07-25T14:24:39+00:00


Viewing health
on a deeper level

If you are struggling with brain fog, inflammation, stiff, achy muscles and joints, or gut issues, there could be something much deeper going on in the body. I can help you.

How it’s Done

With a wee finger poke using a disposable lancet, 1 drop of blood is extracted for live blood analysis, and 1 drop for dry blood analysis. The blood is observed in real time, up to 1000x magnification under a darkfield microscope and displayed on a screen visible to the client and practitioner.


We explore in depth and detail the blood’s strength, weaknesses and nutritional deficiencies, revealing properties of individual red and white blood cells and detecting imbalances in the terrain that carries blood cells. Live blood analysis is an educational tool that can show organ stress in the body even before symptoms have manifested, and insight to your diet, lifestyle and overall health.

Restore Balance

Imbalances and deficiencies within the body will be prioritized so you can begin your journey to restored health and lifelong wellness. Healing takes time. Your body can heal and establish balance again given the right environment and support. Live blood analysis is a powerful educational feedback tool. Positive changes in the blood can be seen over time as diet and lifestyle improves.

Functional Test and Educational Tool

By analyzing your live blood under a microscope we are able to identify hidden imbalances such as:

  • Vitamin and mineral deficiencies

  • Oxidative stress and antioxidant levels

  • Digestive challenges

  • Liver and kidney stress

  • Organ weakness

  • Parasite, fungal, yeast and bacteria activity

  • Chemical and heavy metal toxicity
  • Bowel toxicity and inflammation
  • Circulatory congestion
  • Poor blood oxygen levels
  • Lymphatic congestion

  • Hormone imbalances

  • Hydration levels

  • Immune weakness

  • Adrenal stress

  • Cell damage

  • Anemia

  • Allergies

​At Health Scope, we can identify polymorphic microorganisms through live blood analysis and work together to shift your cells and terrain back into a happy balanced state using nutrition, lifestyle and supplements.

Live Blood Analysis Initial Consultation & Pricing2024-01-31T01:46:08+00:00

Cost — $249

Initial appointments include:

  • 90-minute assessment
  • Review of personal health history and factors leading to current conditions
  • Review of current health concerns and priorities
  • Provide a dietary assessment and identify nutritional imbalances
  • Identify organ and gland weaknesses, toxic exposure and accumulation, lifestyle influences
  • Live blood analysis
  • Interpret and discuss main factors impacting health
  • Comprehensive report with a personalized nutrition, supplement and lifestyle plan
  • 6-week follow-up call included (30 minute check-in)
Live Blood Analysis Follow Up Appointment & Pricing2024-01-31T01:45:34+00:00

Cost — $159

Follow up appointments include:

  • 60-minute assessment
  • Review of current health concerns
  • Live blood analysis
  • Adjustments to nutrition, supplement and lifestyle plan
How do I prepare for my first appointment?2024-01-31T01:46:26+00:00

You will receive intake forms by email ahead of the scheduled appointment. The information provided in these forms offers me some insight to your current health conditions and concerns. It is critical that you avoid caffeine and food 3 hours prior to the appointment. It will be a fasting test.

How is the live blood analysis done?2024-01-31T01:46:41+00:00

Live blood analysis involves taking a single living drop of blood from the finger-tip using a disposable lancet. The drop of blood is added to a slide which is placed under a powerful dark field microscope. The image is then displayed on a screen for both of us to view together at the same time.

What can live blood analysis show me?2024-01-31T01:46:57+00:00

Blood transports oxygen, nutrients and other life giving agents throughout the body to maintain health. Blood is also the medium for detoxification, delivering cellular waste to the liver and kidneys for elimination from the body. Blood can therefore serve as a predictor of health and provide an indication of illness well before symptoms appear. Live blood analysis gives an indication of the quality of an individual’s blood; an important foundation of preventative health care that shows the effects that diet, lifestyle and stress can have on our well-being. Studying the shape and functioning of the blood cells and plasma with a microscope can show signs of:

  • Poor digestion/poor food combining
  • Weakened immune system
  • Vitamin and mineral deficiencies
  • Bowel and liver toxicity
  • Dehydration
  • Stress Poor circulation
  • Heavy metal and toxic chemical accumulation
  • Presence of parasites / fungi / bacteria
Why use live blood analysis in holistic nutrition?2024-01-31T01:47:16+00:00

Live blood analysis is an exceptionally valuable tool used in practice because the blood can serve as a predictor of health and provide an indication of wellness well before symptoms appear. The insights gained from the analysis, correlated with health history, enable me to understand the individual’s state of health on a much deeper level. The analysis helps me decide where to focus the client, it simplifies the treatment process as it quickly highlights the main problem areas. The information gathered from what we see in the blood is used to make recommendations on supplement, diet and lifestyle shifts. Furthermore the effectiveness of various treatment combinations can be tracked as progress is monitored by observation of changes with followup live blood analysis. Working without live blood analysis is like a dentist working without an x-ray machine. It is possible to do, but with an x-ray machine it makes the dentist’s job much easier, and most patients would prefer to see a dentist that has all the tools available to him or her.

Why wait to heal before
embracing your health?

With Health Scope the goal is to embrace healing and health as a journey in life.

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