Now offering Live Blood Analysis & Foundational Laboratory Blood Analysis
What is Live Blood Analysis?
Live Blood Analysis (LBA) is an informative, educational Nutritional Consultation and Health
Evaluation along with a live blood demonstration in which you can see your “health status” projected live on a television monitor. Through the use of a single drop of blood, nutritional deficiencies, improper digestion, weakened immunity and many other warnings can be determined. From there, proactive measures are taken in order to help one attain optimal health.
What should I expect with LBA?
After consulting with Kilean and filling out the Health Evaluation form, Kilean will begin the
nutritional consultation portion of the appointment. She will explain the importance of healthy/ideal blood and how this affects the body, as well as the importance of a healthy gut in terms of overall health. From there, she will conduct a simple finger prick to obtain a drop of blood, which will then be viewed underneath a microscope and projected onto the television monitor. Proper diet and supplementation recommendations will be made so that the patient can take steps towards attaining optimal health. After 3 weeks, the patient will then come back into the office for a re-check to evaluate compliance and progress.
What is Foundational Laboratory Blood Analysis?
Foundational Laboratory Blood Analysis (FLBA) is a comprehensive blood test in which an in-depth analysis of your total body system takes place. This efficient and effective blood test allows the healthcare provider to establish a baseline of biomarkers to track the health and nutritional needs of their patients. Problem areas are identified and carefully documented so that proactive measures may be taken to attain optimal health.
What should I expect with FLBA?
After consulting with Kilean and filling out a Patient Symptoms Survey, the patient will be sent
out to a lab in which blood will be drawn. The patient will then come back into the office to go over an analysis of their blood for a report of findings. Proper diet and supplementation recommendations will be made so that the patient can take steps towards attaining optimal health. After two months, a re-examination (a re-draw) is recommended to monitor the patients progress.
How does FLBA differ from other blood tests?
Most blood tests are reported using an established “clinical range,” which is considered
“normal.” This should not be confused with “healthy,” for clinical ranges are determined by averaging the last 100-200 people's lab results. These people typically have a health problem, which is why they are being tested in the first place. Therefore, we are comparing our results to a sick population's results and calling these results “normal.”
FLBA incorporates “optimal” or “healthy” ranges to determine the necessary measures that
need to be taken in order to reach optimal health. The point of the optimal range is to “flag” tests that are headed towards clinical ranges. Wouldn't you want to make minor changes now to avoid big problems later? PREVENTION: That's the whole idea.
Principles of Blood Analysis:
- Blood Analysis follows a holistic approach to healthcare.
- Blood work as the golden standard to healthcare.
- Identify and treat the cause of one's symptoms.
- Treat the whole body.
- Promote health and wellness through prevention of disease.
- Educate and inform patients on how they will partake in their health care.
Benefits of Blood Analysis, whether it be through FLBA or LBA:
- Improve digestion and gut health
- Identify nutritional deficiencies
- Improve Immune system
- Cardiovascular warnings
- Balance Endocrine system
- Balance pH levels
- Identify oxygen deficiency
- Many more warnings!
Frequently Asked Questions:
- How are health outcomes determined in just one drop of blood with Live Blood Analysis?
Believe it or not, one drop of blood contains 100 million red blood cells! Depending on your state of health, this drop of blood could also show white blood cells, parasites and bacteria, undigested fats, proteins and sugars, and more.
- How will I know if I need Live Blood Analysis or Foundational Laboratory Blood Analysis?
After your consultation with Kilean, she will have a better understanding of your concerns and issues enabling her to to make a recommendation on which will be best for you. Additionally, time, commitment/compliance and finances are some other factors that go into making this decision.