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  1. Our Special Garden Nutrition, Fitness & Natural Health Educating You Today for a Healthier Tomorrow www.ourspecialgarden.biz Dr. Julie A. Wilczynski, N.D., C.N.C., C.N.H., I., C.M., C.P.T., E.F.T. • Traditional Naturopath • Certified Nutritional Consultant • Counselor of Natural Health • Certified Iridologist • Certified Live Blood Technician • Certified Personal Trainer Live Blood Cell Analysis: A Reflection of Who You Are Live Blood Cell Analysis

  2. Live Blood Cell Analysis:A Brief History Viewing live blood under a microscope is probably as old as the microscope itself. Live Blood Cell Analysis

  3. Live Blood Cell Analysis:A Brief History It was the work of European scientists Dr. Antoine Bechamp and Dr. Gunther Enderlein in the mid-19th and early 20th centuries that would advance the use of the microscope, challenge the medical establishment of the day and propose new ways of interpreting what was being viewed in blood. Live Blood Cell Analysis

  4. Live Blood Cell Analysis:A Brief History Contribution to science Bechamp worked on silkworm diseases, identifying one as due to a parasite ~ causing the disease. Bechamp maintained a theory; that bacteria change form and are not the cause of, but the result of, disease, arising from tissues rather than from a germ. Dr. Antoine Bechamp Live Blood Cell Analysis

  5. Live Blood Cell Analysis:A Brief History Medical Pioneer Dr. Gunther Enderlein, the imposing gentleman in the picture at left, originally developed darkfield blood analysis. When examined under the microscope, healthy people showed healthy blood and sick people tended to show disturbances that were clearly related to the nature of their illness. Dr. Gunther Enderlein Live Blood Cell Analysis

  6. Live Blood Cell Analysis:A Brief History The following pictures compare a view of live blood cells seen through a phase contrast microscope with the identical cells seen through a darkfield microscope. Live Blood Cell Analysis

  7. Live Blood Cell Analysis:Blood Basics Blood is the fluid that circulates through the heart, arteries, capillaries, and veins. It is the chief means of transport within the body. It transports oxygen from the lungs to the tissues, and carbon dioxide from the tissues to the lungs. It transports nutritive substances and metabolites to the tissues and removes waste products to the kidneys and other organs of excretion. It has an essential role in the maintenance of fluid balance. Live Blood Cell Analysis

  8. Live Blood Cell Analysis:Blood Basics Blood varies in color from an oxygenated bright red in the arteries to a duller red in the veins. The total quantity of blood within an individual depends upon the body weight. A person who weighs 150 lbs. has about 5 quarts of blood in the body. Live Blood Cell Analysis

  9. Live Blood Cell Analysis:Blood Basics Plasma accounts for about 55 percent of the total volume of the blood. It consists of about 92 percent water, 7 percent proteins, and less than 1 percent inorganic salts, organic substances other than proteins, dissolved gasses, hormones, antibodies, and enzymes. Live Blood Cell Analysis

  10. Live Blood Cell Analysis:Blood Basics Red blood cells originate in the red bone marrow and are stored in the spleen which acts as a reservoir for the blood system. The average red cell has a life of 110 to 120 days. Aged red cells are ingested by macrophages in the spleen and liver. The iron is reclaimed from the dead red cells and then transported by the plasma back to the marrow where it is incorporated into new red cells. The great majority of the cells in the blood are red blood cells. Live Blood Cell Analysis

  11. Live Blood Cell Analysis:Blood Basics Leukocytes (white blood cells) originate in the bone marrow and lymph tissue. White blood cells are actively engaged in the destruction or neutralization of invading micro-organisms and are then transported to sites of infection and inflammation. For this reason, their life span in the blood in usually very short (up to 14 days). When infection is present their number are greatly increased and they also become more mobile and move back and forth between the blood, lymph, and tissues. Live Blood Cell Analysis

  12. Live Blood Cell Analysis:Blood Basics White blood cells come in various shapes and sizes: Granular appearing white cells are known as Neutrophils, which make up about two thirds of all white blood cells; Eosinophils which make up about 2 to 4 percent of the white cell count; and Basophils - which make up less than 0.5 per cent of the white cell count. Live Blood Cell Analysis

  13. Live Blood Cell Analysis:Blood Basics White blood cells come in various shapes and sizes: Non-granular appearing white cells are known as Lymphocytes. These are the natural killer cells and make up about 25-30% of all white blood cells. Two types of lymphocytes T's and B's are involved in immunity. Live Blood Cell Analysis

  14. Live Blood Cell Analysis:phenomena observed The blood used for observation under the microscope is simple capillary blood, expelled from the finger through a simple finger stick. The blood is allowed to come out on its own and is quickly placed on a slide with a cover slip. The faster live blood degenerates on a microscope slide, the faster the person is aging and degenerating internally. Live Blood Cell Analysis

  15. Live Blood Cell Analysis:phenomena observed The red cells are predominately uniform in size and shape and appear as round circles on a gray background. The center of the cells are lightened somewhat and slightly off white in color. They reside freely in their own space, not overlapping or sticking together, but gently bouncing off each other. Live Blood Cell Analysis

  16. Live Blood Cell Analysis:phenomena observed The white cells (neutrophils) are about as large as two red cells and have a rather grainy appearance with 3 to 4 dark, irregularly shaped lobes inside the cell. Rather than being round, they display many different shapes and are active and moving. In normal blood there are about 700 to 900 red cells to every white cell. Live Blood Cell Analysis

  17. Live Blood Cell Analysis:phenomena observed MACROCYTES - MICROCYTES – RBC’s larger or smaller than normal. SUGGESTED CAUSE: improper vitamin/mineral absorption. Low iron, low B12, poor digestion/HCL deficiency – fat soluble vitamins A&E not being absorbed. Lack of friendly intestinal bacteria. POSSIBLE SIGNS: inability of RBC’s to carry oxygen – shortness of breath, fatigue, light headedness. Bone problems, osteoporosis. Live Blood Cell Analysis

  18. Live Blood Cell Analysis:phenomena observed RBC PROTEIN LINKAGE – Lemon shaped RBC’s. SUGGESTED CAUSE: Poor digestion. The pancreas may be off. Eating too much animal protein. Blood too toxic (altered blood pH) from stress, coffee, cigarettes, meat, toxins, etc. POSSIBLE SIGNS: Some fatigue – RBC’s cannot carry oxygen adequately. Live Blood Cell Analysis

  19. Live Blood Cell Analysis:phenomena observed RBC ROULEAU - Stacked RBC's. protein linkage. SUGGESTED CAUSE: Same as previous page, protein linkage. Often poor protein digestion. The pancreas may be off. Excess dietary protein, poor assimilation. Eating too much animal protein. Blood too toxic (altered blood pH) from stress, coffee, cigarettes, meat, etc. Dehydration, not drinking enough water (which by the way, is one of the top undiagnosed causes of many ailments). POSSIBLE SIGNS: Fatigue, shortness of breath - RBC's cannot carry oxygen; stress on heart. Cold hands/feet - poor circulation. Live Blood Cell Analysis

  20. Live Blood Cell Analysis:phenomena observed ECHINOCYTES – burred, spiked with regularity ~ 1% = normal SUGGESTED CAUSE: excess prescription drugs, street drugs, free radical damage, toxins, alcohol, lack of good nutrients in diet. POSSIBLE SIGNS: poor circulation, low energy, degenerative disease. ACANTHOCYTES – burred, spiked irregular SUGGESTED CAUSE: malfunction of the liver and spleen which contribute to cell membrane maintenance. Live Blood Cell Analysis

  21. Live Blood Cell Analysis:phenomena observed SHADOW CELLS – Round shadowy circles the same size as red blood cells SUGGESTED CAUSE: RBC’s that have deflated in the blood serum while on the specimen slide. You can often see the rbc’s simply go poof, like their lights were just turned off. The more shadow cells you see in the blood, the more oxidized the blood ~ oxidization = rust. POSSIBLE SIGNS: Fatigue, shortness of breath - RBC's cannot carry oxygen Live Blood Cell Analysis

  22. Live Blood Cell Analysis:phenomena observed FILIT FORMATIONS – Straight, hair-like formations that look like pick-up sticks in the plasma fluid. SUGGESTED CAUSE: Toxicity/liver stress/congestion and associated toxic bowel are suspected. Plugged, dirty bowel, bowel pH off. Maldigestion and/or bacterial overgrowth. Impacted fecal matter. POSSIBLE SIGNS: Constipation, indigestion, heartburn, bloating, gas, flatulence, fatigue, headaches, backaches. Live Blood Cell Analysis

  23. Live Blood Cell Analysis:phenomena observed THECITS ~ biological marker for yeast overgrowth – Candida Albicans SUGGESTED CAUSE: Leaky gut from yeast or other intestinal parasite activity. Pancreas off. Consuming antibiotics, cholorinated tap water, cortisone, prednisone, steroids, birth control pills all lower friendly intestinal bacteria. Too much sugar. POSSIBLE SIGNS: Fatigue, food cravings, bad breath, bladder infections, acne, sugar intolerance, hypoglycemic, degenerative disease indications. Live Blood Cell Analysis

  24. Live Blood Cell Analysis:phenomena observed PROTOPLAST; COLLOID SYMPLAST – cell without a nucleus STANDARD HEMATOLOGY: much is still not known, said to be bacterial parasite, producing toxic by-products; indicates body is toxic and physically run down; can invade tissues. Viral in origin, related with infectious disease and/or L-form bacteria. SUGGESTED CAUSE: pH off, low oxygenation, immune system comprimised, degenerative disease implications POSSIBLE SIGNS: Fatigue, immune weakness, possible degenerateive disease indications Live Blood Cell Analysis

  25. Live Blood Cell Analysis:phenomena observed PTEROHARPS – shadowy form, butterfly wings SUGGESTED CAUSE: Blood pH off, low oxygenation, leaky gut, inactive friendly intestinal bacteria. Antibiotic therapy. High blood sugar. POSSIBLE SIGNS: Fatigue, and 100 other things… Live Blood Cell Analysis

  26. Live Blood Cell Analysis:phenomena observed BACTERIAL FORMS – Single, double, barbell shapes, rod forms SUGGESTED CAUSE: large number indicate a condition which is favorable to increased bacterial populations. Presence can lead to systemic infection. POSSIBLE SIGNS: immune insuficiency and weakness, weakened condition leads to long healing time Live Blood Cell Analysis

  27. Live Blood Cell Analysis:phenomena observed PARASITIZED ERYTHROCYTES – infected by bacterial forms. SUGGESTED CAUSE: Primary endobiotic parasites, internal terrain is off and unsupportive for optimal biological function. POSSIBLE SIGNS: Anemia, tired, low energy, fatigue, possible degenerative diseases. Live Blood Cell Analysis

  28. Live Blood Cell Analysis:phenomena observed CRYSTAL FORMATIONS – Trapezoidal shapes SUGGESTED CAUSE: Poor digestion of fats, low on unsaturated fatty acids. Good sign if chelating which would mean chelating agents are working. POSSIBLE SIGNS: BP elevated, pain after fatty meals Broken Glass SUGGESTED CAUSE: triglycerides, artherosclerotic plaque. POSSIBLE SIGNS: poor digestion of fats Live Blood Cell Analysis

  29. Live Blood Cell Analysis:phenomena observed CRYSTAL FORMATIONS – yellow, orange, red crystals. SUGGESTED CAUSE: Toxicity, abundance of uric acid. Inability to balance internal pH. Not ingesting abundant amounts of green foods, raw foods, or not drinking adequate amounts of water. Improper digestion, lack of HCL. Mineral reserves (alkaline reserve) depleted. POSSIBLE SIGNS: Gout, Achy joints and achy muscles, arthritis, degeneration in bone health, bacteria, autoimmune disease; lupus, MS, MG, Lou Gerhig’s Live Blood Cell Analysis

  30. Live Blood Cell Analysis HEALTHY BLOOD CELLS – Your blood is a reflection of who you are and how healthy you are. Live blood cell analysis is QUALATITIVE, not QUANTITIVE. We are looking at the QUALITY of your cells, not spending time counting your cells. With proper attention to diet, detoxification, support of relaxation, and hydration we can facilitate positive change in your blood, which will be represented in how you feel every day! Live Blood Cell Analysis

  31. Thank You! Our Special Garden Nutrition, Fitness & Natural Health Educating You Today for a Healthier Tomorrow www.ourspecialgarden.biz Live Blood Cell Analysis