What is microscopy?
Why is blood health so important?
Our blood has many jobs in our body. It contains an immune system that protects us against sickness and disease, as well as red blood cells that transport oxygen around the body and brings waste material out for elimination.
Without our blood, life would not exist. The blood is a window into the status of health of our body. Through blood samples we can spot different illnesses and measure what different (and sometimes foreign) substances the blood contains. This is why one of the first things you get at a hospital is a blood test taken.
What makes unhealthy blood, unhealthy?
Your body is able to control most functions by itself.
It has evolved through thousands of years to become an amazingly complex machine!
It tells you when you are hungry, it gets tired when it needs to rest and it does thousands of complex tasks every second without you even knowing about it!
But...we still see that many people struggle with illness throughout their life.
Even the most perfect machine will get affected by its surroundings.
When it comes to health, I focus a big deal on the body's acidity levels (PH).
The body naturally controls this balance by itself, but stress, bad dietary choices, chemicals, and sugar are some of the many things that have totally, and unfortunately, taken over our lives. This overwhelms the natural ph balance and you end up on the wrong side of the scale...too acidic. In acidic blood (and body) sickness will thrive. Fungus, bacteria, and bad cell communication are the result of this.
The cells will no longer be able to communicate as they should, and healing will go slower/ sometimes not even able to take affect.
By looking at the blood, we are able to determine if the acidity level is too low and what problems it has caused. Get a better understanding in the videos below
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