Conventional laboratory testing for vitamin, inflammation, and other health markers; as well as
IgG food sensitivity testing analyzed by Rocky Mountain lab www.rmalab.com
Used to assess mineral deficiencies and heavy metal toxicities, e.g. mercury toxicity from eating contaminated fish.
Urine and Saliva
Urine analysis used to assess hormone metabolism in the body; and saliva analysis used to assess hormone deficiencies or excesses, including female hormones relating to PMS and menopause, and stress hormones relating to cardiac and weight management symptoms
Live Blood Analysis
Naturopathic Microscopy is a technique that allows us to view and assess the dynamic interplay between health and disease at the cellular level. By analyzing the blood under a microscope, your practitioner can identify various underlying imbalances known to lead to disease while still at an early stage – when they can still be corrected with simple natural protocols.
The history of live blood analysis goes back more than 60 years and it is still developing today. Several independent researchers from across the world have spent hours behind their microscopes, analyzing thousands of samples and making careful observations about the differences between healthy and unhealthy blood specimens, correlating their findings with clinical symptoms and conditions.
The analysis of live blood specimens provides us with valuable insight into the body’s internal terrain, which constitutes the blood, lymphatic fluid, cerebrospinal fluid, and the interstitial fluid that surrounds every single cell in the body; helping to consider whether the body terrain is in a state of balance or imbalance. This knowledge is of utmost importance because changes in the blood precede any physical manifestation. When the blood and the terrain become compromised, disease is soon to follow. By correcting the imbalance in the terrain, we are able to re-establish a state of balance and health.