Live Blood Analysis - metro detroit Consultations & Client Check-in's
Please note that this specific consultation is available to those who live in METRO DETROIT or are traveling to the area.
Do you feel overwhelmed with health issues that you know you are experiencing, but your doctors or other health professionals tell you is “only in your head.” Of course, it’s in your head. It’s throughout your entire body, particularly the gut, and if they dug a little deeper beyond the surface they could tell you exactly that.
Live cellular analysis takes a diabetes drop of blood, and within minutes provides insightful information. You’ll discover how well you’re digesting proteins, fats and sugars; and the presence of harmful cell debris and free radicals like parasites (yes, most Americans have them and suffer from these microscopic monsters), Candida/fungal overgrowth, uric acid buildup and more. You see if you are having key mineral deficiencies that are causing or contributing to weight gain, hormonal issues, digestive discomfort & more.
I’m Anthony Beven, a certified live blood analyst and nutritional detox coach. I have a double BA, and have taken graduate-level coursework in gastrointestinal physiology and client evaluation. I’ve been doing this for several years. I have helped thousands of clients utilizing this nutritional microscopy technique (check my Reviews – Click Here). For My Story – Click Here. For Media Coverage of me and my Work – Click Here.
$150 LIVE BLOOD ANALYSIS, PLUS RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING FOR FREE…
My step-by-step master detox guide
Supplement recommendations specific to you.
Extended consultation time.
Eating plans – plant-based & vegan.
Cancer detox guide.
And, 11 other guides, including a shopping guide, weight-tips & tricks and more.
Live blood analysis, which is also known as nutritional blood work, is a method used by holistic health practitioners, nutritionists and sometimes doctors (usually DOs) to determine the state of cellular-level wellness. This method allows you to examine red blood cells, white blood cells and any harmful cell debris present. Key mineral deficiencies and organ stress can also be notated.
This method is not a blood draw, rather a diabetes prick via a spring-action lancet that you will barely feel. The small drop of blood will be placed on a microscope slide and then under a microscope for analysis.
Live blood analysis findings may include:
Your state of digestion when it comes to proteins, fats and sugars — you’re either storing or absorbing.
Enzyme functionality (or lack thereof). We need enzymes to help our bodies digest, and as we hit middle age (40s and beyond) we lose half of our enzyme functionality.
Oxidative stress and mitochondrial dysfunction, which is an event that occurs when harmful cell debris attacks our red blood cells (RBCs) due to lack of cell protection from the mitochondrion in our RBCs.
Types of white blood cells, such as eosinophils which are linked to lung, throat or sinus issues.
Parasitic infection, which can cause or contribute to brain fog, joint pain and loose or watery stool.
Candida (yeast overgrowth), which can cause or contribute to malabsorption, stomach bloat, fatigue, sinus pressure headaches or related issues, and even athlete’s foot.
Uric acid build-up, which may cause or contribute to joint pain and inflammation, plantar fasciitis or neuropathy.
Heavy metal toxicity, which is one of many factors preventing proper absorption within the body.
Epstein Barr, or the Herpes virus, which can cause or contribute to extreme fatigue, cold sores, canker sores, etc.
MTHFR genetic mutations or defects. MTHFR is our detox gene, and when there dysfunction with this gene it means the body is not genetically wired to detox on its own, metabolize B-vitamins or folate.
Iron deficiency, which may contribute to a low red blood count and hormonal issues, as iron is also responsible for thyroid stimulating hormone.
B-vitamin deficiency, which may cause or contribute to DNA issues and hormonal imbalances that lead to low energy and sleep disruption.
Adrenal fatigue, which may cause or contribute to high levels of stress and anxiety.
Liver stress, which may cause or contribute to dark urine, pale stool or nausea or vomiting.