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Alleviate and intercept existing and future illnesses with Nutritional Blood Analysis.

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What is Nutritional Blood Analysis and how can you benefit.

Find out more about this test and see for yourself abnormalities in the blood.

  • Are you experiencing fatigue and low energy and wonder what the underlying cause might be?

  • Do you have inexplicable joint or muscle pain?

  • Do you have digestive symptoms that persist despite a healthy lifestyle and diet?

Using this test, Katie can help identify what is really going on in your body and give you some effective steps to feeling better.

The 30-minute session is completed with one drop of blood to determine if you have any of the following:

poor digestion


free radical damage

liver, lung and colon toxicity

and much more…

What Is Nutritional Blood Analysis? (Live Cell Microscopy)

Nutritional Blood Analysis is a unique test that’s done with a single drop of blood placed under a microscope. You see a living picture of your blood on a monitor screen while the test is being conducted.

How Can You Benefit from Nutritional Blood Analysis?

The technician analyzes the blood and points out the health and nutritional status of those blood cells. The test will educate you on the proper functions of the digestive system, and discuss any anomalies and deficiencies in the blood, providing you an excellent opportunity to improve your health through proper diet, lifestyle, and supplementation.

The condition of your blood determines the condition of your health.

The blood is the medium in which all cells of the body are bathed from birth until death. The oxygen and nutrients that are delivered by the blood promote life and determine longevity.




Plaque & Uric Acid:

Plaque and Uric Acid in the blood can lead to issues such as arthritis or heart attacks and strokes.


Certain microbes present in the blood and often common with yeast and fungus overgrowth. Excessive fungus and or yeast can lead to symptoms such as, but not limited to, fatigue, irritability, skin eruptions, depression, hormonal imbalances, and chronic sinus congestion.

Liver Stress:

Liver stress can be detected by examining the blood. The liver is the filtering system of the body and when it is stressed it can result in toxins, hormonal imbalances and even sleep disturbances.



Vitamin B-12, Iron, and Folic Acid Deficiencies:

Nutritonal Blood Analysis is not a diagnostic test, but there are many factor in the shape and sized  of the blood cells that can help determine if there are possible deficiencies in B-12, iron, and folic acid. A lack of these essential vitamins and mineral can lead to symptoms such as constant fatigue, nerve damage, shortness of breath, dizziness, or headaches.





How can diet and supplements change the blood? 

Here’s a sample image from a client’s blood at intake.


After examining this person’s blood, the client was directed to take a few supplements as indicated by the deficiencies and anomalies seen in the blood. After one hour, a second sample was taken. Here is the “after” image:



Notice the change in the blood.

The red blood cells have separated after taking the recommended supplements.


This example shows how quickly a change can occur, but what we really want is a sustainable and persistent change.

How to Prepare for your Blood Analysis

Come hydrated! 

For optimal results fast from food and drinks other than water 5 hrs before your analysis. 

Bring a list of all supplements and vitamins you take on a regular basis.


Work with Katie to find out how diet and supplements can make a lasting change on the state of your blood AND the state of your health.

Schedule an appointment today to have your blood analyzed and start your journey to better health! 

30-minute session in the Dallas-Ft.Worth area.

Anything foreign, including chemicals, bacteria, viruses, undigested food particles, fungi, parasites, fat plaque, free radicals, and uric acid crystals, all promote poor health, poor quality of life, and at times, premature death.

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