I must admit, I was majorly skeptical at first. If looking at your blood under a microscope could give you important information about your health, wouldn’t more people know about this tool?
Turns out, practitioners employing this method are under scrutiny from regulatory organizations, so much so that the woman we saw wouldn’t let us film the session. But we were able to snap a shot of the screen, giving a glimpse of what blood cells look like on a microscopic level.
Live blood cell analysis hasn’t been embraced by the medical community as a reliable measure of health, but proponents say it can reveal a great deal about the state of your internal organs, immune system, and overall energy levels. Whether or not its accuracy has been proven by science, I found the experience fascinating, informative, and highly motivating.
In the comments below, please share what you think of this practice. Is it something you’d try? Why or why not?