Live Cell Microscopy: Assessment Tool for Nutrition Practitioners

With advanced technology nutritionists can now use live cell microscopy as an assessment tool. The technique was developed over 140 years ago and came into its own with the introduction of the video camera and monitor, which allow for the observation of immediate test results. Holistic nutritionists use this advanced technique to assess the state of a client’s overall health. Live cell microscopy training gives nutritionists the tools to see what is going on within the body and use the test results to create effective and individualized nutrition plans. When choosing a live cell microscopy course, it is important to have an experienced practitioner who will communicate technical material in a nurturing learning environment using the best equipment.

What is Live Cell Microscopy?

Through live cell microscopy a client can observe immediate test results of live blood analysis. The procedure is different from traditional blood tests because it analyzes a drop of living blood as opposed to looking at the cell counts and chemical composition of preserved blood in a lab. Blood cells can live for 20 minutes, during which time a video camera provides a feed to a monitor for live cell microscopy. The drop of blood is magnified to 1,000 times under a dark field microscope, which can uncover subtle changes missing from traditional lab blood test results.

Live Cell Microscopy Training

Nutritionists train for live cell microscopy because the test can reveal a client’s nutrition status as well as up to 40 other different factors affecting their health. Analyzing the blood with live cell microscopy can disclose if the client has low levels of protein, folic acid, iron, Vitamin B12 and fatty acids. The test can also reveal whether the client is suffering from delayed or incomplete digestion of proteins and fats, and liver stress, harmful bacteria and byproducts of fungus may show up in the test results. Nutritionists look for an altered blood ecology pattern that can allow disease imbalances to occur. When these suboptimal patterns are detected early the nutritionist can modify them to prevent disease before it starts.

Live Blood Cell Analysis and Equipment

Learning Live Blood Cell Analysis (LBCA) from an experienced practitioner is a must for nutritionists to avoid wrong choices that can prove costly. Your course should cover the Enderlein theory and Sanums conducted on a Darkfield system for the most effective study of bacterial phases of the endobiont. Training that is based on hematology take a more allopathic approach and palliates symptoms.

Edison Institute Live Cell Microscopy Training Course

The Live Cell Microscopy training course at the Edison Institute of Nutrition is a four-day, hands-on training session that covers a comprehensive view of the technique. Students are given an introduction to the circulatory system and the central role of the blood in overall health and wellness. Nutritionists are instructed about the principles of pleomorphism, where elements in the blood may show changes in size or shape as a precursor to disease. They are taught how to obtain live and dry blood cell samples and how to interpret the results. A Darkfield microscope system with a video camera with a specially designed mirror condenser is used for training. This equipment provides striking contrast of the jet black background and the brilliant white light from the specimen. Instructors discuss how to assess microscopy findings and use test results as the basis of health recommendations.

10 thoughts on “Live Cell Microscopy: Assessment Tool for Nutrition Practitioners”

  1. No the Live Cell Microscopy course is a live program that you would attend in person. It is not offered online. This program is very in-depth and we provide the microscopes in order for you to have a hands on experience.

  2. I am in Texas. Is there a course that is available here in the US that you are aware?

  3. No I am not aware of a course in the US. Come on up to Toronto in September! It will be worth the trip!!

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