Who are you...REALLY? When we look at the blood through a microscope we can tell many things. "Live blood analysis can reveal distortion of red blood cells which reflect nutrition status, especially low levels of iron, protein, vitamin B12, folic acid and fatty acids. Incomplete or delayed digestion of fats and proteins can also be observed. In addition, liver stress and undesirable bacterial and fungal by-products may be revealed." I provided this amazing article by my mentors, to help answer questions and give a deeper insight as to what Live Cell Analysis is all about.
This is NOT a scary process, I promise. · A simple prick to the finger to produce a drop of blood for my slide. That slide goes under the microscope and we see your blood. Right then and there. · From there I explain what I am seeing and will provide recommendations (in conjunction with the nutritional assessment) and resources for you to take home that day. · This will be followed by a full nutritional, lifestyle and supplemental protocol recommendation within a week. Simple as that, easy peasy.
Why are the two assessments, Nutritional and Live Blood Analysis done together?
The nutritional assessment, that I have you fill out prior to our meeting will give me a concise and thorough look at your life, your symptoms, your habits, ailments, and all the little things that you wouldn't normally think to tell me about. For example, did you know, that the effects of low essential fatty acids can include, dry, rough, scaly skin eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis diaper rash dry, brittle hair, split ends,“dry eye” syndrome—the inability to create tears, brittle, cracked nails, inflammatory conditions, hyperactivity in children and disorders of the nervous system, female disorders such as menopause, and PMS, and cystic mastitis (breast lumps), difficulty getting pregnant or carrying to full term, low male hormones and prostate problems, disorders of the endocrine system, auto-immune dysfunctions. An under-functioning liver/gall bladder will interfere with the absorption of essential fatty acids and with the metabolism of the fat-soluble vitamins A, D and E and K. This alone could lead to so many other (related) symptoms. Impaired wound healing, restlessness and sleeplessness, weight gain, inability to cope with stress. The possibilities are as unique and individual as you are. The questions in the assessment may seems trivial and nothing to do with what your real issues are, but believe me, they are all inter-related.
The Difference between a Unhealthy and a Healthy Blood picture can tell a lot about a person!
Find the source of the problem and treat the source, not the symptom.
Many practitioners with good intentions have a tendency to recommend a lot of supplementation without addressing the underlying causes. For example, glucosamine is often recommended for arthritic-type problems. When the individual stops taking the glucosamine the symptom returns. There are other underlying issues related to the joints that aren’t being addressed with this approach. This is no more useful than the allopathic approach of prescribing pills that band aid the problems. Excesses of the wrong nutrients can create more imbalances in the end. Underlying causes generally are: diet, emotions, radiation, chemicals, pH imbalance and parasitic/bacterial foci of infection.
It is more important to know the person who has the condition than it is to know the condition the person has. – Hippocrates
Live blood Analysis and Nutritional Assessment go hand in hand and are offered together! What to expect: · Nutritional 'Nourish for Life' Questionnaires (nutritional deficiencies and systemic imbalances) sent by email, to be filled out before appointment · Total body systems assessment · Nutrient & vitamin deficiency assessment · Live and Dry Blood analysis done in office while you watch · Dietary, supplemental, lifestyle recommendations and protocols (if needed) provided in follow up · Follow up with 1:1 visit within 1 week to go over recommendations · 2 week meal plan for presented issues if needed How to prepare: Nourish for Life questions completed before appointment. Appointment will need to be rescheduled otherwise. Live blood Analysis - 3 hour fasting prior to live blood required, Please hydrate with water and take all medications as prescribed. If you need to eat, please indicate at time of assessment, as it will show differently in blood picture.
LIVE BLOOD ANALYSIS FEE SCHEDULE
Initial consultation 60 min $47.50+hst
Holistic Nutritional Consultation and live blood analysis 1.5 hour appointment .5 hour f/u in office 1 week later or email 1 week meal plan with recipes if needed $380.00 +hst
Follow up assessment with Live Blood 60 min $150.00+hst
Follow up no assessment 60 min $75.00+hst
LIVE BLOOD ANALYSIS HOURS
MONDAY: 8 AM - 12:00 PM WEDNESDAY: 8 AM - 12:00 PM FRIDAY: 8 AM - 8 PM SATURDAY: 9 AM - 5 PM
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Wendy is a passionate advocate for preventive health and education, enabling others to find their own innate healing capabilities through proper diet, supplemental and lifestyle choices.
With a background of 30 years in nursing, Wendy works with clients 1:1 through nutritional assessments and consulting, live blood analysis, food intolerance testing and hair mineral analysis to help reveal root causes of ailments and issues. As a ROHP (Registered Orthomolecular Health Practitioner), Wendy is a qualified healthcare professional who specializes in maintaining and restoring biochemistry and physiology in the body for optimum health and well-being.
ROHP’s assess the unique dietary and nutritional requirements of an individual and utilize a full spectrum of customized naturotherapies including: diet, nutritional supplementation, detoxification and lifestyle changes. Highly unique and specialized programs for weight management, weight loss, seasonal whole food detox/cleanse, and eating behaviours are also offered online.
Wendy’s personal life consists of spending time cruising with her husband in their antique & muscle cars and having quality time with all 4 of the kids and their families. Wendy is the extremely proud ‘Memere’ to 4 incredible grandbabies whom she cherishes deeply. Also a Mom to their furbabies, Pitou and Zeus (Saint Bernards), Wendy’s life is full of hairy episodes of gigantic Love.
As a yoga and meditation instructor, Wendy strives to maintain a personal practice of deep spirituality that is centered on compassion, kindness and love for all. A professed introvert, empath and highly sensitive person, Wendy brings a unique blend of professionalism, personal intuitiveness and life experience to her calling as a Nutritionist. The deep desire to care for people brought Wendy to pursue a nursing career. That same deep desire transformed the vision when she pursued the natural and holistic side of healthcare, a place that she feels ‘only makes sense’. As a vegetarian/vegan for 15 years and someone who has struggled with weight and health issues, Wendy understands what it takes and how it feels to completely change a way of life. Living a holistic life is a journey and doesn’t happen overnight. It comes with ups and downs, victories and failures, celebrations and pity-parties. But most of all it is the journey that makes it all worthwhile.
CALL TODAY TO BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY! 705-983-0511