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A live blood analysis will indicate the state of your overall health

A live blood analysis will indicate the state of your overall health

On Thursday 26th April 2012 (private apponitment available 12pm, 4pm or 6pm),  Katrin Hempel, founder of London Natural Health, Harley Street, invites you to experience a Live Blood analysis which will help you discover the state of your overall health.  Just one drop of blood will give you a complete picture of your health, well-being and fitness of your body on a cellular level.

Learn how by improving your blood state leads to:

  • Preventing disease
  • Strengthening immune system
  • Improving digestion
  • Weightloss
  • Learning the acidic/alkaline levels of your blood
  • Increased energy
  • Improved fertility
  • Detecting disease early
  • Improved metabolism


You will be able to see live on the screen the quality of your red blood cells, the activity of your white blood cells, and whether there are bacteria, yeasts or fungus present. Any uric acid, endocrine imbalances, parasites, vitamin deficiencies, heavy metals, organ stress (liver, cholesterol, kidney, pancreatic, prostate, ovarian, breast) or imbalances associated with degenerative conditions will also be detected.

The condition of your red blood cells and plasma have a direct impact on your health, with stress and disease appearing in the blood years before they manifest in the body.  By viewing your blood live you can help prevent disease and by following guidelines on food and drink you can help your body return to natural balanced state.

Blood circulates through your entire body every 60 to 90 seconds. This one drop of blood viewed under a microscope has therefore travelled around your entire body and is an accurate account of your health.

A small drop of blood will be taken from your fingertip and takes under a second.  Your blood will then be read under a high powered microscope which is linked to a laptop where you will be able to see the state of your blood - live.  

Harley Street News: 12 April 2012