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From a Nutritional Perspective


  • How routine blood tests can help with our nutritional assessment
  • Blood elements & nutrients required to make them
  • Allopathic interpretations
  • “Normal” blood score ranges
  • Keeping blood score ranges “optimal” with proper nutrition
  • Connecting blood test scores to metal and chemical toxicity
  • Using blood tests to predict & resolve Metabolic Syndrome

Understanding How To Interpret the Laboratory Results

Routine blood tests can help with our nutritional assessment. As with any assessment method,  It is important to keep things in context. Also essential, is to take an exact history. 80% of our assessment should be based on the history taking and especially getting a timeline on events. Look for “not well since” and the accumulative load of events and traumas from chemicals, metals, physical and emotional shocks,  EMF’s, nutritional deficiencies and imbalances. Always look in the client’s mouth at what has been done to the teeth. Dental materials, infections, implants, root canals, should all be considered when taking the case. Address the traumas of all of these events and you will get to the true root causes and your protocols will make a huge difference in overall results and healing. Blood tests are quantitative. Biological assessments are even better, like Live Cell Microscopy, because these assess the terrain. We are not diagnosing, when we are looking at the Live Blood. We are looking at the terrain that is allowing the  symptomatology to take place. 



 Presented By:

  1. Lynne Hinton, BSc, BEd, ROHP, CHCP
  2. Marlene Marshall, CNP, ROHP, CHCP
  3. Gilda Rovan, BA, DIHom(Pract), ROHP

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