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What the Heck IS That!?

June 14, 2008

What is it?

Yesterday I did a follow up bio-terrain test. It includes a microscopic look at live blood, which I love to see. It is so cool to watch the blood cells running around and cheer for the white cells moving around looking for stuff that should not be there! Very fun. They are sparkly and alive. It is easy to see how active thy are.

Well, look what we found! this picture was not taken till four hours after it got to the slide.   Rats…should have thought to take it when we first saw it. (Donna is pretty sure that this is the one) It was silver and looked like a prehistoric creature or a bug or something. Yikes! The good news was that my white blood cells were KICKING IT’S ASS! They had it surrounded. Funny thing was that when we first started looking at the blood we did not see white blood cells in the field…well, I guess that is why! Everybody was busy! I did not count at the time, though I think there must have been 10 white blood cells surrounding this thing. (which was not moving , by the way!)

This is yet another reason to not eat sugar. When you eat sugar it stuns these cute little sparkly white blood cells. then, instead of looking like amoebas and moving through the blood, they turn into circles and just sit there. For five hours!

There were a couple other strange looking things (with legs…eeeuuuuwwww!) in the blood. One looked like a lifesaver and the other just a round thing. they had cilia on them that acted like propellers. I have no idea what they are. Never saw anything like them before. What I think is that the heavy metals detox that I’m doing now is moving enough stuff around that it is kicking out some other parasites from their homes. Good!

The dry blood view showed that the levels of heavy metals are less than they were, and the liver stars are gone. After the surgeries and chemotherapy last summer I was showing liver stress in both live and dry blood. Right now I am not.

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9 Comments leave one →
  1. Pat permalink
    June 17, 2008 6:36 pm

    Wow, this is way cool, Liz. Thanks for the photo AND all the descriptions. Go White Cells!!!

  2. Pat permalink
    June 17, 2008 6:38 pm

    Wow, this is very cool, Liz. Thanks for the photo AND the descriptions. GO WHITE CELLS!!!

  3. June 17, 2008 8:43 pm

    Yeah, Pat! those little guys are doing a great job!

  4. Mary Hillstrom permalink
    June 18, 2008 7:43 am

    What a bizarre shape to have in the body! I always expect to see round or curved shapes; and that looks almost rectangular. Not that I know anything about this, mind you! Regardless, I’m glad your white blood cells are working on it!!!
    I’m also glad to hear that your detox efforts are paying off. Less heavy metals and a happy liver sound like excellent improvements.
    Thinking of you!
    Mary

  5. June 18, 2008 8:20 am

    Hi Mary! Thanks for the cheering! There is a whole lot of drama in that little drop of blood 🙂
    thinking of you too! Hopefully can see you soon…:)

  6. Moon Masque Mystic permalink
    June 19, 2008 11:55 pm

    What kind of doctor did you visit to have this type of blood test conducted? About how much does it cost to test the body for heavy metals and to exam the blood?

    I’m interested in this type of holistic healthcare, but as we all know, very few insurance companies cover such services. It’s very frustrating and scary.

    I’m glad you are making improvements and able to see these improvements validated with the testing.

    Blessings,
    Moon Masque

  7. June 21, 2008 7:46 am

    Hi Moon Masque! Thanks for the visit! Unhappily, most doctors know nothing about this stuff… If you find a naturapath that would be a good thing. Failing that, if you click the link to His Design for Health on the right side of the page here, Donna may be able to help you find someone in your area.
    Insurance companies do not recognize anything except pharma treatments…sooo…they do not cover this stuff…sad and true.
    the cost to test for heavy metals is $60 the last time I had it done. The cost of live blood will change depending on who does it…they can set their own rates…expect somewhere around $100…
    Hope all this helps 🙂

  8. June 26, 2008 5:43 pm

    Great post. Love all the information!

    Bueller

  9. June 26, 2008 9:14 pm

    Bueller – Thanks so much!

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