Live Blood Analysis

Discover the State of your Blood

Live Blood Analysis, also known as Live Cell Analysis or Darkfield Microscopy, is a technique where a drop of blood is taken from your fingertip and observed under a specialized microscope in real-time.

The microscope allows an almost three-dimensional look at the blood. The blood is magnified up to 1000 times. A video camera is hooked up to the microscope so that you may watch the entire procedure on a monitor.

Working with Edwige Cabanetos, you will be able to see the activity of your blood on a 55″ screen! You will see your red and white blood cells in the plasma and what is floating in that, like crystals, plaque, and more. Your blood is observed for 30 minutes. Once blood has left the body, it begins to die. How quickly the morphological changes happen also provides insights into your present health condition.

Having a Live Blood Analysis will enable me to advise you in the Blood Report for any required lifestyle, emotional and dietary adjustments to rebalance your blood so it’s in optimal health. This will allow your internal organs to operate in a healthy environment.

When one sees their blood in action for the first time, it’s a profound experience as you make the emotional connection within, seeing your ‘river of life’ flowing, carrying oxygen, water and nutrients that we all intuitively know and it encourages yourself to be aware of your health.

Seeing is believing…

What can Live Blood Analysis tell you?

  1. Nutritional Assessment
    Live Blood Analysis can reveal nutritional deficiencies or imbalances by observing the size, shape, and movement of blood cells with certain patterns observed in the blood that may indicate deficiencies in vitamins, minerals, or other nutrients.
  2. Toxin and Detoxification Assessment
    Live Blood Analysis can detect the presence of toxins or heavy metals in the blood, as well as assess the body’s ability to detoxify itself. Advocates suggest that certain characteristics observed in the blood, such as the presence of debris or abnormal cell structures, may indicate toxic overload.
  3. Early Detection of Health Issues
    Live Blood Analysis can identify early signs of health problems, such as inflammation, immune system dysfunction, or oxidative stress. Abnormalities observed in the blood may precede the onset of symptoms, allowing for early intervention and prevention of disease.

What can we see in the Live Blood sample?

You will be able to see the following:

  • Acidity/Alkalinity
  • Adrenal Exhaustion
  • Anaemic red blood cells
  • Allergies
  • Clotting Dysfunction
  • Dehydration
  • Digestive Issues
    (leaky gut, malabsorption, maldigestion, etc)
  • Dysbiosis
  • Immune System Function
  • Liver Stress and Toxicity
  • Nutritional Deficiencies
  • Red blood cells behaviour
  • White blood cells behaviour
  • Misshapen cells
  • Yeast infections

12 Hour Fast

This is a healthy blood picture with a clean black background (the plasma) and same size red blood cells bathing in the plasma and bouncing of each other.


Dehydration is forming as seen in this blood sample, the red blood cells are on top of each other.


Rouleaux form out of a high dehydration state. As seen on this sample, the red blood cells are now sticking together. Rouleaux can also be due to poor nutrients utilisation, especially protein. It could also be a spoiled sample and therefore another sample should be taken from the practitioner to confirm it is a rouleaux formation situation rather than a bad sample.


The patient had a meal 5 hours ago. The blood sample shows food residues as well as neutrophils (white blood cells) in the plasma whilst digestion is still taking place. The neutrophils are part of the digestive process making sure nothing is harming the body.


This sample show the beginning of fermentation as the plasma PH turns acidic.

Hypochromic cells

Hypochromic cells also called ‘bull’s eyes’, shows the haemoglobin structural collapse of the centre of the cell. This could be due to iron and/or B12, and folic acid deficiencies, or could be related to spleen dysfunction. It is often seen as being normal in a blood sample if a woman is having her periods at the time.


Inflammation shows as fibrins looking within the plasma and can indicate joint problems. The blood is not flowing well enough, therefore the oxygen is not getting to the cell efficiently. If one has been diagnosed with a high C-reactive protein levels, high level of fibrins become indicative of cardiovascular disease. Fibrins tend to show within 15 mins into the blood viewing.

White Blood Cells

Two white blood cells are shown in this sample. A healthy neutrophil on the left of the sample. The neutrophil is elongating, reaching out for any invaders in the plasma. Neutrophils have a lifespan of few hours up to 3 days and their main role is to protect our body from anything harmful entering it and especially microbes, and also remove some waste materials from the plasma. A basophil is shown on the right of the sample, these type of white blood cells also have a lifespan to few hours up to 3 days. They secrete histamine to fight an allergic reaction and/or heparin as an anticoagulant.

Appointment Fees

Live blood Analysis

This appointment takes 1.5hrs

Live blood observed for 30 minutes

See the activity of your blood on a 55′ screen

Receive a Blood Report with pictures and videos, and recommended lifestyle, emotional and dietary changes.

Blood Type Test

This appointment takes 30 minutes.

Find out what Blood Type you are

Receive your Blood Type Card

Receive a Compatible Food Chart Booklet
relevant to your blood type

Book an Appointment with Edwige Cabanetos

Edwige’s Clinic is based in Marylebone, London.

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    Susan Hume

    I have enjoyed a couple of very good visits in the most relaxed and calming atmosphere.

    The Live Blood Analysis was a fascinating experience and Edwige explained everything so simply.

    I am certainly planning to return and will definitely recommend to my friends.

    Stan Louis

    Had a per-detox Live Blood Analysis performed a few months ago and was very impressed with the service I received.

    I followed it up 90 days later with another test to judge the results of my detox. Great news!

    It’s very rare to find someone that is so passionate and professional about the service they provide.

    Thank you.”