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And the Answer to What Blood Is, is…

Question: What is Blood? Answer: Blood is a colloidal suspension under the control of zeta potential. Recently political debates (if you could call it that) were held with one party here in the US. The subject of vaccinations came up. Two doctors were asked their opinion. Lost on everyone; doctors are not qualified to render …

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It’s in Your DNA

While I’d like to get Biomedx into your DNA by seeing you come to a workshop and begin to think through health in the most dynamic way ever, right now I’ll just share a little DNA news which comes by way of the Ancestry blog. Interesting tidbits like… Every strand of DNA inside you, unwrapped, …

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I’m So Excited

From: Linda, unregistered nurse. I was recently showing a doctor what I do, and he told me it was nice to see such excitement from someone embarking on a new endeavor. Then I had to tell him I’ve been doing this work for over 15 years! And yes, I still get as excited now as …

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A Quantum Perspective

You can’t escape it. If you do this work, are involved in health, wonder how the body heals and what messages it has to tell, you will likely be led to learning or pondering more about quantum physics. At the level of the small it is a strange and wondrous world. We can begin to …

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The Body Lives in a Material World

I believe that if someone is working with people on a level of helping them to health, it makes sense that the practitioner have objective measures telling them exactly what is going on with their client’s health regarding core homeostatic balance points and controls. How often does it happen that when a person is not …

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Blind Leading the Blind

We are facing a health care crisis world-wide that is of unprecedented size due in no small part to corporate, political, and academic agendas that have annihilated common sense and people’s ability to critically think through fundamental aspects of human physiology and biochemistry and what it means to be healthy. If the annihilation of the …

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Did you Hear the One About the Person That is Too Acid?

Yep. Everyone is too acid don’t you know! Too toxic, too acid – it is the bane of our existence. Yeah right. Think FALLACY. NEWSFLASH…. Dateline: somewhere in the 1950’s, Emanuel Revici discovers conjugated trienic fatty acids…. Re-discovered 30 years later and called leukotrienes. These are catabolic pro-inflammatory lipids that are behind dyschlorobiosis – i.e., …

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The Hundredth Monkey

Are we there yet? Not yet, but I think it is coming. A grand shift in world consciousness where we collectively wake up to the powerful elite that have ruled the roost through mass manipulation on numerous fronts. If you are involved in the health care market you have no doubt seen this shift in …

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Tastiest Green Drink

Ok, a bit of promotion – this just in… Steve, I can’t BELIEVE how good these greens taste!! They have been flying off the shelves. We received the order on Thursday, we opened the box to provide a sampler after each client session, and 4 out of 5 people purchased the greens on the spot! …

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What’s Better – Phase Contrast or Dark Field for Nutritional Microscopy?

A RECENT QUESTION: I’m looking into buying a microscope for dark field microscopy for live blood viewing and have found that some people think I should buy a microscope that has a phase contrast turret condenser whereas others think that dark field microscopy can only be done with a microscope having a dedicated dark field …

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Blood Dry Layers

Health care and wellness practitioners that use a microscope in their practice for patient education have a unique ability to observe the extent of free radical activity taking place in the body. This is through a procedure called the Dry Layer Oxidative Stress Test. It is very simple. A drop of blood from the finger …

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