Blood before Blushield use

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Parameter: Haemolysis
Degree: Severe
Your red blood cell membranes are excessively fragile and have become damaged. As the cell deflates, it appears to ‘go out’, like a light being switched off, leaving a faint cell outline (ghost cell). This may be the result of oxidation due to trauma, toxicity or infection. It may also indicate essential fatty acid deficiency, which can lead to weakness in the red blood cell membranes.

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Parameter: Red Crystals
Degree: Severe
Red crystals are thought to be condensations of
haemoglobin released from ruptured red blood cells. This sign may be associated with oxidative stress or infection.

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Parameter: Protein Linkage
Degree: Moderate
Some of your red blood cells are linked together by strands of sticky proteins, produced when the body is experiencing inflammation. This can give the red blood cells a tear-drop appearance and they can form long chains. This inflammation can be associated with infection, allergy, toxicity, poor digestion or unhealthy dietary choices.

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Parameter: Hypersecretory Platelets
Degree: Moderate
Platelets are small particles within your blood that are responsible for the clotting process. When observed viaHemaview, platelets can produce vesicles (bubbles)containing inflammatory chemicals. This can be a sign of
prolonged low-level immune activation, often as a result of “leaky gut syndrome”.

Test Subject Before Blushield: Male Mid thirties

Exposed to electrical equipment all day.

Plays computer games after work. Poor diet

White Blood Cell Differential Count
Cell Type Counted Counted % Low High
Neutrophils 55 61% <55 >65
Lymphocytes 25 28% <20 >30
Atypical Lymphocytes 1 1% * 0 0
Monocytes 9 10% * <4 >8
Eosinophils 0 0% >4
Basophils 0 0% >1
Total Counted 90
* Count is out of range

 

 Blood after Blushield use

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Parameter: Anisocytosis
Degree: Mild
There is significant variation in the size of your red blood cells. This is common, but not ideal and may lead to fatigue. Anisocytosis is commonly associated with an insufficiency of B12, folate or iron. Less commonly it may be caused by toxicity or infection.

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Parameter: Protein Linkage
Degree: Mild
Some of your red blood cells are linked together by strands of sticky proteins, produced when the body is experiencing inflammation. This can give the red blood cells a tear-drop appearance and they can form long chains. This inflammation can be associated with infection, allergy, toxicity, poor digestion or unhealthy dietary choices.

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Parameter: Lymphocytes - atypical
Degree: Moderate
Lymphocytes are a type of white blood cell, responsible for protecting the body against infection. Atypical lymphocytes have swollen membranes which may indicate they have been dealing with viral exposure.

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Parameter: Erythrocyte Aggregation
Degree: Mild
Your red blood cells are sticking to one another and forming clumps, due to being coated in sticky proteins.
This is a sign that there may be inflammation happening in your body. This inflammation can be associated with infection, allergy, toxicity, poor digestion or unhealthy dietary choices.

The Subject was given a Blushield Portable to carry around with him at all times. A Blushield Plug-in model was also installed at his home and was kept going 24/7.

No other changes were made to diet or lifestyle during the testing period which was from 11th January 2012 till the14th of March 2012.

Within 2 months obvious changes took place in the subjects blood. Despite the subject having a cold at the time. This can be easily seen here in the photographs.

Lymphocytes went from 25 to 15 showing a normalisation of the immune system. This is reflected in the blood. Obvious changes are apparent and the walls of the blood cells have normalised within a very short period of time. This was very noticeable, and very surprising to the tester.

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