Live Blood Analysis Services

Ross Andersen DC, ND, DO (MP)

EMF Consultant-Osteopathic Practitioner-Live Blood Analyst.


Understanding SafeZone Blood Analysis Reports

These reports are based on over 7400 blood analyses performed by Ross Andersen since 1996. Ross studied with Dr. Philip Hoekstra, PhD of Dearborn, Michigan. Dr. Hoekstra currently runs the world’s most sophisticated and experienced breast thermography facility. He has performed over 1 million breast thermograms. He stopped doing live blood analysis in 2005 to concentrate his work on eradicating the mammogram. He authorized Ross Andersen to teach live blood analysis based upon medical hematology and microbiology. Some live blood disciplines are not based in solid science and unfortunately discredit the discipline of live blood analysis. One of Ross Andersen’s goals is to bring credibility back to live blood analysis by confirming its reproducibility and scientific basis. All the findings in this report are based on solid science and can be backed up by the studies of hematology and microbiology.

These reports are moderately technical and need to be read thoroughly with a list of questions produced for clarification at a follow-up appointment done by phone or in person. The analysis is designed to find patterns of the appearance and functioning of all the components of the blood. Thousands of red blood cells, hundreds of white blood cells, hundreds of platelets and thousands of other structures in the blood are examined. After doing thousands of these exams, correlation of various factors has come into play. Ross Andersen was the live blood analyst and the clinician for thousands of clients between 1996 and 2006. The experience gained by correlating lab results and live blood analysis results, as well as clinical features of physical examinations and case histories allowed for significant correlation of information and the resulting reports that offer significant amounts of knowledge.

The first part of the report contains a short prologue and then several graded color bars which give a good visual representation of the main challenges. Of course, green is good and red is bad and the star on each color bar represents the level of the findings at the time of the analysis. Underneath each category is a short explanation and some of these contain indications as well. Many of these color bars are interrelated as one finding relates to another and ultimately, causal factors can be determined by the patterns of the different findings. There is some simplicity in the ultimate findings from this report, in that the causal factors for many challenges are the same.

The second part of the report contains an individual written summary of the main challenges and where attention needs to be paid. This section is where significant questions may arise.

Following this is a discussion section for each of the findings seen in the color bar portion as well as the physician’s technical report. These are explanatory paragraphs, so the client may understand more deeply what each of these findings means. Further research can be performed via the Internet or a library if one so desires. It is highly recommended that one educates oneself as much as possible with the end result being a deeper understanding of how to live healthier and happier.

The Physician’s Technical Report is intended for presentation to a naturopath, alternative medical physician or alternative practitioner utilizing nutritional therapies, homeopathy or any other modality outside of the realm of allopathic medicine. Most alternative practitioners understand the concepts contained in these reports and can help clients improve their health by working with their expert modalities to advise clients.

At the end of this technical report is a list of findings. These are the findings based upon years of experience and correlation with many other factors in the client’s history and current situation. Some of these findings are interrelated as one may cause another. The recommendations in the report are designed to ultimately eliminate these findings and improve the health of the client so that they need not suffer a disease. Ultimately, that is the goal of live blood analysis. Eradicating disease and allowing the client to live a healthy and long life, disease-free is the goal.

Follow-up live blood analysis is highly recommended. It is an excellent way to monitor one’s health and the results from implementing lifestyle changes, nutritional programs and many other therapies. Follow-up analyses can be performed in as little time as two weeks in certain situations. Most commonly is a period of three or six months to determine changes in one’s blood picture. It takes time for lifestyle changes and nutritional programs to have their effect on the blood cells. Red blood cells live about four months/120 days and consequently, each analysis is evaluating the last four months of one’s life as it relates to the red blood cells and what they tell. White blood cells live anywhere from a week to a year depending on the cell and the conditions within the client. If there is a severe infection, a live a much shorter life as they are working extremely hard to fight the infection. Other components of the blood have various lifespans as well. It gets very technical at this point and further explanation is not warranted in this document.

Red blood cells should be round, intact, empty and all about the same size. White blood cells should be intact, in certain numbered ratios, and functioning normally. All of this is evaluated in a proper live blood exam. Platelet function can be evaluated by the number and size of what are called platelet aggregates. These are actually small blood clots which are normal on a live blood sample. Exposure to air for 3 to 5 seconds activates the playlist to do their job which is defined other platelets and form a small clot in order to stop bleeding.

Many of the components of the blood are evaluated including microorganisms of many types, fat particles, crystals of various sorts, and even toxic residues which are occasionally seen.

All of this information is correlated in a raw data format which is then transposed into the report which follows this document. The live blood analysis report can be correlated with lab results, physical exam results or other examinations from various types of practitioners. Ultimately, it is extremely valuable information for the health and well-being of virtually anyone.