Posted 4 March 2011
|Sevenpointfive have advertised in suburban newspapers and on their website, sevenpointfive.co.za, the Live Blood Analysis test. It claims that the “test could change your life”.|
They claim that the test can help people with “fatigue & tiredness; digestive problems; weight problems; joint & muscle pains; blood pressure; cholesterol; auto-immuine diseases”, etc.
This test is not only marketed in South Africa, and consumers may think that because this test is used in other parts of the world, that it may have some benefit. Well, what is the truth?
- Live Blood Cell Analysis: Another Gimmick to Sell You Something
- Live Cell Analysis: High-Tech Hokum (1986) (Excellent summary of the scientific facts)
Here is an excellent review of the science, and the types of cell patterns and images seen:
“Live Blood Analysis was developed from Bechamp’s discredited hypothesis by Enderlein, and then was further developed by people who blithely disregarded laws of physics. It is now practised by people who imagine they have been medically trained but in reality are dangerously ignorant of anything resembling real medical knowledge and diagnostic skills. Do you really want to put your health into the hands of such people?” Live Blood Analysis – Is It a Worthwhile Diagnostic Tool or Pure Scam?
We agree with the summary of Professor Ernst, a professor of Complementary Medicine, who concluded: “In other words, patients are potentially cheated three times over. First, you are diagnosed with a ‘condition’ you don’t have; then a lengthy and expensive treatment ensues; and finally the bogus test is repeated and you are declared ‘improved’ or ‘back to normal.'” Read article
 Ernst E. A new era of scientific discovery? Intrigued by the spectacular claims made for Live Blood Analysis? Don’t be. It doesn’t work. The Guardian, July 12, 2005.
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