| Healthy|| ||Unhealthy|
Poor protein metabolism and altered pH or acid imbalance, which varies the electrical negative charge of the cell membrane causing them to stick together.
| || RBC Aggregation|
The loss of the negative surface charge; this is a more disorganizing symptom where plasma acids act as molecular glue, causing RBCs to stick together
| || Protein Linkage|
Over acidity and blood
pH imbalance. The diet is high in strong acids from proteins and carbohydrates
Ingestion of an excessive amount of over acidic food and drinks which causes a deficiency of sodium bicarbonate in the alkalophile glands.
| || Echinocytes|
Latent tissue acidosis in the extra cellular fluid and the body’s inability to remove acid waste build up in the blood causing the cells to break down
| || Fibrous Thallus|
Indicates a nationalization of bacteria, yeast/fungus, mold, and their acid wastes and acid crystals lying in a dormant/ inactive state
Involved in clotting to prevent internal bleeding. There is usually an increase during detoxification with the complete program and effective diet because the body is pulling acids stored in the connective tissues back into bloodstream for elimination.
| || Bacteria/Yeast|
Yeast overgrowth, collection of yeast, bacterial, fungus, mold. very toxic. Indicated in advanced stages of latent tissue acidosis. Highly disruptive to normal blood circulation
| || Target Cells|
Fermenting RBCs; White spots or white yeast forms inside RBCs; Indicates the diet is too high in carbohydrates/simple sugars; sugar intolerance and/or imbalance; endocrine system/ pancreas stress
Born out of RBCs due to blood pH Imbalance from latent tissue acidosis; diet too high in protein, carbohydrates/ sugars; may be caused by excess antibiotic use, hormonal therapy, steroid use; fungal outfection
| || Platelets|
High counts are due to latent tissue acidosis and excess acids in the bloodstream not being eliminated through the urinary tract causing RBCs to biologically transform giving birth to “filthy, dirty, platelets”.
| || Rod Forms|
Bacterial forms born out of RBCs and found in the blood when there is latent tissue acidosis which alters the blood pH; due to acidic diet, emotional or physical stress, low nascent oxygen (O1); waste products of bacteria and yeast/ fungus.
Indicates recent consumption of excess sugars/ carbohydrates or proteins; WBCs are paralyzed by the acids (acetyl aldehyde, ethanol alcohol, lactic, nitric, uric, sulfuric, and phosphoric) for up to 5 hours.
| || Basophiles|
Perceived to be related to allergies and/or sensitivities to foods or the environment; exotoxic and mycotoxic reactions; histaminea. Alergic reactions to dairy.
| || T-cell|
WBCs that neutralize acids by releasing electrons or “oxygen buffering species” also known as “free radicals” into the blood or lymph plasma; elevated from serious illness, lymphatic stress, environmental chemicals/toxins, drugs or medications
Crystals are observed when there is excess acidity. It is the body’s preservation mechanism to buffer acidity and create a solid form which is less toxic than the liquid acids. Crystal are perceived to be the signature of the microzyma fermenting sugar, protein or fat.
| || Black Crystals|
Tobacco, marijuana; chemical, recreational and prescription drugs. Brown is also associate with the fermentation of protein.
| || Cholesterol |
Usually indicates high blood pressure, arterial sclerosis, high cholesterol. Diet is too high in animal source proteins. Dehydration, acidosis.
| Healthy|| ||Unhealthy|
Perceived to be holding metals in the tissue which may be due to dental fillings, first or second hand cigarette smoke, environmental pollutants, cleaning products, personal care products, water pipes, table salt, acid music, acid thoughts, etc.
| ||Low Alkaline Buffers|
Appears as a double coastline. Perceived to be low alkalophile buffers including sodium bicarbonate and minerals; and spiritual disconnection.
| || Circulatory Imbalances|
Appear as one or more raised or rubbed out lighter areas or a blisters if found in 4th Ring. Perceived to be circulatory imbalances, high or low blood pressure, high cholesterol or magnesium deficiency.
|Reproductive Organs Stress|
Perceived to be challenges in men to the prostate; in women the uterus, cervix or ovaries; also the bladder; includes emotional imbalances
| || Bowel Toxicity|
Perceived to be small and large bowel holding toxins, possible damage to the intestinal villas, possible pockets in intestine, poor or irregular elimination, and poor digestion with gas, pain or bloating.
| || Parasites |
Possible sources of parasites include diet, raw fish, improperly cooked protein, pets, travel out of country, water supply, weakened white blood cells. Parasites can only exist in an acidic environment with weakened tissue.