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A drop of blood is placed on a glass slide in a series of layers. After the layers dry they are studied under a microscope.
The spaces between cells are called the extra cellular matrix. When the tester looks at this matrix and makes note of what are called “polymerized proteins,” this gives a good indication of the level of oxidative stress.
Another type test is called the Mycotoxic Oxidative Stress Test. This is performed by putting a drop of blood on a slide and letting it clot for 30 seconds.
A healthy person’s blood once clotted will show a red area with interconnected black lines of a protein called fibrin. Abnormal looking fibrin molecules are an indication of elevated oxidative stress and free radicals which cause disease. Since free radical activity is a factor in nearly all diseases, this test can be used as a quick reference to determine the severity of your health problems.
– Large wide gaps or linked lakes between blood cells. This observation is usually indicative of cancer, degenerative disease, high free-radical stress & toxins, systemic infection, systemic circulatory insufficiency, and collagen diseases.