Special Nutrition to Host Nutritional Blood Analaysis Group
Nov 08, 2011 11:23AM
People are shockingly uninformed about their blood, according to Live Cell Morphologist Bud Cronin.
“A drop of blood, a high powered microscope and a technician could be a recipe for good health, “ says Bud Cronin. Cronin, a live-Cell Morphologist for Nutritional Blood Analysis Research Group, will offer nutritional blood analysis at Special Nutrition on Stickney Point Road in Sarasota on November 17, from 9am until 6pm.
This alternative medicine procedure uses a microscope to analyze blood cells to determine a patient’s health. Cronin and his staff of Technicians will meet with clients and examine their blood for undigested proteins, toxins, fungus, yeast and sugar buildups, parasites, uric acids and other potential problems.
“We don’t diagnose or prescribe,” Cronin said. “We say, this is what I see in the blood; this is what I would do to remedy it.
“I’ve got 30 minutes with you to educate you about yourself,” Cronin said. “We say, don’t tell us anything; we’ll show it to you in your blood.” In each 30-minute appointment, Cronin uses a screen to show clients what he sees under the microscope. He explains potential problems and offers suggestions for correcting them. “Everything starts in the digestive tract,” Cronin said. “Medical doctors don’t often diagnose digestion.”
Louise Mastro of Special Nutrition offers this service to her customers to help them learn about their nutritional and digestive problems and provide solutions to those problems. Cronin and his staff can advise clients on how to deal with any abnormalities in their blood. People with undiagnosed ailments and even those who appear to be healthy could benefit from nutritional blood analysis. “Less than 10 percent of people have normal-looking blood.” Cronin said.
If you would like to schedule an appointment for nutritional blood analysis call Bahni or Marco at Special Nutrition at 941-929-0884. Special Nutrition is conveniently located at 1882 Stickney Point Road in Sarasota.