HLB Blood Test: History and Definition

First I should mention that since the purpose of this website is informative try to use the simplest language can to reach as many people as possible.
To know the history of HLB blood test just have to explain the meaning of the three letters that give it its name: "H", "L" and "B".

In the middle of last century Dr. Heita initiated studies related to the shape or characteristics that acquires a drop of blood clots when and how to alter individual pathology that way. The mainly with his disciple Lagarde, who continued their education after the death of Heita in 1977, focused on the influence of cancer on the drop of coagulated blood, and mainly dealt with this kind of pathology.

Moreover, U.S., biochemist Robert W. Bradford, in the seventies and eighties gave the theoretical and scientific basis for this test to study comprehensively the issue of blood coagulation and respect not only as cancer (by the action of free radicals) alters the form of a congealed drop of dried blood, but other diseases also cause this condition.

Bradford not only studied the two classic processes of blood coagulation: 1 intrinsic process, which involves factors and mechanisms of the circulatory system, and 2 extrinsic process, which is related to clotting factors found in tissues that are activated by injury physical. Besides this, he studied other third process which he called Plan of Action-Allen Bradford Coagulation, which is activated by the action of ROS (reactive oxygen species) as well as by the action of certain bacteria.

According to Bradford, both ROS (better known as free radicals) such as bacteria influence coagulation other words the intrinsic and extrinsic.

Thanks to this meticulous study concluded that the observation and study of a series of Dried blood clots can be a great source of information about the alterations suffered when coagulation factors have been altered by different pathologies, not only cancer. Remember that blood clotting is a very complex process that come into play called coagulation factors (see list at end of entry).

So Bradford was far beyond Heita and Lagarde. So much so he has observed more than 35 alterations in the morphology of a drop of coagulated blood. The disturbance has been related to the different pathologies or pathological risk factors, so that microscopic examination of a set of coagulated blood drops of an individual can provide information on health status or pathological predispositions such as: deprivation, toxic , oxidation, metabolic imbalances, stress, etc.. which has or may have a person.

Of course, herein is a first approximation of how much that Professor Bradford has discovered in relation to Test HLB. Much more information can be found in his book 'Oxidology. The Study of Reactive Oxygen Toxic Species (Rots) and Their Metabolism in Health and Disease.

Moreover, even if I would make one reference to another of the original that has been associated with this test. Some websites will note that this test is not called HLB blood test, blood test HLBO but because it incorporates the "O" by Dr. Oswald who introduced the test by some to Europe.

With this in mind, how would define the HLB blood test?
As the study or analysis of the morphology of coagulated blood drops on a slide with the help of a medium-power microscope to assess the oxidative process within the organism, and alteration of coagulation factors or diseases caused by bacteria .

This study therefore focuses: 1 - in the structure or form that takes the fibrin network, and mesh that cover the drop, and 2 - in the observation of soluble fibrin white compound that can be seen floating in the blood some cases and more density, and therefore, deeper in others.

Besides, as we shall see, the drop of coagulated blood can give us information on other health aspects.

Therefore, it is a simple, virtually painless, since it is a simple finger prick, and besides, if done professionally with dark field microscopy shows the results on a television screen or computer awareness people so health status that compels them to take corrective action (if any). I have observed many times in the face of astonishment that they put people who see their blood on your computer screen. First, they informative or educational nature. People ask what these are red blood cells, and what is it that moves? What about all that is seen in a drop of blood?

And then it makes people aware of the reality of their health and their way of living, eating and thinking, which of course affects their general condition, and results in a self-examination of how they are using their bodies and their lives. Many will say: "I have to take action" or "from now on I will take my health more seriously."

So we have a powerful tool that, with its limitations as all we can give a fairly accurate picture of our biological reality, so that guide us and show us the path towards the changes we need to do even before symptoms or present abruptly come to a chronic condition that is more difficult to escape.

Coagulation factors:
I: Fibrinogen
II: Prothrombin
III: Tissue Factor
IV: Calcium
V: Factor labile
VI: (not assigned)
VII: Factor stable
VIII Antihemophilic Factor A
IX: Antihemophilic Factor B
X Stuart-Prower factor
XI: Antihemophilic Factor C
XII: Hageman Factor
XIII: fibrin stabilizing factor

More on HLB Blood Test:

* HLB Blood Test (HLBO). What can and can not reveal.
* HLB blood test and its similarity to Iridology

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