Live Blood Analysis Report and Pictures 29 February 2008

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					                                     Nick Kay
                 Nutritional Microscopy Research Demonstration
                           Observed February 29, 2008
                           Client Research Summary

Summarized Client Concerns and Health History.
The Purpose of Blood Evaluation
The main purpose of blood evaluation, according to Dr. Young, is to show how
the body is being challenged by acid and indications of related
symptomologies. His foundational theory is that all functions of the human
organism are acidic and that the ideal state of the body is alkaline by design.

It is well recognized that blood shows biological changes when the body is
experiencing symptoms of sickness and disease. Empirically, after many years
of research by numerous scientists, it has been discovered that certain blood
profiles are associated with certain health challenges.

Dr. Young’s understandings, as in The New Biology, states that there is only
one sickness and one disease, which is the over acidification of the body.
Dr. Young also states, that it follows that there can only be one remedy or
treatment, which is to alkalize the body and restore an alkaline/acid balance.
Pictures of blood samples reflect the type, degree and area of acidification as
well as the affects of the acidification in the body. Nutritional and lifestyle
changes can than be made to alkalize and restore the alkaline/acid balance
(pH balance) in the body.

The information in, and findings made from, your blood demonstration report
are, therefore, made in accordance with Dr. Young’s understandings, as in The
New Biology. The findings will make it possible to indicate, beneficial and
appropriate, nutritional and lifestyle changes that could be made by you to
alkalize and restore an alkaline/acid balance to your body.

Follow up support is also available to help you implement any changes you
choose to make.

The process is for educational and informational purposes only and does not
diagnose or treat disease or replace consultation with a medical
practitioner. Changes in nutrition and lifestyle, and the underlying reasons
for making changes, are fully explained in the book, “The pH Miracle”, as
well as, in other publications, written by Dr. Young.




                             Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
     Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
        Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
Nutritional Microscopy Research Demonstration                                     Page 2


Live Blood Summary
• Target and white spots on the RBC’s indicating sensitivities to sugar. No
   dietary sugars (carbohydrates) even hidden sugars – like sugars from dairy,
   grains, alcohol or high sugar fruits. Cut out all sugary desserts, high sugar
   fruits, dairy, alcohol and all grains and legumes.
• Watch your intake of seeds and nuts. Only drink fresh almond or hazel nut
   milk rather than lots of almonds or other nuts because nuts are difficult to
   digest.
• Irregular shaped RBC’s indicates a deficiency in healthy fats and congestion
   in the small and large bowel, pancreas, kidney, bladder, reproductive
   organs and liver.
• Increase healthy fats to a minimum of 90 grams a day or 2 to 3 ounces. RBC
   clumping indicates a compromise of the cellular membranes due to acid
   which acts like molecular glue causing the cells to stick together. Focus on
   the fats from hemp, flax, coconut, olive, primrose, pumpkin and borage
   seed oils rather then butter, margarine, safflower or grape seed and use
   liberal amounts of supplemental oils up to 90 grams a day, like Udo’s Oil
   and Mannitoba Farms Hemp Oil.
• Make sure you are drinking at least 4 to 5 liters Greens each day with at
   least 1 to 2 scoops of green powder and 1 or 2 squirts of liquid chlorophyll
   in each liter per day.
• Low yeast levels and general overview of red blood cells and white blood
   cells need improving so eat lots of liquefied green foods, especially kale,
   broccoli, cucumber, avocado, spinach, etc. You can also eat all kinds of
   sprouts including soy sprouts, bean sprouts and seed sprouts to curb sugar
   cravings. Eat more purred and juiced green foods like spinach, celery,
   parsley, cucumber and broccoli. Lots of avocados and tomatoes (1 to 2
   avocados a day).
• When energy levels are high or low drink your greens and eat crystal or sea
   salt or pHlavor mineral salt spray and poly-unsaturated fats like Hemp oil.
• Low levels of lemon and oval RBC’s indicates poor protein digestion and
   sensitivities to protein. Eliminate all animal proteins, except for fatty fish
   and fish oils.
• Low levels of white acid crystals from carbohydrate.


Dry Blood Summary
• Layers 1 and 2 or blood drops 1 and 2, rings 5 and 6 shows small to medium
   sized localized protein or acid pools indicating lymphatic system and skin
   not clearing out acids - hydrate with Green drinks and pHour salts and do
   low impact exercise every day or lymphatic massage or dry heat sauna - not
   steam. I would also suggest whole body vibrational exercises for better
   circulation.
• All layers showing a strong fibrin connection indicating health.


                             Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
     Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
        Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
Nutritional Microscopy Research Demonstration                                     Page 3



Nutritional Microscopy Demonstration Overall Summary
• Start with pureed or juiced alkaline green foods diet for 2 to 4 weeks. You
   need to eat and drink like a little baby for the entire time. No solid foods
   unless chewed to a liquid state. Use 1 drop of the pH drops per 6 to 8
   ounces of distilled water or per 250 ml. You can also put 5 drops of the pH
   drops in each liter of pH Greens or fresh green juices. I would suggest you
   dilute your fresh green juices at 1 part juice to 10 parts distilled water and
   then add 2 drops per 8 ounces of pH drops. You need to supplement with
   your diet with magnesium and zinc – use the Ortho Pack taking 1 capsule 6
   times a day of Ortho Plex II and Z link. Take at least 2 to 3 tbs of
   polyunsaturated fats. The best is Hemp Oil from Manitoba Farms in Canada
   and fish oils from Nordic Naturals. You can generally find these oils at the
   natural food store. If not ask for it. Manitoba also has wonderful pumpkin
   seed oil that is cold pressed. Make sure you are drinking at least 4 to 5
   liters of alkaline green drinks each day. Take a magnesium supplement of 2
   to 4/500mg. capsules of pHlush with each meal or every 4 hours for
   clearing toxins in the liver and bowels. Also take 2 capsules of the
   magnesium supplement called pHlush with 4 to 6 ounces of distilled water
   with 1 to 2 drops of pH drops before going to bed. Each morning upon
   rising take 4 ounces of purified alkalized water with 2 drops of pH drops
   and 1 tsp of pHour salts to clean and alkalize the digestive system.


Call to schedule a 15 minute follow-up telephone call; this is part of your visit.
Please read over the materials in your packet before our call.



Follow up in 12 weeks; or for significant imbalances follow up in 4-6 weeks.




                             Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
     Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
        Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
Nutritional Microscopy Research Demonstration                                     Page 4


Take Seven: Seven Steps to Health and Balance


Step 1. Super Hydrate

Your first step toward health and balance must be to fully hydrate your body.
Target increasing daily hydration to one liter for every 30 pounds of body
weight. For example if your weight 180 pounds, you need to get in 6 liters of
electron-rich alkaline water every day. Work up to your target gradually.

Use electron-rich structured alkaline (pH 9.5 or above) water. The quality of
the water makes a difference in the success of this program. Use distilled
water for good results. Purchase a water ionizer that also raises the pH for
better results; a recommended product is the Jupiter Melody which can be
found at www.phmiracleliving.com




                             Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
     Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
        Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
Nutritional Microscopy Research Demonstration                                     Page 5


Step 2. Eat Right For Your Life

Begin making better food choices more often. Learn about the ‘House of
Health Food Chart’. See www.phmiracleliving.com for recipes, books, CDs and
DVDs on how to eat healthier and more alkaline with Shelley Redford Young.
Also, all of the pH Miracle Series of books contains information and recipes on
alkaline eating in the second half of the book. Register for the free monthly
pH Miracle Living newsletter while on the website.

The twelve steps to eliminating acid foods from your diet:
1. Rethink breakfast, ditching acidic cereals, eggs, baked goods, dairy
    products, fruit juice, and coffee in favor of the same alkaline foods you’d
    choose at other times of the day on this plan, especially green veggies.
    You can do a ‘Mini Cleanse’ each day by having the liquid meals like
    vegetable juices, soups, and shakes for breakfast.
2. Keep your meals 80% alkaline (vegetables and polyunsaturated fats) and 20%
    acidic (everything else) or better. Cover three-quarters of your plate at
    every meal with vegetables.
3. Increase the amount of your food you eat raw.
4. Phase out sugary deserts.
5. Eliminate ALL meats except for fatty fish.
6. Eliminate all dairy products.
7. Cut out the yeast and all breads.
8. Get rid of white flour.
9. Eliminate all grains including rice and oats.
10. Avoid added sugar especially high sugar fruits.
11. Eat only low-sugar fruits and vegetables.
12. Check your condiments.

NO dairy or legumes!!


Step 3. Exercise

Get the right kind of exercise that will help you to move your lymphatic system
and sweat, thereby moving excess acids out through the skin. Rebounding
moves every cell in the body. You may also consider walking, jogging,
swimming, bicycling, whole body vibration exercise, weight training or using a
cross-trainer like an elliptical machine.
Whatever you choose do it at least five times a week for at least sixty minutes
a day and make sure you sweat!

Whole body vibration and/or rebounding each day at least 10 to 15 minutes 2
to 3 times a day.


                             Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
     Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
        Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
Nutritional Microscopy Research Demonstration                                     Page 6


Step 4. Take Your Supplements

Begin with the “Foundational Six” products:

1. Powered Greens, 2. pH Drops, 3. Dephense drops, 4. Soy Sprouts goes in your
green avocado shake – use 1 to 2 scoops, and 5. Magnesium supplement called
pHlush and 6) Fish Oils called opti oils which is in your plastic bag 7) Clay
(Minimally begin powered Greens, 5 drops per liter of the pH drops).

Target weakened areas: Take the Ortho Pack at least 1 capsule 3 times a day.
Take 4 capsules of magnesium or pHlush with each meal to clear bowels. Take
1 scoop or 1 tbsp of Clay with 4 to 6 ounces of distilled water, 3 to 4 x a day.
Finally eat liberal amounts of real salt or Celtic sea salt or spray the pHlavor
salts through out day. Drink salt water (use the pHour salts) every morning
before eating any other foods or drinks. You can mix 1 scoop of pHour salts in
4 ounces of purified water 2 to 3 times a day or when your saliva or urine pH is
below 7.2. Use the pHflavor for salting your drinks and your food. Take 1 tsp
of NAC and 1 tsp of Glutathione 3x a day or use 50% NAC with 50% Glutathione
in the nebulizer 2 or 3x a day. Take orally 1 Tbs. of chlorophyll 3 to 4 times a
day.

Work up to the recommended doses gradually:

Powered Greens - Begin with 2 to 3 scoops of powered Greens and 5 drops of
pH drops in a liter of distilled or ionized water.

Capsules – Take 3 times with meals or with your greens

Colloids – Take before food or drink.




Step 5. Prepare your Emotional Environment


Step 6. Set Goals and Write them Down

Take your pH of urine and saliva each day. Make sure your pH of urine and
saliva is above 7.2. Keep a daily record of your urine and saliva pH. Test
the urine each time you go to the bathroom and test your saliva 5 minutes
before eating and 5 minute after eating and write down. Ideal pH for urine
and saliva are 7.2 or above.

Recommend high pH enemas and colonics with pH drops at a pH of at least
9.5.
                             Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
     Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
        Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
Nutritional Microscopy Research Demonstration                                     Page 7




Step 7. Cleanse your Body from the Inside Out

Detoxification is the first step in achieving balance. Participate in one of the
upcoming Community Cleanses using one of the recommended product
packages. Until then get familiar with the alkalizing foods; especially the
shakes and soups.

Expect to notice some detoxification taking place as your body becomes more
alkaline and begins eliminating stored acids. Detoxification is recognized with
the appearance of flu-like symptoms, such as diarrhea, headache, nausea,
rashes, nasal congestion, etc. It may also feel like a reoccurrence of “old”
symptomologies. Detoxification can be managed in most cases so that
symptoms are mild.

All of these things are the body’s attempts at removing excess acidity. This is
a good thing – I’d rather have these acids on the outside rather than on the
inside of my body!


Welcome to the House of Health! By following these guidelines you are
assuming personal responsibility for your health. The only thing constant is
change. No matter what you are currently experiencing with your health the
possibility of transforming for the better exists. When one transforms eating
and lifestyle then strong blood can be built, and strong blood will build a
healthy and strong body. It’s ultimately your choice and your responsibility.




                             Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
     Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
        Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
Nutritional Microscopy Research Demonstration                                       Page 8


Live Blood Analysis: Example of the UNCHANGED BLOOD SUMMARY

Healthy Balanced Blood

Healthy blood in live analysis should have the red blood cells
   • residing freely in their own space
   • not overlapping or sticking together
   • but gently repelling each other because of their negative charge
   • uniform in size, shape, and color




Samples of Dr. Young’s Healthy Blood




                                                                 Nick live blood 2/29/08

Un-Healthy Out of Balance Blood
The blood serum surrounding the cells should be clear without
   • parasitic forms
   • bacteria
   • yeast
   • mold
   • crystals
   • other undesired floating masses.


                              Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
      Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
         Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
Nutritional Microscopy Research Demonstration                                      Page 9




Samples of unhealthy blood




                              Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
      Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
         Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
Nutritional Microscopy Research Demonstration                                     Page 10


Dry Blood Analysis: Example MYCOTOXIC OXIDATIVE STRESS SUMMARY

1. Healthy blood in the dry
evaluation should show consistency in
the intermeshed fibrin protein lines
(These are visually comparable to a
cobweb).

2. Coloring in a healthy sample
should appear evenly bright red. Loss
of color is a representation of the
level of acidosis in the body tissues.

3. There is an absence of white
protein pools which represent the
severity of cellular disorganization
and toxic activity that has resulted
from acids settling in the body and
causing irritation/inflammation or a
degenerative condition.




Dr. Young’s Dried Healthy Blood




                                                                 Dr. Young’s
Healthy live blood sample
                              Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
      Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
         Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
Nutritional Microscopy Research Demonstration                                         Page 11




                                                                    Nick’s Dried Blood 2/29/08

Patterns and white “protein pools” are evaluated by size, clarity, shape and location:




Samples of unhealthy dried blood

   Size:
   It is healthier to see PPPs small
   • Under 10 Microns – Hypersensitivities, allergic reactions
   • 10-40 Microns – Irritation/Inflammation, Physical/Emotional Stress, Physical Strain
   • Over 40 Microns – Disorganizing Condition/Degeneration

   Clarity:
   • It is healthier to see the protein pools clear
   • Those littered with cellular debris such as red blood cells, sialic acid beads and even tissue are
       high valence conditions.

   Shape
   • It is healthier to see a round shape
   • Irregular shape patterns indicate higher valence conditions

   Location in the Layer
   • Ring – the location of a blood pattern within one individual drop of blood
   • Layer – the indication of which of 8 layers or drops of blood the pattern is found on



                              Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
      Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
         Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
Nutritional Microscopy Research Demonstration                                     Page 12


The Rings of the MOST:

         This map is representative of each of the eight layers taken on the MOST Sample




The Layers (Drops) of the MOST:

Layers 1-3: Shallow, temporary, surface
Present in the past few months
1 – Shallow, Temporary; Low Valance: Condition on outside of
body, skin, lymph, eyes, ears, nose, throat, mouth,
head/brain, hips, hands/feet.
2 – Gradually Deeper; Low Valance
3 – Seated Problems; Medium Valance: Lung, breast, hormone
conditions

Layers 4-6: Gradually deeper, toward center
Developing over the past few years
4 – Look to Lymphatic Profile; Deeper Seated
5 – Look to Allergies Profile; Even Deeper Seated
6 – Gets More Accurate & Serious: Sex organs, kidneys, liver,
spleen, gall bladder, pancreas, stomach, stress, allergic
sensitivities

 Layers 7-8: Deep seated, more chronic, center of body/organs
Llifetime challenges
7 – Chronic Seated Problems; High Valance
8 – Look to Center of Body; High Valance




                              Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
      Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
         Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
Nutritional Microscopy Research Demonstration                                              Page 13



Client Live Blood Analysis: UNCHANGED BLOOD SUMMARY
Red Bloods Cells:

Separation –

1. “Rouleax”
Stacking or chaining of RBCs is related to poor protein metabolism and altered pH or acid imbalance,
which varies the electrical negative charge of the cell membrane causing them to stick together,
rendering red blood cells unable to pass into the small capillaries to transfer oxygen or biologically
transform into new body cells and/or to remove carbon dioxide or other metabolic acids; resulting in
fatigue & tiredness, poor circulation and weak body cells.

2. Erythrocyte (RBC) Aggregation
RBCs clumping together in a mass due to a change in the cell’s polarity and the loss of the negative
surface charge; this is a more disorganizing symptomology where plasma acids act as molecular glue,
causing RBCs to stick together. This results in poor circulation that leads to cold hands, cold feet,
increased body temperature, sweating, hot flashes, water retention, bloating, lightheadedness,
dizziness, muddled thinking, forgetfulness, and fatigue.

Perceived to be: clumping due to cell’s change in polarity and the loss of negative surface
charge due to long standing, altered pH or acid balance, plasma acids act as molecular glue,
causing RBCs to stick together. Liver stress, acid imbalance, possible trace mineral deficiency,
sticky blood,, oxygen deprivation. Low oxygen in tissues. Inhibited oxygen transfer as less
available surface of cells.
Contributors may or may not include: long-term emotional stress, coffee, tea, chocolate,
animal proteins and flesh, drugs, dairy and cigarettes, ELF/EMF/radiation.
Signs may or may notN include: poor circulation leads to cold hands/feet, shortness of breath,
increase body temperature, sweating, hot flushes, water retention, bloating, gas,
lightheadedness, dizziness, muddled thinking,
forgetfulness and fatique, internal clotting, constipation.
The following may be helpful: Rebounding, Opti Oils, pH Miracle Greens™ super hydrate,
trace minerals, not eating enough green food.

Shape and Size-

3. Protein Linkage of Red Blood Cells (RBC)
An urge to merge as the microzymas start to link or join together in a “preservation mode” and for the
purposes of copulation due to over acidity and blood pH imbalance. This happens when the diet is high
in strong acids from proteins and carbohydrates (phosphoric acid, nitric acid, sulfuric acid, uric acid,
lactic acid, and acetyl aldehyde and ethanol alcohol.

Helmet shaped, collapsed RBCs – (“Schistocytes”)
RBCs are in biological transformation which indicates a severe condition of latent tissue acidosis and a
compromise proper blood pH. They appear as helmet shapes, cereal bowls, triangular, torn, tattered,
flattened, or blurred and are related to gastrointestinal acid production or GAP and deficiencies in the
sodium bicarbonate reserves in the alkalophile glands (the salivary glands, pylorus glands,
liver/gallbladder, pancreas and kidneys).

Perceived to be: pH imbalance and cellular disturbances. Red blood cells are in biological
transformation, from too much acid production in the gastrointestinal tract; deficiency of alkaline reserves
to buffer the acidity,including bicarbonate of soda, stored in the alkalophile glands which are the salivary
glands, pylorus glands, liver/gallbladder, pancreas and kidneys. A severe condition of latent tissue
acidosis (dormant acid stored in tissues).
                               Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
       Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
          Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
Nutritional Microscopy Research Demonstration                                               Page 14

Contributors may or may not include: extreme physical and emotional stress, metals in
tissues, highly challenged filter/elimination organs (liver, kidneys, bowels, skin), deep physical or
emotional stress, water supply, prescription and recreational drugs.
Signs may or may not include: fatigue, acid reflux, plugged hepatic (liver) and gall ducts
(stones), weak bladder (normal urination is sleeping through the night), pain in kidney area,
commonly observed following severe burns and in some anemias (hemolytic and megaloblastic
anemia). Anemia indicates small intestine is coated and unable to absorb nutrients efficiently.
headaches, stomachaches or nausea, skin problems.
The following may be helpful: Core Cleanse™ with meals for a few weeks. Emphasize green
leafy vegetables, sprouted foods, especially sprouted beans and seeds, and raw foods and their
juices (green drinks).

5. Macrocytes – Microcytes - Ovalcytes (“Anisocytosis”)
RBCs are smaller or larger than normal or different shapes than normal round; indicates the ingestion
of an excessive amount of over acidic food and drinks which causes a deficiency of sodium bicarbonate
in the alkalophile glands and a compromise of the alkaline pH of the small intestine (7.8 to 8.4). Check
urine and saliva pH -- should be 6.8 to 7.2 between meals.




Pleomorphic Activity

6. “Acanthocytes” and/or “Echinocytes”
(“Bottle Caps”; “Sputnik-like, Berry Cells”) they have pronounced spines/thorns that are bulbous
toward the ends): This is a more significant indication of latent tissue acidosis in the extra cellular
matrix (or the spaces of the connective tissue) and the body’s inability to remove acid waste through
the urinary tract therefore it builds up in the blood causing the cells to break down.

There is congestion in the filter organs (small and large intestine, skin, liver, kidney, and lung). The
RBCs begin their biological transformation (change) into bacteria.

Perceived to be: high valance (significant) disorganization related to latent tissue acidosis which
is dormant acid stored in the extra cellular matrix (or the spaces in the connective tissue) and the
body’s inability to remove acid waste through the liver and the urinary tract, therefore acid builds
up in the blood causing the cells to break down.


                               Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
       Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
          Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
Nutritional Microscopy Research Demonstration                                               Page 15

There is congestion in the filter organs (small and large intestine, skin, liver, kidney and lung).
small intestine insufficiencies (possibly a lack of nutrient absorption, especially Na, Zc, Cl, K
minerals), liver, kidney, skin, and spleen dysfunction (or filter organ stress). The microzymas in
the red blood cells are disorganising and are biologically transforming into bacteria in response to
acid – this is bacteria coming out of the red blood cells.

Contributors may or may not include: the body’s inability to remove acid waste in blood
through the urinary tract, therefore it builds up in the blood, causing the cells to break down. Liver
or spleen dysfunction. recent MRI, Cat Scan, mamograms or X-Ray, chemicals, chemotherapy or
radiation, smoking, drugs prescription or recreational, metaql toxins, smog, water pipes, breast
implants, alcohol, sugars, animal protein, physical and emotional stress, on non fat diet,
Signs may or may not include: fatigue and drowsiness, congestion, flu, cough.
High count - cirrhosis, hepatitis, vitamin deficiency, hypercholesterolemia
The following may be helpful: Activator™ increase green foods and drinks, Core Cleanse,
Terra Cleanse Clay, Whole Leaf Aloe.

Transforming Cells or Pleomorphic Cells

Groupings:

8. “Fibrous Thallus” or “Colloid Symplasts”
Indicates a nationalization of “garbage” like bacteria, yeast/fungus, mold, and their acid wastes and
acid crystals lying in a dormant/inactive state. The diet is too high in protein, carbohydrate (sugar),
and “junk food”, experimentation with recreational drugs and/or use of prescription drugs.

Perceived to be: an organization or grouping of several pleomorphic stages of microzymian
organizationincluding yeast, bacteria and fibrin, which are highly disruptive to normal blood
circulation, in advanced stage of latent tissue acidosis (dormant acids stored in tissues).
Contributors may or may not include: Too many acidic foods and lifestyle.
Signs may or may not include: circulation challenges, chronic fatigue
The following may be helpful: Silver Solution™, Osteo Plex I and II™ and/or Nutrient
Bridge™ cleanse Cell Power.

9. Fibrin “Spicules”
Often coincides with RBC, Platelet, and WBC aggregation. They are 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. Otherwise, is related to congestion or damage to intestinal villus in the small intestine
(a lack of nutrient absorption); liver, kidney, skin, and spleen saturated with acids and deficient in
sodium bicarbonate (filter organ stress). More significant disorganization from increased acids and lack
of alkaline buffers leading to challenges in Gall Bladder (Stones? Removed? Bile salt level off) and
Pancreas challenges.

10. Fibrin “Nets” and Fibrin “Trees”
An advanced stage of fibrin organization associated with a focal point of yeast or bacteria as an
intelligent protective mechanism against janitorial affects of WBC (garbage collectors). Also indicates
a high level of latent tissue acidosis.

11. Heterogeneous Symplasts

This is an organization or grouping of several stages of microzymian organization including yeast,
bacteria and fibrin which are highly disruptive to normal blood circulation; indicated in advanced
stages of latent tissue acidosis.


                               Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
       Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
          Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
Nutritional Microscopy Research Demonstration                                           Page 16


Yeast Levels

12. Target Cells- “Bulls Eye 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.




Perceived to be: fermenting red blood cells often associated with spleen deficiency or removed spleen.
They are thinner and deficient in iron, therefore having less hemoglobin than normal red blood cells and
unable to carry as much oxygen. Sugar intolerance, hypo/hyper-glycaemia (low or high blood sugar)
Contributors may or may not include: diet too high in carbohydrates, sugars and poor fats,
alcohol, low iron, B12 & folic acid deficiency, insufficient bile, change of altitude.
Signs may or may not include: very tired, fatigue, liver stress, endocrine system and pancreas
stress caused by inability to properly process sugars, anemia, hypothyroidism, pale skin, lethargy
and tiredness - may lead to blood sugar problems. Tired sinking feeling, sugar sensitivities or
intolerance or imbalance. Recurring yeast conditions, diabetic.

The following may be helpful: Opti Oils™ and Cell Power™ be useful for energy.
Diabalance™ pack may be beneficial to support the pancreas. B-Complex™ and B-12™. Iron
from green vegetables like kale, chard and nettle tea for fatigue. Central atom in chlorophyll
molecule is magnesium and iron in haemoglobin molecle, otherwise they are chemically identical.
Chromiun/Vanadium, Adrenal Plus, Pancreas Plus Increase high water green vegetables and
green drinks. No sugar, no carbohydrate intake - teach the body to burn fat instead of sugar and
carbohydrates for fuel by increasing good fats. Ketosis should be kept low by drinking alkaline
drinks to move out the acidity.

 13. Yeast (Y-form, M-form, G-form)
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
outfections.



                              Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
      Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
         Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
Nutritional Microscopy Research Demonstration                                                 Page 17




Perceived to be: born out of red blood cells due to pH imbalance and excess acidity from latent tissue
acidosis (dormant acids stored in tissues) fungus appearing from within body from internal changes due
to diet.

Contributors may or may not include: diet too high in protein, carbohydrates and sugars,
excess antibiotic use, hormonal therapy, steroid use, fungal conditions, low vegetable intake,
excess antibiotic use, hormonal therapy, steroid use.
Signs may or may not include: irritability, poor memory, oxygen low, yeast and fungal
conditions, crave sugars, sleepy after meals, hypo and/or hyperglycaemia (low or high blood
sugar), fatigue, chronic fatigue syndrome.

The following may be helpful: Osteo Plex I and II™ and/or Nutrient Bridge™ for changing
yeast. Opti Oil™ and Cell Power™ - for energy. more exercise. Chromium and Vanadium
Increase high water green vegetables and green drinks. No sugar, no carbohydrate intake - teach
the body to burn fat instead of sugar and carbohydrates for fuel by increasing good fats. Ketosis
should be kept low by drinking alkaline drinks to move out the acidity

Bacteria

 14. Platelet Aggregations
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”.
Related to long standing high acid imbalance/low pH, poor circulation, clotting, thick blood, high
sedimentation rate, and congested arteries.

Perceived to be: high counts of platelets, perceived to be bacteria, are due to latent tissue acidosis
(dormant acid stored in tissues); and. excess acids in the bloodstream not being eliminated through the
urinary tract, causing the red blood cells to biologically transform, giving birth to bacteria/platelets or what
Dr Young, affectionately calls, “dirty, filthy, bacteria” which have the ability to aggregate causing
congestion in blood.

Related to long-standing high acid imbalance and low pH/alkaline, thick and sticky blood (positive
charge rather than negative charge on surface of RBCs), poor circulation, clotting, high
sedimentation rate, and congestive to capillaries and arteries The body begins to start repairing

                               Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
       Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
          Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
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holes in the veins and arteries burned by excess acidity -– as a preservation mechanism, the
blood is trying to clot and dyke up the holes. Platelets adhere to uneven surface of surfaces that
have sustained damage.

Contributors may or may not include: liver stress, high saturated “bad” fat in diet (oils
composed chiefly of triglycerides or fatty acids from animal and vegetable sources), excessive
red meat consumption, stress, caffeine, tea, carbonated/caffeinated beverages, and chocolate
consumption, surgery, shock, injury, poor fatty acid metabolism, poor carbohydrate digestion.
Strenuous exercise causes an increase in platelets.

Signs may or may not include: linked with circulatory disorders including blood clots, high
sedimentation rate, capillary and other circulatory blockages, which have occasionally been
linked with heart attacks, strokes, high blood pressure, headaches, stressful lifestyle, poor fatty
acid metabolism, poor carbohydrate digestion. Low energy, cold hands or feet, light headed,
forgetful, muddled thinking.
The following may be helpful: Silver Defense™ Opti Oils, omit carbohydrates.

 15. Black and White Snow Storm in Serum
Bacterial forms and/or chylous material (undigested fats) bouncing around in serum; related to a
recently ingested high protein or fatty meal: beef, pork, eggs, cheese, peanuts, etc.

 16. Mycoplasma or 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.

 17. Pteroharps
Bacterial cells inappropriately called blood clotting cells or platelets with crystallized urine around
them, bacterial cells that live in their own waste product.

Fats

 18. Hemolysis - “Shadow or Ghost Cells.”
Ruptured, disorganizing RBCs, the reflective lipid coating has been disintegrated. Can occur from the
sample having too much exposure to ambient air (Microscopist error); acid producing diet, and poor
assimilation of nutrients; not enough good fats and green foods in diet.




                               Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
       Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
          Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
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White Blood Cells:

Overview of White Blood Cells

Perceived to be: cleaners of the blood and lymph fluids. They are biologically transformed from
red blood cells and/or body cells. The more waste there is to be collected and eliminated the
more white blood cells are created. There are different types of white blood cell doing different
types of cleaning. White blood cells are, therefore, not perceived to be, as they often are, like
“soldiers fighting invaders” and referred to as the immune system. The perception is, while the
white blood cells keep the fluids in the body clean, then any “outside invaders” cannot get a
foothold and the would be “invaders” are easily cleaned out with all other waste.

Types of White Blood Cell
Granulocytes Cleaners of the Blood – like “Vacuum Cleaners”
Neutrophils engulf and disorganize bacteria and yeast by dousing them with SO-, H 2O2, and H-
(sulphur, hydrogen peroxide and hydroxyl), are the most commonly found white blood cell.
Eosinophils engulf medium sized bacteria and yeast
Basophils engulf large sized bacteria and yeast

Agranulocytes Maintenance/Cleaners of Lymphatic/Blood Vessels – like
“Air Filters”
Lymphocytes (B & T cells) mainly found in the lymphatic vessels, but they do sometimes
appear in the blood. Produce antibodies, which bind the bacteria directly and disorganize their
cellular membrane. The antibodies remain in the blood for many years and protect it from further
morbid microforms and their specific acids.
Monocytes are precursor cells, which help maintain the cleanliness of the lymphatic system.

Granulocytes –‘Vacuum Cleaners’ of the Blood

 19. Neutrophils - (High, In Range, Low)
Common ‘garbage collectors’ that gather up the bacteria and yeast by streaming and moving through
the bloodstream.


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Perceived to be: white blood cells like ‘vacuum cleaners’ or ‘garbage collectors’ - gather up
bacteria, yeasts and other waste by streaming and moving – between red blood cells. Neutrophils
are the most commonly found white blood cells.
To be viable, should be moving, stretching out their membranes in irregular shapes, engulfing
and neutralizing cellular waste. Also at least 75% should be viably working. Inactive white blood
cells are due to low oxygen and metabolic acids.
Elevated count - indicates there is more garbage to collect and is an inflammatory response
from excess acidity. An elevated neutrophil count indicates high levels of morbidly evolved
microforms, bacteria, yeast, fungus and mould and their associated toxins, chemicals, parasites,
lead, mercury, chemicals. This is the body’s response to an alarming situation of high acidity.
Decreased count - indicates congestion in the intestinal villi and therefore inability to produce red
blood cells; the red blood cells make, transform into, white blood cells when needed. Ongoing
bacterial, fungal, exotoxic and mycotoxic levels, associated with lowered vitality.
Contributors may or may not include: excess acid foods and ingestion of morbid matter,
increased sugar intake, under-oxygenation (hypoxia), digestive insufficiency, low trace minerals,
vitamin C & zinc deficiency, lack of exercise, too much alcohol, yeast conditions (candida
albicans), weak kidneys, bladder and spleen. Chemicals, lead, mercury. Emotional stress.
Medications, antibiotics, recreational drugs.
Signs may or may not include: decreased immune response, resulting in frequent colds or flu,
feeling tired.
The following may be helpful: increase green foods, vegetables and green drinks, Dr. Young’s
Complete Program™.

 20. Anesthetized Neutrophils That are Seen Round or Shaking
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.

Perceived to be: an indication of recent consumption of excess sugars or carbohydrates or proteins; an
inability to process sugars/carbohydrates. White blood cells are paralyzed for several (up to 5) hours by
the acid from these foods (acetyl aldehyde, ethanol alcohol, lactic, nitric, uric, sulfuric, and phosphoric).
This condition is associated with the levels of acidity and under-oxygenation in the blood
(hypoxia). Decreased ability to remove waste and debris. Viability is 75% of WBCs.
Contributors may or may not include: diet high in carbohydrates, increased sugar intake and
ingestion of morbid matter, digestive insufficiencies (commonly related to elevated numbers),
compromised immune response, lack of oxygen in the blood, excess acidity, low trace minerals,
                                 Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
        Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
             Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
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lack of exercise, too much alcohol, yeast, weak kidneys, bladder and spleen. Recently ingested,
sugars, fruit juices, pasta, chips, alcohol.
Signs may or may not include: vitamin C and zinc deficiency, frequent colds or flu
The following may be helpful: Osteo Plex I and II and Nutrient Bridge™ for alcohol
consumption or other addictions

 21. Monocytes (High-In Range-Low)
Appear as very large, round white blood cells with a kidney shaped nucleus. Precursor cells to
macrophages which help maintain the cleanliness of the lymphatic fluids.

 22. Eosinophils (High-In Range-Low) (Healthy/Unhealthy)
Appear with large granules and two nucleus joined by a thread which gives the appearance of a ‘pair of
glasses’. Perceived to be related to irritation/inflammation; always found with high yeast, lowered
pH, acid imbalance, physical, or adrenal stress.

 23. Basophiles (High-In Range-Low) (Healthy/Unhealthy)
Perceived to be related to allergies and/or sensitivities to foods or the environment; exotoxic and
mycotoxic reactions; histamine.

 24. Disorganized Granulocytes
A white blood cell that no longer has a membrane and is releasing contents back into the bloodstream.
Perceived to be related to stress from travel or adrenal stress, or the stress on the WBCs from
gathering too much bacteria, yeast/fungus; an overwhelmed janitorial system and inability of the filter
organs to clear excess acidity and/or cells that have changed to yeast, bacteria and mold fast enough.

Perceived to be: high acidity, pH imbalance, due to physical or emotional disturbances or stress,
related to stress from travel or adrenal stress, stress on the white blood cells from gathering too
much bacteria, yeast/fungus; an overwhelmed janitorial system.
Inability of the filter organs (liver, kidneys, skin, lungs, spleen) to clear excess acidity fast enough
– and also to clear out, fast enough, the cells that have changed to yeast, bacteria and mould.
Inflammatory response to excess acidity.
Contributors may or may not include: diet acidic, high in carbohydrates, “junk food”,
medications, antibiotics, chemotherapy, injured, burns, physical, emotional stress, stress from
traveling.
Signs may or may not include: diagnosed with immune disorder, get sick easily, sick and tired.
The following may be helpful: Dr. Young’s Compete Program

Agranulocytes – “Air filters” of the blood

 25. B and T-Lymphocytes (High-In Range-Low) (Healthy/Unhealthy)
WBCs that neutralize acids by releasing electrons or “oxygen buffering species” also known as “free
radicals” (hydrogen peroxide, hydroxyl radical, super oxide radical) into the blood or lymph plasma;
May be elevated from recent or serious illness, lymphatic stress, environmental chemicals/toxins, drugs
or medications, food additives, artificial sweeteners, or EMF/ELF.

 26. ‘Hairy’ White Blood Cells

Modern medicine labels this ‘Hairy Cell Leukemia’; it is simply white blood cells that have been
overcome by garbage.

Perceived to be: white blood cells that show fibrin protruding from them, due to the
disorganization of the cell and an indication of a compromised biological environment or terrain
(pH not balanced). The WBCs are becoming overcome by the waste they are collecting.
Medical science labels this as, ‘hairy cell leukemia’
Contributors may or may not include:
                                 Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
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Signs may or may not include: also seen in diagnosed blood cancers.
The following may be helpful: Dr. Young’s Complete Program.

Crystals

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 he
signature of the microzyma fermenting sugar, protein or fat.
Color
 27. White- Acetic, Citric and Butyric Acid - fermentation of sugars (glucose).




28. Blue/Green- Lactic Acid - Fermentation of dairy products; also related to over exercise and
increased molds.
29. Orange/Yellow- Uric Acid - Fermentation of protein, especially animal protein. Associated
with gout, arthritis, and inflammation.
30. Blue- Bacterial Exotoxins - Related to second hand smoke; toxic environments; chemicals;
respiratory & “lungs”.
31. Red - Actinomycin and/or Tuberculin Acid - Antibiotics; recent outfection of strepp or staph?
32. Black or Brown – Brown is Orotic Acid - Tobacco, marijuana; chemical, recreational and
prescription drugs. Brown is also associate with the fermentation of protein.
Shape
33. Round or Square Crystals- Perceived to be related to emotional challenges and/or
psychological stress; anger, temper, head problems, or migraines.

34. Trapezoid Crystals that Appear Like Broken Glass - high blood pressure, arterial sclerosis

Other Colloidal Forms

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35. Unidentified Forms – Highly congestive and perceived to be associated with MS, Muscular
   Dystrophy, Polio and other neurological, skeletal and muscular disorders.

36. Acid crystals from aspergillus niger mold.




                              Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
      Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
         Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
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Client Dry Blood Analysis: MYCOTOXIC OXIDATIVE STRESS SUMMARY

Patterns Seen in the Outside of the Body in Rings 6-7

1.    Heavy Metals
Appear as dark ring around the outside of sample or black ‘chunks’ or waves spinning to the outside.
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.

2.    Low Alkaline Buffers
Appear as a double coastline. Perceived to be low alkalophile buffers including sodium bicarbonate
and minerals; and spiritual disconnection.

Perceived to be: low alkaline buffers, especially sodium bicarbonate, low in minerals and trace
inerals, may also be related to sulphur based amino acid deficiencies (l-cysteine, l-glutathione,
methionine) and other antacid value vitamins (A, C & E) and minerals.
Contributors may or may not include: deficiency of minerals in diet, body using high quantities
of minerals to buffer excess acidity
Signs may or may not include: skin problems: dry, itchy, sore, rashes, associated with
emotional/spiritual disconnection.
The following may be helpful: Mega-Vita-Min™ or pH Miracle Minerals™ - minerals to hold
the cells together. Eat and drink more dark leafy greens & minerals - the minerals help to
bind/buffer the acids. Sweats are useful to open up the skin – dry heat infrared saunas, hot baths,
more exercise.

3.    Skin Challenges
Appear as PPPs throughout outer edge of 6th Ring. Perceived to be skin holding toxins, not excreting
acids efficiently, detoxification not effective.

Perceived to be: low alkaline buffers, especially sodium bicarbonate, low in minerals and trace minerals,
may also be related to sulphur based amino acid deficiencies (l-cysteine, l-glutathione, methionine) and
other antacid value vitamins (A, C & E) and minerals.
Contributors may or may not include: deficiency of minerals in diet, body using high quantities
of minerals to buffer excess acidity
Signs may or may not include: skin problems: dry, itchy, sore, rashes, associated with
emotional/spiritual disconnection.
The following may be helpful: Mega-Vita-Min™ or pH Miracle Minerals™ - minerals to hold
the cells together. Eat and drink more dark leafy greens & minerals - the minerals help to
bind/buffer the acids. Sweats are useful to open up the skin – dry heat infrared saunas, hot baths,
more exercise.

4.    Challenges to the Head or Extremities
Appear as localized PPPs in 6th Ring. Perceived to be headaches, migraines, muddled thinking, cranial
challenges and bowel toxicity expressed in the cranium; or challenges in the extremities of hands, feet
and hips; injury or trauma or latent tissue acidosis.

5.    Endocrine Imbalance
Appear as a raised area with erased fibrin at outer edges. Perceived to be that the thyroid,
parathyroid, and/or pancreas are out of balance.

Patterns Seen in the Middle of the Body in Rings 4-5


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       Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
          Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
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6.    Lung, Breast or Knee Imbalances
Appear as systemic or localized PPPs in 4th Ring. Perceived as lung congestion sometimes associated
with tobacco or environmental toxins; or excess acidity being held in the breast where fat acts as an
acid buffer or parking lot; can also be related to sore and aching knees.

7.    Circulatory Imbalances (see Inflammatory Profile)
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.

8.    Lymphatic, Bone and/or Shoulder, Neck, Throat, Calves or Forearms Challenge
Appear as systemic or localized PPPs in 5th Ring. Perceived to be lymphatic challenges, swollen or sore
lymph nodes, lack of exercise; sore neck or throat; pain in the calves or forearms.




Perceived to be: lymph challenges, blocked lymph nodes, sludge in the lymph, gelatinous lymph,
body fermenting/rotting, oedema (water retention as body’s preservation mode to buffer acids)
Contributors may or may not include: lack of exercise toxic kidneys, or on diuretics
Signs may or may not include: swollen or sore lymph nodes, sore neck or throat, pain in the
calves or forearms, water retention.
The following may be helpful: raw green vegetables and juices, manual lymphatic massage,
skin brushing and rebounding, super hydration with pH Miracle Greens™, Lymphatic A Plus,
Dr Young’s Complete Program.

Patterns Seen in the Center of the Body, Pelvic Cavity in Ring 1-3

9.    Male or Female Reproductive Imbalances
Appear as one or two PPPs in the center of sample between 10-40 microns. Perceived to be challenges
in men to the prostate; in women the uterus, cervix or ovaries; also the bladder; includes emotional
imbalances.

10. Allergy-Irritation-Sensitivities
Appears as ‘snow storm’ of PPPs in the center of sample less than 10 microns in size; the color of the
blood appears pink, tan or black. Perceived to be environmental acid sensitivities to dust, dander,
pollen, certain plants or animals, etc. and dietary acid sensitivities.

                              Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
      Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
         Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
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Perceived to be: allergies sensitivities to environmental acids, inhalants, mould, cat and dog fur,
sensitivities to dust, dust mites, dander, pollen, perfumes, exhaust fumes, formaldehyde
(constantly exuded from building materials, furniture, carpet, new clothing), certain plants or
animals, dietary acid sensitivities, and acids in the digestive tract, bowel irritation.
Contributors may or may not include: beginnings of stress (mental or physical) from: lack of
sleep, overwork, over tired, emotional factors, physical strain, and anxiety. Also poor food
combining.

Signs may or may not include: mental worry, loneliness, anger, fear, sorrow, grief, guilt, non-
acceptance or denial. Beginnings of stress (mental or physical) from: lack of sleep, overwork,
over tired, emotional factors, physical strain, and anxiety. If this gets worse, the adrenal glands
become involved, leading to adrenal stress.
The following may be helpful: addressing the causes by making changes such as taking more
sleep or improve sleep (sleep hygiene) or obtaining emotional support where appropriate.

11. Adrenal Stress
Appears as ‘snow storm’ of PPPs 10-40 microns in size in the center of the sample, color of the blood
is redder than allergy profile. Perceived to be stress profile, overworked, mental fatigue, worry,
physical strain, emotional fatigue, etc.




Perceived to be: a stress and anxiety profile, where the adrenal glands have been over
stretched to beyond their limits. Body using chemicals/hormones to stimulate energy response
rather than obtaining energy through normal metabolism. An excess of hormones ferment and
create acid. The adrenal and thyroid glands are usually challenged if there is a pancreas
imbalance, therefore the pancreas may also be imbalanced.
Contributors may or may not include: overworked, mental fatigue, worry, physical strain,
emotional fatigue or stress, adrenal insufficiency, exhaustion, fatigue, over-tired, lack of sleep,
late nights, anxiety, loneliness, after having long illness.
Signs may or may not include: anger, fear, sorrow, grief, guilt, non-acceptance or denial,
depression, listlessness, aimlessness, a tendency to give up easily, less ability to bounce back,
less drive or spunk, unable to get restful sleep or a full night’s sleep.
The following may be helpful: Bio Alive Sprouts™, Cell Power for hormones/energy
Adrenal Plus™ (or Megavitamin™, Trace Minerals, Terra Cleanse Clay, (if avoiding animal
substances) for energy Vit B12, Aminos Plus, Germanium

                               Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
       Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
          Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
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12. Hypercalcemia - Mineral Deficiency
Appears as white radial spokes (lines) from the center of sample. Perceived to be too much calcium in
blood being leached from bones and vital organs to neutralize acid; latent tissue acidosis, lack of
alkaline buffers, possible electrolyte imbalance, altered blood pH, possible thyroid/ parathyroid out of
balance.

13. Bowel Toxicity
Appears as a dark center of on the sample and/or a cluster pattern of protein pools between 10-40
microns. Perceived to be small and large bowel holding toxins, possible damage to the intestinal villas,
possible pockets in nine yards of intestine, poor or irregular elimination, and poor digestion with gas,
pain or bloating.




Perceived to be: blackish centre, with possible cluster of PPPs between 10-30 microns,
signifying plaque in the colon, therefore unable to absorb nutrients. Even if this appearance
occurs in only the last few layers it is indicative of digestive insufficiency, which is creating and
has already created a condition of bowel toxicity. The bowel area is generally the first area in the
body to be challenged by acid and is the first area to begin the healing process.
Contributors may or may not include: small & large bowel holding toxins in the pockets of the
9 yards of intestine, accumulation of fecal matter/encrustation, mucus in colon, colon congestion
(the toxicity can paralyze 80 – 90% of the overall immune response). Eating acidic foods, animal
proteins, cheese, particularly animal flesh – eating too fast, too much and not chewing food
adequately.
Signs may or may not include: known or unknown colon problems, irritable bowel, constipation,
digestive difficulties, diverticulisis/diverticculosis, diarrhoea, muzzy head and muddled thinking
(healing begins in the bowel – heal the bowel and the brain will follow) poor or irregular
elimination, poor digestion with gas pain or bloating, general discomfort after eating.
Yeast infection can be a primary cause. If the colon is stressed, then the liver is most probably
stressed. This condition of toxic damage may cause what is known as leaky bowel syndrome,
which may cause apparent allergies as unbroken down acidic food enters the blood stream
directly. Also toxins from the colon may be allowed to move back into the small intestine and be
reabsorbed into the body. This weakens immunity and can cause cellular disorganization.
The following may be helpful: Terra Cleanse Clay™, Core Cleanse™ for 1 month, 4
capsules with each meal and 2 capsules before going to bed.


                               Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
       Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
          Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
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14. Abdominal Organs Stressed
Appears as localized PPPs slightly off center in Rings 2-3. Perceived to be organ stress to the spleen,
kidney, pancreas, or stomach.




Perceived to be: stress to organs, spleen, kidney, pancreas or stomach. liver, colon
kidney problems: or weakness, often the spleen, and bladder.
Gall bladder situations: low bile salt, gallstones/gravel, gall bladder removed.
Colon problems: impaction, constipation, irregular bowel movements, hemorrhoids, soreness,
fissures, bleeding.
Digestive insufficiency: especially morbid residues of protein, intestinal and pancreatic
problems.
Stomach problems: ulcers, acid stomach, rumbling gas, and bloating.
Contributors may or may not include: liver detoxing, liver stress, plugged ducts, excess animal
protein, has often been related to drug/marijuana use.
Signs may or may not include: Some of above signs.
The following may be helpful: Terra Cleanse Clay™ Core Cleanse, Whole Leaf Aloe

Patterns Seen in ANY Rings
.
15. Liver Stress
Appear as black circles around PPPs slightly off center. Perceived to be from toxicity not being
removed effectively.

16. Carbohydrate and Sugar Intolerance
Appear as misty clouds and/or a broken fibrin network. Perceived to be sugar intolerance and/or
excess, hypoglycemia, hyperglycemia, weak pancreas; hormonal imbalances, menses (for females);
muscle pain or soreness.

Perceived to be: hormonal imbalance, thyroid, hypothalamus, over exercising, not eating/drinking
enough leafy green vegetables for minerals, not enough substances to build the fibrin for clotting, too
much acid weakening the clotting mechanism.
Contributors may or may not include: much junk food, carbohydrates, liver problem (non-
continuous fibrin net), often seen in older people, food not assimilating through the intestinal villi,
over exercising, over exercising causes excess acids in tissues.
                               Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
       Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
          Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
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Signs may or may not include:,hormonal imbalance, pain/aches from over exercising.
Women only: menses (if in 1st - 2nd layers) uterus, ovaries, cervix, vaginal, hysterectomy, fibrous,
bleeds, menopausal.
The following may be helpful: Bio Alive Sprouts™ - could be helpful for hormones
Eat and drink more leafy green vegetables for minerals Exercise to stress the muscles slightly but
not point of feeling pain, if have to over exercise , ie. heavy job, must super hydrate even more to
remove acid build up from tissues.

17. Parasitic Inclusions
Appear as black bulges within fibrin net. 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 tissues.




18. Inflammatory Profile
Appear as any changes in color. An area with bright red ‘burned blister’ is perceived to be conditions
related to internal and bleeding such as recent surgery, injury, or accident; also pain, blood in urine or
stool, nosebleeds; or ulcers. A white rubbed out area is perceived to be an area of inflammation.




                               Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
       Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
          Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
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Perceived to be: severe latent tissue acidosis and significant cellular disorganisation from
chronic toxicity, an advanced systemic deteriorative condition concussion.
Contributors may or may not be: cellular disorganisation situations and accumulation of chronic
toxicity, radiation/chemotherapy.
Signs may or may not include: arthritis, gout (uric acid buildup), bone problems, sore joints,
bacteria, yeast infection/outfection, and parasites
The following may be helpful: Dr Young’s Complete Program.

19. Back, Neck, Shoulder Challenges or Scar Tissue
Appear as curved elongated fibrin strands. Perceived to be whiplash, headaches, scoliosis, injury,
trauma, subluxation; surgery or injury related scar tissue.

20. Salic Acid Crystals / Red Blood Cells / Crystallized RBCs (“Heinz Bodies”) in P. Pools
Sialic acid crystals appear as tiny little BBs, crystallized RBCs appear as black round cells found out in
the white pools; perceived to be connective tissue imbalance, lung congestion, sore joints, toxins in
connective tissue; related to chronic inflammation

21. Broken Tissue out in Protein Puddles
Perceived to be acids in the connective tissue breaking down cells and being cleared out by the blood;
significant cellular change from latent tissue acidosis.

22. Crystals Stuck in the Dry Blood
Perceived to be significant latent tissue acidosis and the buffering of which is manifesting in the blood.

23. Tan-Brown-Black Color Throughout Sample
Indicates high levels of acidity being held throughout the body tissues; yeast/fungal, mold,
environmental toxin profile.




                               Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
       Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
          Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
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24. Fibrin Sticking Into and/or Crossing the Protein Pools
Pattern indicates a breakdown or disorganization of the connective tissue from endogenous acids,
filter organ stress; or if on a cleansing program, healing is taking place.

Patterns Seen in ALL Rings

25. Beginning Significant Disorganization
Appears as white pools throughout 1st-2nd layer only.

Perceived to be: severe latent tissue acidosis and significant cellular disorganisation from
chronic toxicity, an advanced systemic deteriorative condition concussion.
Contributors may or may not be: cellular disorganisation situations and accumulation of chronic
toxicity, radiation/chemotherapy.
Signs may or may not include: arthritis, gout (uric acid buildup), bone problems, sore joints,
bacteria, yeast infection/outfection, and parasites
The following may be helpful: Dr Young’s Complete Program.

26. Systemic pH Imbalance
Appears as white pools throughout entire sample in every layer and ring. Perceived
be to severe latent tissue acidosis and significant cellular disorganization.




                              Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
      Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
         Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
Nutritional Microscopy Research Demonstration                                          Page 32


Daily Protocol
Before Breakfast (6:00 to 9:00)

   1. First thing when you wake up measure urine and saliva pH using pHydrion paper and
      record results in your daily journal. The pH is ideal if 7.2 or higher.
   2. Take your blood pressure before eating any food. Ideal is 120/80. You want to keep the
      first number between 110 and 120 and the second number between 70 and 80.
   3. Before eating food or drink mix ½ scoop of pHour salts into 3 to 4 ounces of alkalized
      water.
   4. Drink 1 to 2 ounces of whole leaf cold pressed Aloe Vera juice.
   5. Test and record second urine of the morning before eating any food. Ideal is at least 7.2
      or better.
   6. Chlorophyl or Green Powder Drink – Mix 1 to 3 scoops of green powder into 1 liter of
      alkaline water mixed with 5 drops of pH activators. Drink at least 1 liter of fresh green
      juice or green drink before breakfast or during your exercising. Take 1 Tbs of liquid
      concentrated chlorophyll 3 times a day.
   7. Take 1 tsp of Glutathione.
   8. Take 1 scoop of pHour salts of sodium/potassium bicarbonate in 3 to 4 ounces of alkaline
      water at least 3 times a day or whenever the pH of the urine or saliva is below 7.2
   9. Exercise at least 30 to 60 minutes before breakfast. Also include stretching and
      breathing exercises.

Breakfast (8:30 to 9:00)

   1. Eat a pureed soup like avocado soup, vegetable soup, a green alkaline avocado shake,
      or drink some fresh almond milk or green juice. If you are constipated or bloated you will
      need to go on a strict juice diet rather than a pureed diet. Continue with the juice diet
      until the constipation or bloating subsides.
   2. Take your nutritional supplements in the baggie with liquid food or drink.
   3. Test your urine and saliva 5 minutes before and 5 minutes after breakfast and record in
      your daily journal. Ideal urine and saliva pH should be at least 7.2 or higher.

Mid-Morning (9:00 to 12:00)

   1. Use rebounder for at least 15 minutes or take a dry heat sauna for at least 20 to 30
      minutes.
   2. Take 1 tsp of Glutathione.
   3. Take 1 scoop of pHour salts in 3 to 4 ounces of alkaline ionized water.
   4. Put 1 tsp of the DepHense in the nebulizer and breath in for at least 30 minutes or until
      the solution is gone.
   5. 10:30 – Check and record your urine and saliva pH.
   6. 11:00 – Drink 1 ounce of Aloe Vera
   7. 11:45 – Test urine and saliva and record in your daily journal. Ideal urine and saliva pH
      should be at least 7.2 or higher.

Lunch (12:00 noon to 2:00 pm)

   1. Test and record your urine and saliva pH 5 minutes before eating in your daily journal.
   2. Take your bag of nutritional supplements with lunch.
   3. Take 1 tsp of Glutathione.
   4. Take 1 scoop of pHour salts of sodium/potassium bicarbonate in in 3 to 4 ounces of
      alkaline water.
   5. Test urine and saliva pH 5 minutes after eating and record in your daily journal. Ideal
      urine and saliva pH should be 8.0 to 8.4.

                                Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
        Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
           Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
Nutritional Microscopy Research Demonstration                                          Page 33

   6. Mix 1 to 3 scoops of green powder into 1 liter of alkaline water along with 5 drop of pH
      activator.
   7. Rest by either napping or spend time outdoors sunbathing for Vitamin D for at least 30
      minutes.
   8. Go for a swim for 15 to 30 minutes.

Afternoon (2:00 to 5:00)

   1. 2:00 – test and record in your daily journal your urine and saliva pH. Should run at least
      7.2 or better. The urine and saliva pH is at its highest around 2:00 pm.
   2. Take 1 scoop of pHour salts of sodium/potassium bicarbonate in 3 to 4 ounces of alkaline
      water.
   3. Put ½ tsp of Glutathion and ½ tsp of NAC in the nebulizer a breath for at least 30 minutes
      or until the solution is gone.
   4. Take a 30 minute dry heat sauna.
   5. 3:00 – Drink 1 ounce of Aloe Vera juice and 1 Tbs of organic coconut oil
   6. Mix 1 to 3 scoops of green powder into 1 liter of alkaline water along with 5 drops of pH
      activator.
   7. Fit in a 2 hour lymphatic massage. The lymphatic massage can also be done in the
      morning or in the evening before bed.

Dinner (5:00 to 6:00)

   1. Test and record in your daily journal your urine and saliva pH 5 minutes before and 5
      minutes after dinner.
   2. Take your bag nutritional supplements with your dinner liquid or pureed meal.

Evening (6:00 to 10:00)

   1. Mix 1 to 3 scoops of green powder into 1 liter of alkaline water along with 5 drops of pH
      activator.
   2. Take a 30 minute dry heat sauna and the go for a swim. You can go back into the sauna
      after your swim for up to 30 minutes.
   3. Rebound for at least 15 minutes.
   4. Nebulize with ½ tsp of Glutathione and ½ tsp. of NAC..
   5. Rebound for at least 3 to 5 minutes before gong to bed.
   6. Take 1 tsp of Glutathione
   7. Take 1 scoop of pHour salts of sodium/potassium bicarbonate in 3 t 4 ounces of water
      before going to bed.
   8. 10:00 – Bedtime

Special Notes

   1. Use the rebounder or whole body vibration whenever you feel the contractions in any part
      of your body to help remove acids.
   2. You can substitute rebounding with 10 minutes of whole body vibration on the Vibra Trim.
   3. Elevate your feet for 1 hour by using 3 pillows or a slant board to reverse any severe
      swelling in feet or legs. This also helps to remove inflammation in the feet or legs.
   4. Spray pHflavor in your mouth continuously throughout the day to increase energy and
      hydration.
   5. Use the montmorillonite clay to help neutralize acids in the stomach or lower G.I. Mix 3
      tsp of clay with aloe vera or water until consistency of a pudding. You can also add
      essential oils, like peppermint. You can also use this mixture on the skin to draw out
      acids from the skin. You can also mix Tbs. of clay with 2 tsp of physillum seed powder
      with 4 ounces of distilled water and then drink several times a day.

                              Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
      Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
         Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
Nutritional Microscopy Research Demonstration                                              Page 34

   6. The supplements in the baggies or bottles recommend should include: magnesium oxide,
      fish oils, plant oils, l-carnitine, cogugated linolenic acid, HCA, concentrated alkaline fruits
      and veggies and zinc.

If you have any questions please feel free to call: 760-751-8321 or my personal cell
phone at: 760-484-1075.




                             Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
     Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
        Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org
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Abbreviations

RBCs - Red blood cells
WBCs - White blood cells
PPPs – Polymerised Protein Puddles which show, as white spaces or puddles
in dry blood samples. Shows where acid is preventing the blood from clotting
because of acid damage to fibrin strands which hold clotted blood together.
EMF – Electromagnetic frequencies

Definitions

Plasma/Serum – Liquid part of the blood in which the cells reside.
Alkaline Buffers – Calcium, potassium, sodium and magnesium. They buffer
or bind acid for safe elimination.
Alkophile Glands – Glands that produce sodium bicarbonate – salivary,
pylorous, liver, gall bladder, pancreas and kidneys.
Filter Organs – Liver, kidneys, skin and spleen
Latent Tissue Acidosis – Dormant acid stored in tissues
High Valence – Very significant –should be taken seriously
Exotoxin - Highly potent soluble acidic toxin produced by a bacterium and
released into organism – often affecting the central nervous system
Endotoxin - Toxin produced within bacteria that is released when the bacteria
disintegrates
Mycotoxin - Poisonous substance produced by a fungus within an organism
(human or otherwise) – often found in foods such as peanuts, stored potatoes
and stored grains
Lipids - Fats
Infection/outfection – In medical terms infection comes from outside body
to inside. In New Biology terms “infection” comes from inside body to outside,
due to the microzymas
transforming into yeast, bacteria and fungus causing “outfection”.
Yeast feeds on - Excess carbohydrates and sugars, excess hormones (fat),
iron supplements




                             Observed by Dr. Robert O. Young
     Trained at The pH Miracle Center www.phmiracleliving.com by Dr. Robert O. Young
        Member: International Microscopy Association-New Biology www.ima-nb.org

				
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