Nutritional Blood AnalysisDec 30, 2022 01:42PM ● By Lisa Marlene
Nutritional blood analysis, using a BIOMEDX enhanced and configured Olympus multi-platform microscope with a camera attached, is a way of looking into the body’s needs and using that information to provide an ideal plan, from diet to hydration, vitamins, minerals, herbs and more. Brandi Stewart, a nutritional wellness expert and owner of Stewart Analysis, in Tarpon Springs, has a passion for doing nutritional blood analysis. Certified through BIOMEDX in applied microscope technology for health and audit purposes, she travels around Florida doing nutritional blood analysis. This month, she is at Ada’s Natural Market, in Fort Myers, on January 17 and 18.
Since her dual diagnosis of fibromyalgia and Epstein-Barr in her late 20s, Stewart has made her health and everyone else’s a personal passion. For the past 20 years, she has found ways to control and heal her conditions through integrative holistic medicine, spending 25 years studying and practicing such medicine to help others find answers to bring about a more optimal version of themselves.
Live blood cell analysis allows for a look inside the human body to show the effects of lifestyle choices like diet, exercise, and toxicity from the environment. In more than 140 years of practice, blood analysis has become one of the most telling pictures to paint of a person’s health. “Using a drop of blood, I can gain insights on digestion and nutrient absorption, hormonal imbalances, leaky gut issues and more. With 52 anomalies and health markers to identify, I can use live blood analysis to create a genuine reflection of a person’s wellness needs,” says Stewart.
“Whether an individual is suffering from fatigue, autoimmune issues or digestion issues like gastritis, nutritional blood analysis can help them take control of their body. By looking at oxidized stress levels and understanding what is causing the body to break down and become inflamed, I can understand what the body needs (or doesn’t need) to achieve optimal health,” advises Stewart.
The human body has a lot of different working components to consider, and only through treating each one of these components as it deserves will an individual start to feel the healing they need. “I help people to get started on healing and improving their health by finding a product that fits their body’s unique needs. Since 2006, I’ve been aiming to provide the best options for people in need of a change. Health starts with observation, and that’s what I do best. I also refer individuals to Dr. Nyree Abdool, DO, who uses a holistic approach to healing. We’ve been working together for 10 years because we both believe in a natural approach to health. She does phone consultations.”
For more information or to make an appointment on Jan. 17 or 18 or Feb. 14 and 15 with Stewart at Ada’s, located at 7070 College Pkwy, in Ft. Myers, call 863-860-6643 or visit Stewartanalysis.com.