Jan Frank Kulhay
(Darkfield Phase Contrast Blood Analysis)
Jan Frank Kulhay attended Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario where he developed a passion for microbiology. His desire to further help people get and stay well, led him to continue his microbiology studies in Phoenix, Arizona in the United States. He completed multiple studies under the direction of Dr. Gunter Enderlein, the famous medical doctor and scientist, as well as Dr. Hulda Clarke. Jan has been in practice for 28+ years, working closely in Toronto, Ontario with Dr. Zoltan Rona, the award-winning Canadian medical doctor, author and nutritional expert. He is the proud father of 3 children, Jessica, Sierra and Xavier, and is married to his high-school sweetheart Shannon Kulhay, who is also a nutritionist, microscopist and allergy technician. Together, Jan and Shannon have 8 independent Kulhay Nutritional Analysis wellness clinics in southwestern Ontario where they both regularly see many clients each day. Jan and his family live on a 50 acre farm near Belfountain, Ontario where they enjoy the outdoors. He is recognized nationally and internationally as an award-winning Ontario and Canadian champion in the sport of clay target sports. Jan also is a sought-after teacher and offers courses to health professionals in Live Blood/Darkfield Microscopy and sport enthusiasts in clay target sports.
LIVE BLOOD CELLS CAN SHOW
Free radical cellular damage
Candida / yeast / fungus
Digestive enzyme & hydrochloric acid
Folic acid & B12 deficiencies
Uric acid crystals & risk for gout
Toxic heavy metals
Cell size & shape abnormalities due to immune system disorders
Organ stress & toxicity
DARKFIELD MICROSCOPY REDISCOVERED
Improving one’s nutritional status is crucial for preventing disease.
Prevention minded practitioners are now relying on a different type of test that goes by several names: Livecell Microscopy, Live Blood Cell Analysis or Darkfield Microscopy.
Livecell Microscopy has gained a great deal of popularity because of pioneering scientists like Gaston Nassens and Dr. Gunther Enderlein and their cancer research. In fact, Livecell Microscopy was known in the early days of medicine as a way of diagnosing the presence of bacteria.
Today, Live Blood Cell Microscopy is not used as a diagnostic procedure for any specific disease. It is best used to help determine the optimal diet and food supplements for anyone interested in improving their health and preventing disease.
A 6 to 8 hour fast is required before all Live Blood Cell Tests. This includes all vitamins and supplements. Medications should always be taken as prescribed by your medical doctor.
One drop of blood coming from a fingertip puncture is viewed under a microscope. With the aid of special phase contrast lenses and a camera, the blood sample can be seen and recorded on a color video monitor. The entire analysis is conducted in front of the individual and includes a complete consultation.
Livecell Microscopy is different from conventional microscopic blood analysis because it looks at whole blood, immediately, in its natural state.
Conventional microscopic tests look at centrifuged blood samples hours after the blood has been drawn.
LIVECELL MICROSCOPY CAN REVEAL
Live blood cell analysis reveals distortions within red blood cells which can reflect your nutritional status. Low levels of iron, protein, vitamin B12, folic acid, and fatty acids can be seen. Incomplete or delayed digestion of fats and proteins can also be observed. Signs of liver stress, yeast, parasites, and hormonal imbalances can also be detected.
The live blood thus acts as an educational “feedback mechanism”, motivating people to improve their diet. With the addition of nutritional supplements, positive changes in the structure of the blood cells can be reviled as improved nutrition impacts the blood.The ultimate purpose is to modify and improve sub-optimal dietary and nutritional patterns before serious illness arises.
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TESTING & CONSULTATION
LOCATIONS (Date & Times Vary Monthly)
Complementary & Integrative Medicine
8188 Yonge Street, Suite #101
Thornhill, ON L4J 1W5
Tel: (905) 764-8700
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Kulhay “Country” Clinic
165 Main Street, Box 209
Erin, ON N0B 1T0
Tel: (519) 833-0031
116 Plains Road East
Burlington, ON L7T 2C3
Tel: (905) 681-9491
Acorn Family Health & Wellness Centre
250 Wyecroft Rd., Unit #14, 15
Oakville, ON L6K 3Y6
Tel: (905) 844-9355
Oakville Naturopathic Wellness Centre
# 22 – 2172 Wyecroft Road
Oakville, ON L6L 6R1
Tel: (905) 825-9996