Finding Causes and discovering solutions

The Blood Detective – Finding Causes and discovering solutions to your health problems

  • What is a blooddetective? A blooddetective is a term registered by Dr. Michael Wald, clinical nutritionist and dietician, to describe the extreme detail that he uses to find hidden causes of disease and illness. The blooddetective also takes your blood work results and compares it to not just men or women your age (clinical results), but also compares to you to healthy people (functional results); this interpretation compares you to your best self so that the right foods, exercise and diet are recommended.

  • Who is the blooddetective? Dr. Michael Wald of Chappaqua, NY Phone: 914-552-1442

  • What can the blooddetective do that other healthcare providers and doctors often cannot do? Only Dr. Wald uses “healthy blood ranges” to find hidden health problems and their nutritional answers. The blooddetective report is a unique invention and innovation by Dr. Michael Wald of Westchester, NY.

Blood Detective – Finding Causes Dr. Michael Wald – Pioneer of the Blood Detective Approach to Enhanced Quality of Life and Disease Prevention & Treatment

Blood testing is key to discovering hidden health solutions

  • Your blood and other body tissues hold clues to your state of health. Within these living streams may be the answers to a current medical crisis or the silent warning signs of a developing disease — if you know where and how to look.

  • Dr. Michael Wald, the Original Blood Detective, searches for obvious and subtle clues often not too obvious on your blood tests to construct a custom plan of food and nutritional supplement recommendations supporting optimal wellness.

  • Dr. Michael Wald, the “brain-child” behind the Blood Detective Logic & Interpretive Systems, has developed sophisticated computer technologies based upon years of research and clinical experience that allows patients and practitioners to “focus-in” on the health needs of individuals reducing years of guess work and wasted efforts. Your doctor says that your lab work is “just fine”; this is your cue to let the Blood Detective take a look!

Does This Sound Familiar?

  • When medical doctors order “standard tests,” like cholesterol and cell counts, the results may give only a glimpse of the total picture missing vital clues to your health problems. How many times have you not felt well only to be told, your blood results are “normal” even though you feel un-well?

  • The Blood Detective technology evaluates standard blood results and other important laboratory measurements from a holistic and medical perspective often uncovering obvious and subtle nutritional imbalances.

  • Dr. Wald incorporates one’s health history, health goals and other assessment tools when developing individualized healing plans.

The Blood Detective approach often uncovers what’s at the “core” of  why you are not well

  • Complementary tests, like allergy screening and microscopic surveys or analyses of amino acids, essential fatty acids, hormones and pH levels may be suggested, but only after Blood Detective determines whether performing these tests might actually yield information that is useful, or that otherwise could not be determined directly from blood analysis.

What You Need to Know

  • Employing a wellness model, the Blood Detective system compares the results of comprehensive laboratory tests against medical laboratory ranges, known as “clinical ranges,” but also against “healthy ranges” (a.k.a. functional ranges). Healthy ranges are blood values that are based upon maintaining the health of body tissues, rather than merely detecting disease once it is present. In other words, the healthy or functional values are predictive and preventative in nature. Clinical and Healthy (functional) approaches are both important, and are considered equally valuable in the context of a Blood Detective Interpretive Report…and recommendations given.

  • The “clinical (average/normal)” ranges are based upon study groups that may include blood donors, laboratory personnel and hospital employees — not necessarily healthy people, but segments of the population that appear well. “Healthy (functional)” ranges are based on studies of healthy people who have a lower incidence of illness, disease and symptoms compared to the general population.

  • “Healthy (functional) ranges” are more narrowly defined than the “clinical (average/normal) ranges. What this essentially means is that early problems with cells, tissues and organs can be discovered before they become disease conditions. The “clinical” range for cholesterol, for instance, is typically below 200; while the “healthy range” is generally 140 – 160. The Blood Detective matches laboratory findings against both the “clinical” and “healthy” populations for the entire laboratory values tested. Remember – the average doctor compares your blood results to average people in a population…the average person may not be exceptionally healthy. With the Blood Detective approach, you are compared to the average and to the healthy – the best of both worlds!

  • Healthy ranges have been studied for their nutritional implications and can provide clues to hidden deficiencies that would not be obvious if only standard values were considered.

  • The bottom line is this, if you are not feeling well, suspect that something is “not right”, and have been told or have been made to feel that, “it’s all in your head”, then consider a Blood Detective health evaluation. Dr. Michael Wald, the originator of the Blood Detective technology and concept, is available for consultation and can be reached at or 914-552-1442


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*DISCLAIMER: Dr. Michael Wald is a doctor of chiropractic with a masters degree in nutrition. He is also a Certified Dietitian Nutritionist and a Certified Nutritional Specialist and Sports Nutritionist. Dr. Wald is certified to provide acupuncture in several states, but not New York. Dr. Wald has two board certifications in nutrition. Dr. Michael Wald earned his MD diploma, but did not complete a residency and is thus not licensed to practice medicine. The information on this site is intended for educational purposes only and is not to substitute for sound medical or health advice. Information contained within this website may change at any time without prior notice. The information on this website is under copyright, 2021.