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Lab Tests indicating a need to address Bacterial Imbalances:
History of chronic #ear infections
Maternal history of #Streptococcal infection
History of bacterial #pneumonia
Streptococcus, E coli on #CSA / #GI Profile
Other #bacterial #pathogens on CSA/GI Profile
Elevated kynurenic on #OAT / #Metabolic Test, CONFIRM with CSA/GI Profile
Elevated quinolinic on OAT/Metabolic Test, CONFIRM with CSA/GI Profile
Low gut #pH or high gut pH
High suberic on a #MAP or #OAT
High DHPPA on a MAP or OAT

#Supplements to balance / repopulate GI tract/ decrease E.coli and Strep:
Bowel Support Formula RNA
Special digestive enzymes
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What are Neurotransmitters

  4 years, 6 months ago

Perhaps the best way to think of neurotransmitters is with an automobile example. Most automobiles in the United States are made to cruise at 60-70 miles per hour, perfect for interstate highways and that summer vacation. If we place that same automobile on a racetrack and drive day-after-day at 130 mph, two things would happen:
1). Parts would fail and
2). We would run the engine so hot that we’d likely evaporate or burnout the oil.
In fact, neurotransmitters such as serotonin act as the brain’s “oil”.

Comparable to a normal automobile on a race track, when we ... ..more

The human genome is a string of over 3 billion chemical letters that spell out every inherited trait. Although the letters of all our genomes are virtually identical and have little variation, more and more frequently, nature gets a letter wrong, similar to a typo. Scientists call these genetic misspellings SNPs (Pronounced: snips), or single nucleotide polymorphisms, which occur as variations at a single site in DNA. In fact, a SNP is the most frequent variation in the human genome with about 5-10 million of them. Although not all of these disparities contribute to disease. Scientists are now using them ... ..more