Another uBiome Review with Bifidobacteria Overgrowth

 

This is a report from someone who started trying some of my suggestions in June.

  • Week #1: Prescript Assist just before bed. In morning Vitamin D3 and Licorice
  • Week #2: Add Equilibrium in AM, Mag Malate in evening
  • Week #3: Add Symbioflor 1 + 2 in PM, D-Ribose with it
  • Week #4: Add Miyarisan in AM, CoQ10 in evening
  • Week #5: Stop Symbiorflor, Start L.Reuteri
  • Various gums (Mastic etc)

There is a second uBiome that also has a bifidobacteria overgrowth with no lactobacillus which I looked at in another post.

“Id love to write a a summary but It would be very short, I haven’t had any changes in symptoms except for maybe a bit of more wired-and-tired after taking symbioflor-1. ”

Basics Criteria
bifido

  • Diversity is 44%ile (I am starting to suspect that moving closer to 50%ile indicates recovery in some form)
  • No E.Coli
    • Not directly reported, but it parent is: Enterobacteriaceae  is not reported (i.e. none)
  • Akkermansia: 0 – none reported
  • ratio

It is interesting that we see a drop of diversity which may be connected to bifidobacterium being high. Bifidobacterium suppress many of the bacteria genus that are high in CFS uBiome results.

Analysis of Over Growth by Bacteria Genus

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  1. Turicibacter (genus) 
  2. Bifidobacterium (genus)
  3. Faecalibacterium (genus) 
  4. Blautia (genus) 
  5. Roseburia (genus) 

NUTRIENTS/ SUBSTRATES

 

INHIBITED BY

ENHANCED BY

INHIBITS

Analysis – I have marked the items only connected to Bifidobacterium in blue.

Number of Very Elusive Bacteria:

These are not overgrowth of common bacteria, but mystery bacteria who may have special traits.

elusi

Bottom Line

Melatonin Candidate

mela

This person is high in all of the genus that melatonin may reduce (see this post).  These are the triplet of genus associated with  Partial Sleep Deprivation on DataPunk.Net.

General Suggestions

Suggestions are similar to other recent analysis:

A question that I have is what the strains and species of bifidobacteria are for this patient and the earlier post of a ubiome that was also high in bifidobacteria and zero lactobacillus. This earlier post ubiome did not have any Coriobacteriacease and low Erysipelotrichaceae with the Firmicutes-to-Bacteroidetes ratio in the opposite direction (so NOT a melatonin candidate).

Given both the drop in diversity towubiomeards typical and high bifidobacteria (positive signs), I would suggest adding in some human-source lactobacillus probiotics – for example:

  • L. Reuteri –> BioGaia and Cardioviva
  • L. Fermentum ME-3
  • Shown to persist (see this post)
    • L. rhamnosus GG (Culturelle)
    • L. rhamnosus CNCM I-4036 (Human origin)
    • L. rhamnosus (573L/1-3)
    • L. plantarum  MF1298, DC13

As always, consult with your medical professional before starting or altering your supplements.