This is a followup to the last post. If things do not go ‘as expected’, I want to know so I can try discovering the root issue. I will not filter to only good or ideal reports. This is a process of discovery for my readers and myself. The following comments are from a reader:
|* All Profiles||124||162|
|* All Profiles HIGH||23||42|
|* All Profiles LOW||101||120|
|* Metabolism Average||1.02087378640777|
|* Metabolism Std Dev||0.217666351962583|
|Chronic Fatigue Syndrome||11||14|
|High Blood Pressure||3||4|
|Histamine Issues From Ubiome||4||5|
|Inflammatory Bowel Disease||4||7|
|Irritable Bowel Syndrome||6||4|
|Systemic Lupus Erythematosus||15||15|
|Type 2 Diabetes||4||6|
As with the last post, the profiles An interesting comparison between 2 ubiome for the same person the profiles went up. A quick note to the reader to see if we have the same situation got this response:
” Yes and No. When incorporating the specific changes I stopped rotating herbs and probiotics from your past general recommendations (Prescript Assist, Symbioflor, Olive Leaf, Neem, etc). I did stay on the basics (B vitamins, etc)
The ubiomes are about a year apart. I’m not surprised to see things going the wrong way. I’ve definitely been getting worse overall. So I guess it’s a good thing that your site and the results are reflecting that, at least in terms of your overall theory and the value of the website”
So unlike the last reader who following my suggested practise:
- Got a uBiome results
- Looked at the suggestions and made a selection
- Kept on them for 3 months
- Redid the uBiome to find the next set of changes
This reader started with an out of date ubiome, The microbiome is constantly changing…
There are words of caution from this post:
- Make sure that your ubiome results are current.
- Do not take the suggestions as a REPLACEMENT, they are a list of suggestions which:
- Likely good to do most of the avoid
- Likely good to do the easy/cheapest ones of the take
I ran two sets of recommendations thru — one focused only on high bacteria and one focused on low bacteria only. It is interesting to note that there is a lot of overlap between the two — despite having no bacteria in common with either group. This illustrate how bacteria tend to have a Ying-Yang aspect.
This list of items is similar to the last post with a few minor changes.
This is an education post to facilitate discussing this approach with your medical professionals. It is not medical advice for the treatment of any medical condition. Always consult with your medical professional before doing any changes of diet, supplements or activity. Some items cites may interfere with prescription medicines.