The Power and Pitfalls of Omics: George Davey Smith’s storming talk at ME/CFS conference
Read about the talk that stole the show at a recent ME/CFS conference in Simon McGrath's two-part blog.
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Discussion in 'GcMAF' started by lerae, Jul 13, 2012.

  1. lerae


    This has probably been discussed in detail, but I could not sort through every thread.
    1.) I realize C4a is linked to a +/- response of the gcmaf. Mine was 2443. I had bad responses.
    I may try again in very low doses.

    can anone explain in more biological detail?

    Also, my tgfb-1 was very elevated, which I have shared. I read that Dr. Y mentions not to take GcMaf w/ if that is the case.

    Has anyone had their c4a or tgcb-1 changed? And can this be at all damaging to our bodies, even in the smallest dosage?
    thank yáll
  2. floydguy

    floydguy Senior Member

    I am confused by the TGF Beta statement by de Meleir as I thought a lot of us have elevated TGF Beta. I have both high TGF Beta1 (21,000 last check) and C4a (67,000 last check). However, I fall into a biotoxin sensitive group where high values aren't unusual.

    I've been told that it may not be a great idea to reduce TGF Beta 1 without knowing why it's elevated. It could be helping mediate something else.

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