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WHAT DOES "LARGE PROTEIN COMPLEX" ON TL PROTEIN MEAN?

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by alice111, Jun 27, 2013.

  1. alice111

    alice111 Senior Member

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    Hi all,
    so I am a bit bamboozled by my ACUMEN mitochondrial membrane protein studies...

    the test results showed that I have a "large protein complex" attached which could be causing the blockage. There is a * next to this result, and in the comments he has written "? immunoprotein? allergic?"

    I did these tests through Dr Myhill, who was also perplexed by this result. She thought maybe it was an allergy to a food, but I am on a suuuuppper restricted diet, and have done many elimination tests, so I really dont know what I could possibly be allergic to!

    If anyone has any insights about this, or has had a similar result please feel free to share :)
    thanks!
    jasmine
     
  2. justy

    justy Senior Member

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    Hi Jassysan, all i can say is that i also forked out the money for this test and it was completely pointless. I had a different 'unexplained and inexplicable' result to yours. Mine where found to have steroids attached, Dr Myhill didnt know what it was or how it got there and neither did Maclaren Howard at Acumen. Other than that, despite my mito tests showing significant blocvkages on the TL sites not much else showed up - oh some sort of lipids which again were never adequately explained.

    Personally i think they are a waste of time and money. Sorry to not be more helpful.

    All the best!
    Justy.
     

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