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What is Diolein and why is it stuck in me?

Discussion in 'Diagnostic Guidelines and Laboratory Testing' started by justy, Jan 23, 2012.

  1. justy

    justy Senior Member

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    A simple question i would have thought, but not much clarity on the issue by googling - not that my poor brain can understand anyway.

    So what is Diolein? and why is it stuck onto my mitochondrial membranes? and how can i get it off? how can i stop it coming back?
     
  2. justy

    justy Senior Member

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    I sppent quite a lot of money on translocator protein studies, and this is what it says (amongst other things) and i don't understand it.
    Please help!
    someone here must have some idea about all this, otherwise the test was a complete waste of money (well id say it was anyway)

    All the best, Justy.
     
  3. Jenny

    Jenny Senior Member

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    I believe diolein is a pro-inflammatory fatty acid. So probably not a good thing to have in you. I think it's in, or results from the ingestion of, certain cooking oils.

    I'm afraid I don't know what one can do about it - I've had these Acumen tests and although a lot of abnormalities came up I didn't get any useful suggestions for treatment.

    I'm sure others will know more.

    Jenny
     
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    justy Senior Member

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    Thanks Jenny for the reply - yes i agree that this particular test doesnt seem that useful, other than doing FAR saunas, which is recommended anyway. Oh well!

    Thanks anyway, Justy.
     

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