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You Cool with Stool? -- Need help with CDSA Results

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by Jorlev, Jul 16, 2013.

  1. Jorlev


    Hi all,
    Just got results from Genova Diagnostics CDSA .

    Beta-Glucuronidase - High
    Long Chain Fatty Acids - High
    Phospholipids - High
    Fecal Fat - High

    Saw B-Glucuronidase is produced by E. Coli, anerobic Bacterioids and Clostridia in intestines
    High amounts linked to colon cancer and hyperstrogen.

    High Phospholipids - inadequate bile salt resorption in terminal illieum, mucosal cell turnover.

    Any thoughts out there???
  2. Plum

    Plum Senior Member

    There will be evidence out there (google) on all of your results. It took me a while to decipher mine but I did find enough info eventually.

    The only thing that springs to mind is it seems you're not breaking down your dietary fat. Perhaps issues with digestive enzymes or stomach acid? Also, perhaps your liver is backed up with too many toxins as it is for most of us and hence it's struggling to break fat down?

    If I were in your situation I would look into digestive issues. Clean up my diet - make sure I was eating good fats - olive oil, organic butter, coconut oil and fat from organic animals only. You do need fat for hormone production - cortisol, progesterone, testosterone and oestrogen. I would then look at hoe much fat I was eating in a meal and see how I felt after that meal - any nausea or indigestion means your system isn't coping. Look into digestive enzymes and betaine HCL supplements. Depending on issues I would also consider things like GAPS diet to help clear up any underlying inflamation.

    Sorry I can't be more helpful but that is what I'd do in your situation. Google often brings up a lot of answers as does search through Genova's website both in the US and UK.
  3. Sea

    Sea Senior Member

    NSW Australia
    I don't know much, but I do know that high fecal fat means there is malabsorption. Common causes are Celiac, chrohns, colitis or pancreatic issues.

    I'm sure google will have plenty of info

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