Lassesen

I often have attended the yearly talks of futurist/predictionist Mark Anderson. This year there was talk about Mark’s new company, Pattern Computer.On that site I saw this interesting item Insights in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Using the Pattern Discovery Engine™ coupled with a hypothesis-free...
One of my favorite sources for information on the microbiome is run by Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo. For many years he has advocated eating for your blood type. In this week’s issue of New Scientist. an article “Your gut bacteria may match your blood group – but we don’t know why“ The difference between...
A reader forwarded me a link to: “Ozone therapy is an effective therapy in chronic fatigue syndrome:result of an Italian study in 65 patient” My initial take was that I was not surprised — why? Ozone kills some bacteria… but we need to dig deeper. Note: both Ozone and Hydrogen peroxide have one...
Lassesen
Views
349
Comments
2
Epigenetics is turning DNA on and off. Another description is gene expression. A 2017 article ties this to CFS and there is a lot of other literature connecting epigenetic changes to other conditions and illnesses. This article not only tied it to CFS but with methylation issues seen with...
Lassesen
Views
180
While working on an email response to a reader's question about mold/mycotoxins, I found this 2018 article: Mycotoxin: Its Impact on Gut Health and Microbiota. Evidence of disturbance on gut microbiota modulation induced by mycotoxin only had been studied on animal and the results have been...
Lassesen
Views
217
Comments
1
2-FL (Human Milk Oligosaccharides) is a medical food which I wrote about in this August 2018 post. A reader ask for my thoughts on Enteragam, another prescription medical food. It’s Serum-derived bovine immunoglobulin/protein isolate A general introduction to the topic of medical foods can be...
From this article
Lassesen
Views
135
Comments
2
The analysis site for 16s microbiome results (ubiome, thryve, etc) http://microbiomeprescription.azurewebsites.net/ has been revised to improve usability and to give more options. Sample Selection Page This has been de-cluttered Ability To Edit some Meta Data Clicking on Edit or Remove a...
Lassesen
Views
114
Comments
1
This week I talked with some folks at Glycom, one located in Denmark and the other in Switzerland. I had made contact with them because of seeing a post from someone stating their product "2-FL" resulted in them no longer being histamine sensitive. Histamine issues are very hard to deal with...
Lassesen
Views
156
Comments
2
A reader wrote: “I did a followup uBiome tests (5 site explorer) to compare to my 2015 gut test (from when my CFS was super bad). Diversity scores on skin and other tests seem very low since I’m on chronic doxycycline and minocycline but I’m feeling great! “I believe I did mark symptoms on my...
I have done several posts on histamine issues over the last few years — some people close to me have these challenges. Past posts are below: https://cfsremission.com/2014/03/06/the-histamine-production-model-of-cfs/...
Lassesen
Views
114
Comments
1
The same reader that asked about Biological Markers for CFS/ME, came back with a tougher question: “Now- another huge ask- have you written a post on the efficacy of various treatments? “ The core problem is the need to have proper control studies — which can be a challenge to both design and...
Lassesen
Views
92
A reader wrote: “This week on our ABC National TV, the head of a big city hospital’s chronic fatigue clinic stated that there are no biological markers for chronic fatigue, so the best treatment was graded exercise and CBT. Unfortunately his opinion is very powerful here in patients getting...
Lassesen
Views
91
A reader wrote today: "I have been trying B. longum BB536 as I have read it lowers d lactate producers Seems its helping gut function but giving hot flashes and some heart palps, wondering why?" The light went on --- I have just gotten a reasonable size of end-products relationships (5800)...
Lassesen
Views
103
Comments
1
Bacteria produce end-products such as B12, Biotin, Butyrate etc. I have done a naive count of the number of bacteria in your ubiome that produces each and create a report from it. This is not perfect: different bacteria are more or less efficient in production this is based on available data...
Lassesen
Views
102
A reader on her 2nd ubiome ( https://ubiome.com/ ) result had significant improvement but is also on a very restrictive diet due to severe histamine sensitivities. She asked for me to extract a probiotic centric set of suggestions. The site for upload of ubiome data and analysis is...
Lassesen
Views
97
This is a copy of post M, that is #1000 post on my https://cfsremission.com/ blog. In it I will attempt to answer Nick's comment on Thick Blood, Clots dimension of CFS etc Nick: I assume the minimum list are still tests rarely done? It’s interesting reading, especially as my wife’s head...
Lassesen
Views
99
Today I got a comment from someone with Hashimoto's thyroiditis, often co-morbid with CFS, IBS etc. I thought that I would check to see if there had been any microbiome work done on this condition. I was delighted to see a February, 2018 article, "Alterations of the Gut Microbiota in...
I have extracted from studies the bacteria that have been associated with various autoimmune-related conditions as well as building pages to apply them to uBiome samples at: http://microbiomeprescription.azurewebsites.net . Original post at...
Lassesen
Views
113
Comments
2
Both the other Labs Analysis and Ubiome recommendations have had the revised algorithm applied. The Values are not how strong it works, but the probability that it will have impact (works) A higher number means more and more studies have found that it has modified the bacteria. Ubiome Example...
Lassesen
Views
106
Comments
2

Blog information

Author
Lassesen
Blog entries
84
Last update