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Another portion of the revision has been completed. This consists of two parts: Displaying the percentage of gut samples that have a specific bacteria level Refactor of information on each bacteria level I have expanded the reference to every level of the hierarchy Bacteria Level An...
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MicrobiomePrescription Site Revision – Stage 1 This week I have taken off from work to do some serious refactoring on the recommendation site. The first phrase is to simplify recommendations and make items clearer for the brain fogged. At present we have 6,977 different relationships for...
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A reader messaged me about the safety of soil based organisms probiotics. I have touched on this a year ago in another post, there have been more studies since then. For hundreds of thousands of years, soil based organism was a part of our diet. I recall reading that the human gut bacteria has...
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Cognitive impairment is common in CF[2017]. A reader asked about ADHD, the hyperactivity of Attention–deficit/hyperactivity disorder is not typically reported, but the attention disorder is. There is not much published yet, but a few items were interesting: “Attention-deficit/hyperactivity...
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In my earlier post, COMPARING REPEATED UBIOME RESULTS, I provided a tool but little guidance on interpreting. The key question is always whether the symptoms improved, not whether some numbers change. We do not know which numbers are significant and which numbers are just natural variation...
I have done a few posts on depression over the years CFS Depression, Diet and the Microbiome Depression, Confusion, Fear – the protocol disrupters Depression: “Natural”, CFS, and other forms Psychoactive Probiotics! A friend asked me to revisit it, especially now that I have a recommendation...
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This week I got an email from activist in another under served medical condition, she wrote " Preliminary microbiome results are most similar to CFS. ". In another sense, it's may be a variation of SIBO. There is a DNA component (as there is with CFS, FM, IBS). A list of common symptoms...
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There are some 15 readers who have done 2 or more uBiomes. I have added a new page to allow them to easier see differences. After login at: http://ubiomecfsweb.azurewebsites.net/Biome/login a new choice will appear if you have done 2 or more uBiome: Click this take you to a page to select...
For the third item from the Metabolite Explorer, we return to a LOW item, Secondary metabolite degradation: Dioxin degradation. Here we see Low 8/14 High 1 /14 (No Onset information -- may be a healthy) Normal 5/14 I speculated that the ability to degrade dioxin will diminished and found that...
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The highest average value at present on the symptom-metabolites explorer (http://ubiomecfsweb.azurewebsites.net/Metabolite/explorer) is from “Secondary metabolite biosynthesis: Stilbenoid, diarylheptanoid and gingerol biosynthesis” with an average of 2.1 with 8/14 HIGH 4/14 low 2/14 Normal...
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The data from 14 people to date reporting in the microbiome metabolism explorer has a high percentage with a very low metabolism for D-Arginine and D-ornithine (10/14). There are a few others that are high (4/10). None normal. This variation is expected because everyone’s shift is different. At...
A reader asked: “Do you still think thick blood is a common issue and do you still recommend getting the multiple labs for thick blood? Is there a viscosity test you recommend for seeing that the thickness is at any given time?” Given that I have been focusing on the microbiome (mainly...
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The title sounded grander than what it actually contained Open-label pilot for treatment targeting gut dysbiosis in myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome: neuropsychological symptoms and sex comparisons [2018] – Full text “Conclusions Results support the notion that specific...
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One of the original intents of the mechanized analysis site at: http://ubiomecfsweb.azurewebsites.net was to try to identify which bacteria shifts are related to which symptoms. Over the last week I have been coding and testing a symptom explorer and it is ready for beta release. It is found...
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A reader wrote: "Hi Ken, what is your take on reducing, I can only find 3 things that may reduce Proteobacterium, L. taurine, and walnuts from your site and Chris's pubmed study above which shows L. Reuteri works. It seems to me this would be a great direction. I'm thinking of adding L...
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I received this in the mail, https://shop.ubiome.com/pages/explorer-plus Or $99/sample versus $89 for the basic kit (one time) or $72 on subscription. What is the difference? More comprehensive access to your entire microbiome, including viruses and fungi Functional metagenomics...
Some conditions are associated with shift of bacteria. This does not mean that if you have most of the shift, you will have the condition. DNA is a major factor in developing most conditions. In short: Bad Microbiome + Bad DNA ==> Health Problems. The full list (without using your uBiome) is at...
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Symptoms are only collected for uBiome samples. The reason is simple, we need lots of data on bacteria to go with lots of symptoms to isolate patterns. Getting to the Symptoms List There are three ways of getting to the menu shown below From your original upload, see this post How to upload...
A reader asked about their relationship and after doing a quick check on PubMed, there seems to be sufficient studies to attempt a summary. “Gut microbes are capable of producing most neurotransmitters found in the human brain. Evidence is accumulating to support the view that gut microbes...
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Ubiome has a clinical test called Smart Gut. I covered it prior with instructions on moving the data to the uBiome Explorer in uBiome’s Smart Gut (with transfer to Explorer) and uBiome’s Clinical Report “Smart Gut” I got an email asking for a direct entry page. In time I plan to add low...
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