Anyone with an opinion or experience to share?
Could we have a discussion regarding which test is the most accurate test for lyme disease and coinfections?
Tickplex (coming soon to selected countries and available at ArminLabs):
"Our technology is intended to tests for both early and late Lyme Disease and other tick-borne diseases. Our tests facilitate healthcare providers to test up to 20 tick-borne disease microbes against multiple antibody types that aids in pinpointing not only the causative agent for a patient’s illness but also the stage of illness, thus our tests are a multiplex and multi-functional diagnostic kits."
Thank you for answers. I would also like to hear from people that tried Igenex lab, which particular combination of tests did they use from there? Because they send me a whole leaflet with test combinations
The FDA and EPA say most women and young children should avoid the first four highest-mercury fish below. They’re considering adding the last two to the list. If you are a frequent consumer of any type of fish—24 ounces or more per week—Consumer Reports suggests that you avoid the fish below as well.Only a few fish, such as tuna fish, contain high amount of mercury.
They have different number of chains of fats, and are not interchangeable.