Cheney says above 4 are the sickest, below 2 are the healthiest. However, that's using vitamin diagnostics, not redlabs.
The turn around time for nagalase testing through Health Diagnostics is six weeks. My level was 1.9 (I've had CFIDS for 20 years). Are there any other longtimers out there who have taken GcMAF? If so, what were the results? Where and how did you obtain the GcMAF?
Yikes, what a tough situation you are in, Shoesies.
I hope the GcMAF will work well for you.
Will you report back to us?
Mine was 1.7 with diagnostic labs. wow, what defines sick? i have oober amounts of pain.
i had a friend say hers was not high enough (although it was elevated), to receive the Gcmaf. I never knew that was a
factor. Makes me wonder if 1.7 isnt elevated enough.
I just got my nagalase leves today and I don't take gcmaf. My level was 1.3. So what defines sick,? I don't know. Although I am not bedridden, what I do know is that I can barely function. I too have chronic pain and especially tons of fatigue. I am confused; I don't know if I should try gcmaf or the maf 314 or maf 878 or none of those.
You can be plenty sick but not have high nagalase levels as only certain pathogens give out nagalase, I believe. I also have a vague memory that there are some factors that can interfere with the testing of nagalase levels, but sorry I can't remember what!
While fairly high nagalase is an indication that GcMAF might help you, it is not the only factor. I had high LPS and that was also an indication that GcMAF would help...and it has.
What test do you recommend for checking LPS? I have done the metametrix dna stool test, cdsa genova stool test, sibo test, leaky gut test, urine amino acids test and metabolic analysis profile test. Do any of those tests show an indication of high LPS?