RemissionBiome prep week 1 and schedule

Figure 1. Our plan for the next eight weeks

Figure 2. Gut prep products

“The Mucosal Immune Reactivity Screen (Array 14) evaluates the possible outcomes of compromised immune tolerance, including intestinal barrier dysfunction, food and chemical immune reactivity, and autoimmunity.” (From Rupa Health)

“The Array 12 – Pathogen-Associated Immune Reactivity Screen from Cyrex Laboratories examines an individual’s response to specific pathogens that increase susceptibility to developing autoimmune reactions.” (From Rupa Health)

“The GI Effects® Comprehensive Profile test from Genova Diagnostics is a group of advanced stool tests that assess digestive function, intestinal inflammation, and the intestinal microbiome to assist in managing gastrointestinal health. Gut microorganisms are codependent on one another, and their human host and the health of one affect the other.” (From Rupa Health)

Figure 3. RemissionBiome tests (not exhaustive)

One response to “RemissionBiome prep week 1 and schedule

  1. Daniel Kerlinsky Avatar
    Daniel Kerlinsky

    The products of Streptomycetes have many more functions than ‘antibacterial’. I’ve been prescribing minocycline 50-100 mg po qhs to reduce CNS inflammation for 6 years and it opens the cranial sutures, and reduces post-inflammatory stiffness in the brain, stimulates stem cells, promotes symmetric regeneration with paracrine effects and turns off and on many more genes. Boromycin has similarly numerous non-bacterial effects. Streptomycetes produces growth hormones for plants to aid in recovery. No coincidence then that motilin restarts peristalsis and spins in the lumen of the gut and stimulates growth hormone after receptor binding of erythromycin. Prucalopride, L-glutamine, budesonide 3mg po and cholestyramine are on my gut list. Bloating, peristalsis, orange compact-powder stool are my short list for tracking… but small intestine heat and myofascial mapping of twisted intestine are more reliable exam findings. Small intestine spike-filled mucus ends up most frequently in the upper liver… but s bolus of covid can end up anywhere in the gut. Who will test streptomycetes as a beneficial organism?

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