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    Dan S
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    Hello

    Im sorry I have neglected this forum. Im pretty much back to a normal state of health now, and I suspect that I may have never had protomyxzoa in the first place. I suspect that my PCR test result was a false positive. This is a risk with PCR tests, because they can be incredibly sensitive. PCR testing requires extreme cleanliness to assure that positive results are not due to contamination. If you’re doing PCR tests in a lab space that is also growing the stuff you are testing for, this is a huge issue. I suspect that Fry Labs may have this problem, because I know they are both growing protomyxzoa and doing PCR tests for it.

    I have learned some very interesting and valuable things. Im confident now that the health problems I was experiencing were due to a dysregulated microbiome, i.e. dysbiosis, resulting from past antibiotic exposure. Its possible that correcting my microbiome improved immune function enough to eliminate the possible protomyxzoa infection. I will never know for sure. But this is plausible because its well proven that dysbiosis causes immune system suppression. High-dose probiotic therapy improves immune function and can improve it enough to eradicate even tough infections without the help of antibiotics.

    Dysbiosis will cause a wide variety of health problems, most notably chronic inflammation, immune dysfunction and neurological problems. Its not easy to fix. Fixing a microbiome damaged by antibiotic use and infections is one of the biggest challenges in medicine today.

    I have developed an effective therapy for treating dysbiosis.

    My therapy protocol is described in the attached document. This protocol is the product of several years of literature searching and experimentation. It took a huge amount of work to figure this out.

    Please try it and ask questions. I would like to develop the dysbiosis protocol further with input from others. The dysbiosis protocol can be done at home without asking permission of anyone. Its a DIY therapy and its very effective.

    Dan

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    Susan
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    Thank you, Dan.  I’ll check it out.  Thank you for sharing.

    Susan

    #353
    Dan S
    Keymaster

    Dysbiosis protocol has been updated.

    I now emphasize the supplements, as these are much easier to do than growing live cultures. Growing the cultures can be complicated, because it requires a lot of ingredients.

    Conventional probiotics might be effective enough when combined with the supplements.

    I have some nutrient blend for the cultures, and am willing to provide some to people that want to try making the live cultures. You can message me if interested.

    thank you

    dan

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