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Allergy Test Report
Acct. #: 105433
0: Reviewing lab tests: IAG test was positive with a 51 IAG which indicates he has marked problems with his tryptophan metabolism. IAG also disrupts membranes which could cause a leaky gut and probably problems with the bloodibrain barrier. His gliadomorphin is also elevated at 27 and urinary dermorphin is also elevated. His urinary organic acid test showed that he possibly has a B- 1 deficiency and a CoQ 10 deficiency. I suggest 5 0 mg/day. Essential fatty acid study was normal. He is on Efulex.? This is the first one we have found that has been normal. GI health panel is close to normal. He had I+ Rhodotorula yeast. He had low SIgA. His inflammatory markers were normal. His endolin? levels were normal.
A: I . PDD/autism.
2. Inflammatory bowel disease.
3. Glutathione deficiency.
P: I . Mercury Detox starting with I/day and increasing to 4 as tolerated.
2. Vitamin A, probably cod liver oil as a source.
3. Defense starting with I and going up to about 4/day very slowly over I week at each dosage before changing the dose.
4. Serenade, I to 2 with meals to help reduce the gliadoinorphin found in his system.
5. Casein and gluten-free diet. After a couple of months on this diet, may re-introduce dairy and see if there is an adverse effect. If not, he may be able to be on dairy but I recommend using organic dairy only.
6. Sphingomyelin, I to 2 caps/day. This product helps induce tolerance and reduce the auto-and immune response to the myelin. Do not increase the dose over this dosage because higher doses may increase the autoimmune response.
7. Continue with the Effulex? and other fatty acids as they are working well.
8. Repeat the IAG study in about 3 months.
9. Also recommend trial of T-factors, one 2 times per day to help increase immunity.