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Aha!! Sorry I thought you mean list from the hair analysis.. Very good price on that btw Jeepers you have been diligent!!
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Question re supplements - again - Sorry

Assuming a fructose Mal Absorption issue - . fructans, sorbitol, inulin, fructooligosaccharide

the sups i wnt to concentrate on are below woth a couple of comments re ingredients

polyvite mixed with food seems to invoke a reaction on cheek. only done a few times so not tested properly yet

polyflora - mixed with food- seems to be okay but what about -  base of larch arabinogalactan, chicory concentrate and banana concentrate prebiotics

proberry seems to get a reaction in the liquid form, have now got tablet form but M can't swallow as it's too big.

live cell - yet to test - hopeful

phytocal - not tested yet again hopeful.


harmonica - not even opened yet but thought it might be useful.


perhaps someone with a bit more knowledge on the supps and fructose mal absorption could advise for or against any supps for me.



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Info on A hydrogen breath test (or HBT)

is used as a clinical medical diagnosis for people with irritable bowel syndrome, and common food intolerances. The test is simple, non-invasive, and is performed after a short period of fasting (typically 8-12 hours). Even though the test is normally known as a "Hydrogen Breath Test" some physicians may also test for methane in addition to hydrogen. Many studies have shown that some patients (approximately 35% or more) do not produce hydrogen but actually produce methane. Some patients produce a combination of the two gases. Other patients don't produce any gas, which are known as "Non-Responders"; some physicians believe that these individuals actually produce another gas which has not been determined yet. In addition to hydrogen and methane, some facilities also utilize carbon dioxide (CO2) in the patients' breath to determine if the breath samples that are being analyzed are not contaminated (either with room air or bronchial dead space air).

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Tests vary from country to country, so the following information is provided as a rough guide to typical uses of the hydrogen breath test:

Fructose malabsorption - the patient takes a base reading of hydrogen levels in his/her breath. The patient is then given a small amount of fructose, and then required to take readings every 15, 30 or 60 minutes for two to three hours. If the level of hydrogen rises above 20 ppm (parts per million) over the lowest preceding value within the test period, the patient is typically diagnosed as a fructose malabsorber. If the patient produces methane then the parts per million for the methane typically rises 12 ppm over the lowest preceding value to be considered positive. If the patient produces both hydrogen and methane then the values are typically added together and the mean of the numbers is used to determine positive results, usually 15 ppm over the lowest preceding value.

Lactose malabsorption - the patient takes a base reading of hydrogen levels in his/her breath. The patient is then given a small amount of pure lactose (typically 20 to 25 g), and then required to take readings every 15, 30 or 60 minutes for two to three hours. If the level of hydrogen rises above 20 ppm (parts per million) over the lowest preceding value within the test period, the patient is typically diagnosed as a lactose malabsorber. If the patient produces methane then the parts per million for the methane typically rises 12 ppm over the lowest preceding value to be considered positive. If the patient produces both hydrogen and methane then the values are typically added together and the mean of the numbers is used to determine positive results, usually 15 ppm over the lowest preceding value. However, recent study suggest that testing may not correlate with any actual diagnosis. [1]

Small Bowel Bacterial Overgrowth Syndrome (SBBOS) or Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) - the patient is either given a challenge dose of glucose, also known as dextrose (75-100 grams), or lactulose (10 grams). Breath samples are then collected at 15 minute or 20 minute intervals after the baseline is collected for 3-5 hours. Positive diagnosis for a lactulose SIBO breath test - typically positive if the patient produces approximately 20 ppm of hydrogen and/or methane within the first two hours (indicates bacteria in the small intestine), followed by a much larger peak (colonic response). This is also known as a biphasic pattern. Lactulose is not absorbed by the digestive system and can help determine distal end bacterial overgrowth, which means the bacteria are lower in the small intestine. Positive diagnosis for a glucose SIBO breath test - glucose is absorbed by the digestive system so studies have shown it to be harder to diagnose distal end bacterial overgrowth since the glucose typically doesn't reach the colon before being absorbed. An increase of approximately 12 ppm or more in hydrogen and/or methane during the breath test could conclude bacterial overgrowth. Recent study indicates "The role of testing for SIBO in individuals with suspected IBS remains unclear." Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth in Irritable Bowel Syndrome Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2009 Aug 12.

The excess hydrogen or methane is assumed to be typically caused by an overgrowth of otherwise normal intestinal bacteria. (citation needed)

Other breath tests that can be taken include: Sucrose Intolerance, d-xylose and sorbitol.


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if you type in Fructose malabsorption to face book there are a couple of groups there that you might find interesting.


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I checked out this website and read about what they do.  I have some misgivings, honestly.  I don't know how they could determine sensitivities just by testing hair samples!  But if you can verify the results they gave you with your own observations, that lends a lot of credence.  From the look of things, Emily has a lot more than just FM!

If you ARE a FMer, I'd be careful of larch arabinogalactan (ARA6).  Generally speaking it's great stuff but could cause a reaction like fructans can.  Chicory root can also be a problem for some.  Some people claim that taking probiotics makes them WORSE!

I'd use dextrose (another name for glucose) as a sweetener, and if eating something that may cause a reaction, eating some dextrose with it may prevent the reaction.  Fructose transport out of the small intestine can be facilitated by the presence of glucose; i.e. one fructose can ride "piggy-back" on one glucose.  I would also avoid all sugar alcohols (anything ending in -tol) since they inhibit fructose transport.

I would suggest taking an enzyme supplement that has cellulase in it.  This will help break up biofilms in the gut that protect bacteria and fungi, and will at the same time increase the amount of glucose present (I think?).
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I checked out this website and read about what they do.  I have some misgivings, honestly.  I don't know how they could determine sensitivities just by testing hair samples!  But if you can verify the results they gave you with your own observations, that lends a lot of credence.  From the look of things, Emily has a lot more than just FM!

If you ARE a FMer, I'd be careful of larch arabinogalactan (ARA6).  Generally speaking it's great stuff but could cause a reaction like fructans can.  Chicory root can also be a problem for some.  Some people claim that taking probiotics makes them WORSE!

I'd use dextrose (another name for glucose) as a sweetener, and if eating something that may cause a reaction, eating some dextrose with it may prevent the reaction.  Fructose transport out of the small intestine can be facilitated by the presence of glucose; i.e. one fructose can ride "piggy-back" on one glucose.  I would also avoid all sugar alcohols (anything ending in -tol) since they inhibit fructose transport.

I would suggest taking an enzyme supplement that has cellulase in it.  This will help break up biofilms in the gut that protect bacteria and fungi, and will at the same time increase the amount of glucose present (I think?).
Great info re the larch TJ!! Cheers I definitely have reactions to prebiotics made from chicory - one of the few things that make me extremely unpleasant to be near

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TJ,
kind of describing what deflect is meant to do, and DR D has formulated every sacrificial sugar used in deflect to serve each BT gut......can t get more personalized than that

take a look at G Security to do the job as well!
http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=NP048


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kind of describing what deflect is meant to do...
What; make you unpleasant to be near???
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Thanks TJ I'll look into all of that - very helpful

We are now cutting out fruit and anything we know is high in fructose for the rest of the week. but her face is healing already. this morning its possibly the best it's been for a long time.

the other issues involves dust mites / cross of storage mites that won't let her cheek heal at night. we are addressing this with Olive oil and air purifiers and a anti dust mite regime.

Pollen also is a problem but again we are mind full of this and have stopped Emily going out in the garden in the morning, before 10 am when pollen is apparently most active. this helped a lot too. also we air the house a lot.

Thanks Lloa deftect has larch arabinogalactan - if okay I'll start a test using Deflect as I have loads of that (actually i bought a whole load of most of the supps to test with her and us) , I'll start using 1/4 of a tablet as she is 16 kilos. I would be grateful if yo were as specific with the other supps i mentioned taking into acounts M blood Type. Maybe TJ Different Blood type affects him with the supps differently to Emily, even slightly. just a thought.

It seems that (without double blinded research of course) that maybe us nonnies or maybe gathers have an issue with sugar - maybe they all have a version of Fructose Mal absorption. or is it just a variation on the diabetic theme. (the sugar is a big area of weakness in me too)




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PC there is also another fructose malabsorption (yahoo) group that is worldwide, I just found on the net...if you are interested - seems more active than the facebook ones
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P/C .. I ... don't know if you need to read this.. I told this before..

Yet, I am addressing food variety for a child coming of Possibly (non compliant) breast milk for so many years..

It took a year for my intestines to heal to the point where I felt healthier, and all I ate where a few things.

I can write them on here without issues, and hunger was in issue with me also.

Eggs for breakfast cooked in Ghee, if 2 are not enough then 3.. it will not hurt her ( porrige as far as I am concerned will not be good for her intestines and weaken them, allow the 'burring' through the intestinal wall and entering the system, which then the body first has to fight instead of rest from it. )

snacks Nuts walnuts or any she does not react to,  a fruit or choc.

11AM lunch of 8 oz steak/meat any size (as much as 16 ounces,if I needed it)..did that for years. or meat cooked stir fry over the first line of BENEFICIAL or super Ben vegetables.

snacks as above until

5PM  dinner same as lunches..

Snacks bananas blueberry smoothies endless

(for the kids I brought up) at first they were used to enormous portions of 'pasta' their staple, within a month they ate normal portions.  All they needed to teach their body was : food will be available, I do not have to hoard food or eat it before the other children will eat it... they came from a bad diet place..)  

Now maybe if I look at the food list of today, I was less restrictive with sweet potatoes carrots, green peppers, cucumbers, green salads with all sort of dressings to each his own, tom sauces, and butter jellies and Ezekiel toast bread.  This is what I and the kids ate for years.. not much else .. no restrictions anywhere for size or portions..

Juices replaced all in house milk.. other juices replaced orange juice..

today I am much more restricted.. much less sugar,

but with the kids.... IF I had to do it again I would follow the same plan.. easy simple, and if they ate other stuff outside of the house I KNEW I was not messing with their health.. (all O's)  and the stuff they ate out, was giving them just enough variety that they were exposed to all kinds of things.. and could learn to judge for them selves what was good what was not..  

I did not eat fish but if the kids wanted that was special ordered by them as they liked differing ones - I only eat tuna mixed with mayo..  

MOST IMPORTANT on the table we had a big pound bowel of hard candy.. next to nuts and fruit.. the kids soon after the first week left the candy sitting ..

oh and real cream ice-cream in the freezer,, actually they seemed to eat it out more than home..


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Goldie i do love your posts but if may just mention a few things to remind you.

Emily reacts to pretty well any fruit, even the test amount - so endless fruit smoothies might not just be cool for a while at least. i do appreciate that you mention banana and blueberries being that they ar ebetter for Fructose problems.

this week we have no fruit, it's only another few days till the week end then we have a small portion of the recommended fruits. and then only every few days.

I am hopeful that in many months we can just return to normal as you hope too.

also steak makes her react like a wild cat - she definitely has a problem with that as she does with chicken. again we are sure that she will be better with these but not just yet.

spoke to consultant for allergies to chase up appointment - should be within the next week.

also looking at astrologist for breath test advice on fructose. more medical bills but hey.

got every book Dr D has written including his dads book now reading that now, but still waiting for the diabetic book - which is the one i want the most. post delays or something should be here this week.

nothing in the encyclopedia about fructose mal absorption though unless i missed it also not much on the search on this site again i would love it if someone would post more links for me to study.


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the other issues involves dust mites / cross of storage mites that won't let her cheek heal at night. we are addressing this with Olive oil and air purifiers and a anti dust mite regime.
Have you considered the possibility that the pillow, bed, and/or bedding might be the culprit?
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wow, I've missed a lot. Pineapple maybe like grapfruit it digest differently? I love pears now I understand why they don't love me. (note to myself- get note pad for info thread)  You guys are getting over my head. Yes I Know I'm kind of short.


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Tj, we have replaced wooded bed with metal frame framed med, new mattress, although the old one was only 4 years old, new pillows, bedding gets changed and washed at 60 degrees every day, she now also has a new wooden floor, absolutely no furniture in the room just brand new wooden toys, and an air purifier, all soft toys are gone for a month to see results and will probably stay away as she has improved so much.

bedroom room is aired all day and purifiers run 24 hours, they have filters and uv lights the works. her pillow is left in sunlight all day when it shines too. dreading the winter actually as humidity will then be a problem but the theory is to get her as well as we can before the winter so she can fight off the humidity from a position of strengh.

she doesn't go out between 7 am and 10 am due to pollen, she stays away from birds, everything she touches these days is at least pure cotton. Even our own clothes are the same. in the afternoons we are outside if the weatehr allows full time. no baths only showers and not hot either every other day.

following a cross between allegies diet, hypoglycemic diet and no fruit this week. also low fructose nearly no fructose actually. skin condition good, slight ig type reaction from something. but only slight and not itching.

at night she has scratch sleeves, and her cheek is covered in the most expensive Olive oil we can find. seems to stop whatever dust mites are left also a little lavender oil under per pillow. lol. slowly but surely we can see a light at the end of the tunnel albeit a long tunnel.

but keep the info coming please and we shall do the same.

I am a fan of both the D'Adamo as you all know. and today reading The dads book helped get the hypoglycemia in my head. recommend that to possum.

Can also see what Goldie means regarding bananas and some stuff to be eaten once a month or once a week.

although their differing views on leicins does confuse me - but happy to stick with swami for me and Emily's mum.

am i to understand that the equivalent of a explorer is an Oa, and a gatherer a Oo, I'll find the thread and repeat that there.

I think the one thing that i am a bit pissed off about is my old friend and his zero fat vegan diet. as much as i rate him as a doctor and being ahead of his time. the hypoglycemia, FM mal absorption makes it very dangerous in my opinion to bandy that idea around still - so no more McDougalling for me. and now deleted off facebook.


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PC, sometimes I feel sorry for myself, then I read about people like your daughter who have it so much worse!  And from a much earlier age, too.  I don't have any other ideas for you right now, just well wishes.
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...but keep the info coming please and we shall do the same. Did you see my other recommendation for the yahoo site?

I am a fan of both the D'Adamo as you all know. and today reading The dads book helped get the hypoglycemia in my head. recommend that to possum. Cheers

I think the one thing that i am a bit pissed off about is my old friend and his zero fat vegan diet. as much as i rate him as a doctor and being ahead of his time. the hypoglycemia, FM mal absorption makes it very dangerous in my opinion to bandy that idea around still - so no more McDougalling for me. and now deleted off facebook.Who is this?


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John McDougall recommends that everyone should be "fat free vegan" his take on the medical world was way ahead of its time 25 years ago, but the vegan thing for all just does not work. i tried it for 6 months and made myself and the family worse. not good for O's at all.

I finished Dr James book last night the first half is excellent but the second half not as exciting. very much worth a read though as an addition to Peters books. even just for the hypoglycemia and sugar bits.


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Interesting little read - Research about long-term effects of food allergies when left untreated -

http://community.livejournal.com/naturalliving/2739381.html

my thinking that gluten and sugar are linked like cross react dust and storage mites do - maybe an over simplifictaion. it's late i should sleep lol


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sorbitol seems to be in a lot of things that you wouldn't expect like toothpaste vaccines


very dangerous for people with undiagnosed fructose intolerance

http://www.novaccine.com/vaccine-ingredients/results.asp?sc=23


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Sorbitol:C6H14O6

Sorbitol plays a vital step in the 'polyol pathway'. The sudden injection of extra sorbitol can ruin the equilibrium of enzymes that regulate the conversion of glucose to fructose in a process associated with the onset of diabetes and its complications.  Further, the polyol pathway is involved with a complex network of metabolic activities; disruption leads to a cascade of problems such as mitochondrial failure, cell apoptosis, and DNA fragmentation.  In general, sorbitol induces cell hyperosmotic stress resulting in phosphorylation -- an important on/off switch regulating enzymes and signaling networks.
Citations include a government record prominently stating under Drug Warnings that sorbitol is "not to be injected".
http://www.sailhome.org/Concerns/Vaccines.html#Sorbitol

There is a growing opinion within the medical community that it should be listed as an active ingredient, because too much Sorbitol (about 50g or more for adults) can cause severe gastro-intestinal problems… Too much sorbitol in cells can cause damage… Sorbitol can also aggravate irritable bowel syndrome and fructose malabsorption.
Wikipedia.com - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sorbitol

EDF Suspected - gastrointestinal or liver toxicant. Less hazardous than most chemicals in 1 ranking system.  


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