My dd's CDSA results said borderline yeast. The reference range goes up to 7.0. Hers was 7.0
I did not take her off of yogurt or enzymes for 3 days prior to testing though even though the test said to do that. I figured I wanted a picture of what's happening right now, not what WAS happening before we've made this little bit of progress.
Here's what I can't figure out:
Under Analyte - Digestion/Absorption
Putrefactive SCFA's (simple chain fatty acids) she's waaaay out of reference range. Hers is 11/3 (range is from 1/3-8.6)
I don't understand this at all. I mean I know what putrefactive means and I know scfa's are related to the digestion of protein but that's it. The test results do not explain anything but they do give lists of anitbiotics that can be considered "helpful or not to much."
She has lots of e.coli bacteria (under beneficial bacteria) so that's good - has enough bifidobacerium but NO
lactobacillus species AT ALL
. What do I do about that? Shouldn't the 24 hour yogurt be giving her this too?????
I'm so confused.
Jane, want some practice interpreting dd's results so you'll be an expert at ds's when his come back?
I actually found out about a naturopath in this area I didn't know about before and am going to call tomorrow to see if he'll see dd and perhaps help me interpret. Don't know if he sees kids though. It's slim pickin's in my area.
Oh and no for the yeast. Well, actually borderline as a "Potential Pathogen" so I'm guessing that means we've gotten it under control somewhat.