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Monday, April 5, 2010

MeBO-Biolab gut dysbiosis study : Tester 6 results

As part of MeBO Research's mission to proactively investigate systemic body odors, it was decided to do a small study looking at some markers of gut dysbiosis to see if there was any pattern, with the participants kindly paying for their own tests. So far it does look as if a sign of gut yeast infection and increased gut permeability to varying degrees are relatively common, although nothing conclusive can be said. While the study is not logistically reliable (for instance, we cannot be sure if each person has the same cause of their body odor), it is seen as a starting point in getting the community to proactively use testing to get answers.

Here are the results of tester 6.


Tester 6
Male
early 30's
Odor problem:
Systemic body odor for over 10 years. Ammonia/fecal smell
Gut problems
Bloating, Constipation, GERD/reflux/ heartburn, Stomach or lower abdominal pain. Craves carbohydrates
Other comments
It's worse when raining, with stomach pain, alcohol, less than eight hours sleep a lot worse
Trimethylaminurianot tested
Results :
Tester 6
Gut FermentationEthanol is mildly raised at 22 (under 22 is normal).
Gut permeability raised at 242 molecular weight, which is unusual
body odor leaky gut study
Indicans
D-lactate
Negative
8 (normal is below 60)

Anyone wishing to participate in the study can do so by filling out the MeBO-Biolab systemic body odor and gut dysbiosis questionaire. The cost for all tests including B2, which has been added) would be £170.

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