I have heard a few people highly recommend the stool analysis because it gives a good insight into if you have:
yeast parasites bacteria
And then gives you what they are sensitive to, to properly get rid of them.
Has anyone tried this? I heard other people say it is a waste of money seems everyone has yeast in their gut/bacteria, so it will show up on the stool test even if you don’t have a real issue, so it is a bit of a scam. Anyone have thoughts on this? I don’t want to waste my money if it isn’t going to help, but at the same time if it is i would really like to try it
I may also do Zyto testing to identify what pathogens I have and/or what anti fungals or probiotics strains I’d do the best with. I’ve been Zyto tested many times. One time I was found to need Lauricidin, and it did wonders for my mental clarity in 4-6 weeks.
I wish more people here would follow up on posts such as this and answer your questions. I suppose they are better now and too busy doing other things, and that the info is on here if you care to dig for it.
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