When AIP is a crutch, not a cure

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When AIP is a Crutch, Not a Cure

Sarah and Jessica answer questions about the Cyrex Array 10 test and food interactions. Sarah shares the results of her Cyrex Array 10 test.

6 Comments

  1. shari

    Loved the podcast. I would like to be tested for coinfection. What lab do I ask my doctor for? thanks!

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    • Jessica

      Lab Corp and Quest do all the tests for co-infections. Also ImmunoSciences Lab has a great viral panel. Your doctor can order all of them.

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  2. Deborah

    I believe it was in this podcast that you mentioned that recent testing showed that you had the Epstein Barr Virus. Can you tell me a little more about this? I recently tested positive for EPV Nuclear Ab.IgG. I’m working with a Naturopath & she suggested the test. I’m 38 & have dealt with a lifetime of battling chronic fatigue. I’ve been working with Naturopaths for the last several years & feeling a lot better but still have a way to go. Would love to hear more about your experiences and what you know about EPV, or where to read more about holistic approaches.

    Thanks!

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    • Jessica

      Hi Deborah! Sarah tested positive for it. Her blog is My Mindful Table. Most of the population has IgG to EBV due to having mono at a young age. So you will see that be positive throughout life. Doctors have their own way of deciding it is reactivated. Your ND should be able to help you with that. I am going to write a post about EBV soon with more info! x-jessica

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  3. Briana McFarland

    What a wonderful podcast!!!! It was so helpful! I was in tears at the end. LOVED it. Thank you so much.

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    • Jessica

      Yay Briana!!!!! xxoo

      Reply

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