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sparkle7
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I'm just wondering why more doctors don't do this test. In theory, it seems like it would be very useful.

Has anyone done this test? Do the recommendations to address the various issue actually help?

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I would be interested in this as well as I am thinking of doing it.
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GiGi
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Do they have a solution to the problems they find with the test? I don't see anything except cruciferous veggies and fruits!
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sparkle7
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GiGi - I was wondering about this myself... That's why I was asking. It's about $500. I believe the Yasko type simplified protocol may address some of the findings - if you have the genetic mutation.

I know you are a big advocate of AI - & that's why (I guess) you are posting... I'm assuming that you feel it's not necessary & to just do AI instead.

I just have to say that I'm a bit skeptical of AI after that whole Bionic 880 thing. I'm not trying to be provocative - I just would like some clarity. It was stressful going through that debate...

I have read that someone who posts here often supplemented with specific vitamins due to findings from this test. I just don't know if it's worthwhile just to take a few specific vitamins & if it actually changes things.

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My test came out showing too fast phase I and poor phase II- my doctor said to take DIM or Indole 3 carbinol?

Does this help? or just add to the toxic load?

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I have just had this test and have not yet discussed it with my LLMD.

One useful thing about it is the indication it gives about classes of drugs that you may not handle properly, so that your physician can try a lower dosage or a different drug.

It was specific in my case about avoiding aspirin, for example.

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