What is the frequency method?Yes, the I thought the name "Old Mike" was familiar, but memory is not so good.
I will have to check out that site.
I am using that frequency method as a primary treatment for my Crohns, but I like to have other options as well. Doing excellent now, but the nature of the disease makes it difficult to tell how well I have it under control. I would need a site glass into my intestines.
I will say my personal experience, like the authors warning, does not point to a single pathogen causing symptoms, but several. That is how it appears with my individual case. I would guess that there may be some with one or two pathogens causing symptoms or many. MAP is surely involved with mine but not the only one.
Don't have a clue whether fungus is involved, but certainly a possibility.
I do appreciate this kind of information. It is exactly what helped me with my self treatment. I am sure others make use of it as well.
We all need all the help we can get with this nasty disease.
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And the inflammatory state changes the nitrate levels in the intestines which promotes the growth of detrimental Enterobacteriaceae (the family that includes E. Coli) and those beat out the beneficial bacterial populations.This validates much of my recent studies. Though there are many organisms causing effects. The real problem is that many different pathogens are working together in symbiosis, while many Crohn's patients have a lowered amount of beneficial symbiotes of their own....