Food Poisoning - FAQ - List of possible culprits
Date: 3/14/2010 12:55:33 PM ( 23 mon ) ... viewed 542 times
Unfortunately this can sometimes be completely symptomless...
List of possible culprits:
Pyogenium - Toxin of Proteus vulgaris due to improper meat storage
Salmonella_gen - intestinal inflammation, infection, and contribute to flu in children
Salmonella_typhimurium - weaponized - MRSA, gastroenteritis / food poisoning.
Listeriosis - fever, muscle aches, and sometimes gastrointestinal symptoms such as nausea or diarrhea
Balantidium Coli - infections similar to amebiasis, eats beneficial intestinal flora
Escherichia_coli - if this is an issue it would be a good idea to clear NPN-Melamine
Norovirus - viral gastroenteritis, acute nonbacterial gastroenteritis, food poisoning, food infection, stomach flu
Giardia - diarrhea, malaise, excessive gas, pale, foul smelling, greasy stools, epigastric pain, bloating, nausea
Shigellosis - Bacillary dysentery, diarrhea, fever, also causes irritability and depression
check Newport's writings on the food poisoning to see if you could run something else directly
as far as doctrine and the effectiveness, I've experienced several times situations where I thought it does not work for some reason, only to be suprised after a while that the problem was being taken care off
sometimes it just takes a while to start kicking in effectively, typically because there are other "hidden" issues that need to be dealt with first - this is entirely my own experience and I am not "preaching" this as a norm - might work differently for different people in different situations, just sharing how things work for me