In the beginning of sorting out my illness, I had a stool analysis done at Great Smokies (1998). I recently got a hold of the results from my Dr, who at the time said that it was normal. Well it wasnít normal. I had a low feacal S-IgA, low Ph, Citrobacter Freundii, Trichosporon, slight dysbiosis and mucous.
I know the low S-IgA means that my gut immunity is bad. But how does this happen? Is this because of poor diet, Antibiotics or a parasite/bacterial infection?
The other question is if you have a low faecal Ph in your bowel how do you increase that without making your blood acidic? Are the beneficial flora responsible for keeping it acidic?