Recode 2.0 advanced cognitive testing with 120 minute Zoom consult
This package includes the following 4 advanced tests and 120 minutes of Zoom consultation time with Dr Gupta:
1. Mycotoxin profile: investigates mold toxicity
2. GI-MAP: investigates the gut-brain connection (zonulin is NOT included)
3. Organic acids test: investigates the capability of your liver and detox pathways
4. Hair metals test: investigates heavy metal toxicity
Optional add-ons: Tox profile with 173 chemical markers (dementogens) and Glyphosate (aka Roundup)
This package is NOT a replacement for the standard Recode test panel and a Recode report. Instead, this is a complement/addition to the Recode report if you wish to dive deeper into your cognitive issues.
Este paquete NO reemplaza el panel de prueba estándar de Recode y un informe de Recode. En cambio, este es un complemento / adición al informe Recode si desea profundizar en sus problemas cognitivos.
If you wish to purchase Recode Lifeseasons supplements, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Type 1 is associated with inflammatory markers such as hs-CRP, and the inflammation may be due to infections (often unrecognized), leaky gut, suboptimal diet, or other factors.
Type 1.5 has features of both type 1 (inflammatory) and type 2 (atrophic). In this type, chronically high glucose levels damage multiple proteins, cells, and tissues, leading to inflammation and auto-antibodies, thus increasing risk for type 1.
Type 2, atrophic Alzheimer’s, is associated with reduction (especially rapid reduction) in trophic support such as vitamin D, thyroid hormone, vitamin B12, estradiol, testosterone, insulin, and neurotrophins.
Type 3 is quite different from types 1, 1.5, and 2, and often presents with features other than (or in addition to) memory loss, such as depression, problems calculating, organizing, following instructions, or finding words. Type 3 is associated with exposure to toxins (“dementogens”) such as mercury, high copper levels, anesthetics, mycotoxins (toxins produced by molds), or tick-related toxins (e.g., from Lyme disease). Risk for type 3 is increased by a poor
detoxification system (e.g., due to reduced function of liver or kidneys), constipation, air pollution, exposure to smoke, repeated exposure to fish with high mercury levels, toxins from specific molds (Stachybotrys, Penicillium, Aspergillus, Chaetomium, and Wallemia), pesticides, herbicides (such as weed killer), and other toxic exposures.
In type 4, chronic vascular disease (which may be associated with high homocysteine or vascular amyloid or an abnormal lipid profile
or breach of the blood-brain barrier, among other contributors) is associated with the development of Alzheimer’s disease.
Type 5: When the brain is traumatized, for example due to an auto accident, the amyloid associated with Alzheimer’s disease is produced as a response. Trauma is thus a risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease.