Methyl Cycle NutriGenomics - Heartfixer

Intestinal microbes generate ammonia. Gastroenterologists use antibiotic therapy (Rifaxamin, a poorly absorbed antibiotic that does not enter the circulation) to sterilize the gut, thus blunting ammonia production. While we may recommend antimicrobial therapy if bacterial overgrowth is demonstrated on a CDSA or SIBO study, a basic approach will be to take a probiotic 2-3 times a day to promote a balanced intestinal flora (not a bad idea for all of us to deal with the effects of antibiotics found in grocery store meats).

(Type genus of the suborder ¤ Corynebacterineae Stackebrandt et al

Intestinal microbes generate ammonia. Gastroenterologists use antibiotic therapy (Rifaxamin, a poorly absorbed antibiotic that does not enter the circulation) to sterilize the gut, thus blunting ammonia production. While we may recommend antimicrobial therapy if bacterial overgrowth is demonstrated on a CDSA (Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis), a basic approach will be to take a probiotic 2-3 times a day to promote a balanced intestinal flora (not a bad idea for all of us to deal with the effects of antibiotics found in grocery store meats).


Ammonia Synthesis Flowsheet - Operator training

Apparatus for synthesizing ammonia from an ammonia feed gas passing to an ammonia synthesis converter from a horizontally disposed heat exchanger

Intestinal microbes generate ammonia. Gastroenterologists use antibiotic therapy (Rifaxamin, a poorly absorbed antibiotic that does not enter the circulation) to sterilize the gut, thus blunting ammonia production. While we may recommend antimicrobial therapy to address bacterial overgrowth demonstrated on a CDSA (Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis), our approach will be to take a probiotic 2-3 times a day to promote a balanced intestinal flora (not a bad idea for all of us to deal with the effects of antibiotics found in grocery store meats).