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#1 Deb

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Posted 15 March 2003 - 12:52 PM

Hi Dr. McCandless,

My son consistently come back with OATs showing elevate hippuric. He's been as high as 4,300, the lowest has been 1111 (ref range 10-400). The interpretation shows that hippuric is a conjugate of glycine and benzoic acid, and is probably caused by dysbiosis. I do give my son 1000 mg glycine daily. Could the glycine be a cause of this high reading? I really don't want to stop giving it!

Thanks so much,
Debbie


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Posted 15 March 2003 - 02:26 PM

Deb: This is not too high a dose of glycine for most kids; I would suspect you have some pathogens, probably bacteria, causing this high level of hippuric. Jaquelyn
Jaquelyn McCandless, MD
Author, Children with Starving Brains




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