Why have we conducted research in this area when the measure has been imprecise?
The merits of this approach have, in the past, yielded encouraging results in patient outcomes.
There has always been an understanding that improvements were possible through better validation of the science. The research that AAL has been involved in has provided the insights into:
– the understanding of associated physiologies,
-improved understanding of the underlying causes
-how this improves the reliability of patient outcomes
Hence those patients who have sustained stress have responded to the nutrient treatment program, often with excellent results, particularly when the cause of the stress has been identified and managed.
However, those whose measure is urobilinogen, or other measures, are possibly the people who have not responded.
Continuing to treat someone for a “diagnosis “of high urinary pyrroles instead of the correct cause is a disservice to the patient and may be life threatening