Great news, drkris! Fisetin is pretty amazing.drkris69 wrote: ↑Fri Jan 14, 2022 11:30 amYou know the Fisetin protocol improved my UC. Ive been in remission since August. In fact, right after the 1st month of doing the protocol is when I noticed considerable less inflammation in my gut and my UC symptoms started to subside. I used to have to take a very expensive medication called Canasa for UC and now Im off and have been for months now.
I will give the win to you Jocko (lol )
as our CRP pathology measuring system over here will only quantify my results as less than <1....I will never know if I’m down near your very low (.2)
When I sit at the coffee shop and watch the people around my age going past, some hobbling, some pushing walkers I sometimes have to wonder what could be achieved if they had a bit of direction with their ageing battles and associated health... :roll:
I’m not sure but I will check it out. Most of our bloodwork is free if requested by a Health Professional by way of our health system.
Inside Tracker would be more specific in targeting overall results...
There are 55 servings of Alive by Science Fisetin per bottle. A serving is 2 pumps, so there are 110 pumps per bottle total.
2 pumps of Fisetin = 75mg
The Mayo Clinic human trial for fisetin - protocol they used over 5 months as follows
3 days on fisetin, 1 month rest, repeat over 5 months total.
The following is calculated for a 190 lb person.
24 pumps per day = 900mg liposomal fisetin per day
3 days on fisetin each month x 5 months = 15 days on fisetin total
@24 pumps per day times 15 days = 360 pumps = 3 1/4 bottles of fisetin
You'll need 4 bottles of fisetin to replicate the latest Mayo Clinic fisetin protocol