When looking at a comprehensive digestive stool analysis, there’s a marker called an SIGA mark or secretory IgA. On a Great Plains Lab it is going to be the bottom marker on page 2 generally. In many kids secretory IgA comes up low and is indicative of the condition of the mucosal immune system.
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Secretory IgA is a secreted form of an antibody called IgA that’s created in the blood. Once IgA is generated it is taken into the gut and then secreted out across the mucosal lining into our digestive tract. Low SIGA can indicate a general lack of the immune chemical in the gut. However, just looking at a 1 time SIGA mark on a stool test can be complicated because there may be many factors that contribute to a very low level.
But a kid with many food sensitivities and problems with bacteria and yeast overgrowth does have a tendency to run low on secretory IgA. We often feel that our digestive system is distinct from the rest of our body but the truth is it’s a tube which runs right through the middle of our body. The lining of the mucosal barrier is encased within this secretory IgA compound to help protect it from pathogens such as viruses, bacteria and yeast in addition to a control mechanism for the remainder of our immune system.
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The mucosal barrier constitutes, along with the surface lining of the digestive tract, our mouth, throat, and intestines all of the way to our anus. And can also be secreted in our nasal cavity, eyes, upper regions of the lungs, the urethra of women and men in addition to women’s vaginas. The outside areas are bathed in secretory IgA. Several things can help increase SIGA. Colostrom is the premilk produced in the early stages of breastfeeding which contains immunoglobulins.
Colostrum has many antibodies and may stimulate secretory IgA levels to grow. Probiotics also help increase the levels. Probiotics are the great, healthy bacteria that we need in our intestine like acidophilus and bifidobacter. Cayenne can also help stimulate secretory IgA levels with time, even though it can be difficult for kids to take. If you child can swallow capsules then you may try out the capsule form, two to three capsules every day can help increase secretory IgA levels.
Saccharomyces boulardii also can help increase its degrees. What saccharomyces boulardii supplies is a wholesome yeast in the kind of a probiotic that may also help fight off pathogenic yeasts as well as help to stimulate secretory IgA levels. So now you know more about what a secretory IgA mark means on a stool test. This is among the first traces of immune defense in the gut and it’s the mucosal barrier and a key to the status of immune health. Autism is actually treatable! Biomedical Autism remedies and treatments have led to many, many kids improving, or even losing their autism-spectrum disease diagnosis. Dr. Kurt Woeller is an biomedical autism Intervention specialist, with a private practice in Southern California for more than ten years. He’s helped kids recover from autism, ADD, ADHD, and other disorders, and contains the information you will need to help your child.