Modelled supplements for myasthenia gravis

Conventional Beliefs

  1. Vitamin D: Adequate levels of vitamin D are essential for overall health. Some studies suggest a potential association between low vitamin D levels and autoimmune conditions. However, its direct impact on MG is not fully understood.

  2. Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oil or certain plant sources may have anti-inflammatory properties that could potentially provide general health support. While they might not directly influence MG, they might contribute to overall well-being.

  3. Vitamin B12: Vitamin B12 is important for neurological health. Adequate levels of B12 might support nerve function, but its specific impact on MG is not established.

  4. Probiotics: While research on probiotics' specific effects on MG is limited, maintaining a healthy gut microbiome might indirectly influence overall health. Some studies suggest that probiotics might have a role in modulating the immune system and inflammation, which could potentially impact autoimmune conditions like MG. However, more research is needed in this area.

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All suggestions from this page should be reviewed by your medical professionals. These are based on modelling and not clinical studies.

Based on family and lower taxonomy ranks (genus,species,strains) reported in studies, the list is here

Net Impact Modifier Citations
4 lactobacillus casei (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
2.8 lactobacillus plantarum (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
2.7 lactobacillus paracasei (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
2.6 whey   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
2.6 Curcumin   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
2.5 fructo-oligosaccharides (prebiotic)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
2.3 rosmarinus officinalis,rosemary   πŸ“š
2.2 lactobacillus reuteri (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
2.2 lactobacillus rhamnosus gg (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.7 garlic (allium sativum)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.7 bacillus subtilis (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.7 bifidobacterium longum (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.6 cinnamon (oil. spice)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.6 mutaflor escherichia coli nissle 1917 (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.6 clostridium butyricum (probiotics),Miya,Miyarisan   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.6 soy   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.6 tannic acid   πŸ“š
1.5 triphala   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.5 Vitamin B-12   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.5 Cacao   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.4 saccharomyces boulardii (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.4 tea   πŸ“š
1.3 tabebuia impetiginosa (taheebo) bark   πŸ“š
1.2 schinus molle (herb)   πŸ“š
1.2 thyme (thymol, thyme oil)   πŸ“š
1.2 selenium   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.2 Hesperidin (polyphenol)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.2 sesuvium portulacastrum herb   πŸ“š
1.2 Guaiacol (polyphenol)   πŸ“š
1.2 brown rice   πŸ“š
1.2 foeniculum vulgare,fennel   πŸ“š
1.1 melatonin supplement   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.1 vitamin B3,niacin   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.1 oregano (origanum vulgare, oil) |   πŸ“š
1.1 Arbutin (polyphenol)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.1 Vitamin B6,pyridoxine hydrochloride   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.1 luteolin (flavonoid)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.1 N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC),   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.1 diosmin,(polyphenol)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.1 retinoic acid,(Vitamin A derivative)   πŸ“š
1.1 Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.1 pediococcus acidilactic (probiotic)   πŸ“š
1 apple   πŸ“š
1 Vitamin B1,thiamine hydrochloride   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1 neem   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1 lactobacillus acidophilus (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1 chitooligosaccharides (prebiotic)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.9 fat   πŸ“š
0.9 vitamin B7, biotin   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.9 lactobacillus kefiri (NOT KEFIR)   πŸ“š
0.9 peppermint (spice, oil)   πŸ“š
0.9 mediterranean diet   πŸ“š
0.9 nigella sativa seed (black cumin)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.9 Caffeine   πŸ“š
0.9 Lactobacillus Johnsonii (probiotic)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.8 Cranberry   πŸ“š
0.8 marjoram   πŸ“š
0.8 nephelium longan,lychee fruit   πŸ“š
0.8 lactobacillus gasseri (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.8 lactobacillus plantarum,xylooligosaccharides,(prebiotic) (probiotics)   πŸ“š
0.8 basil   πŸ“š
0.8 bacillus subtilis natto (probiotics)   πŸ“š
0.8 barley   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.8 anise   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.8 fraxinus angustifolia,narrow-leafed ash   πŸ“š
0.8 green tea   πŸ“š
0.7 high resistant starch   πŸ“š
0.7 carum carvi, Caraway   πŸ“š
0.7 almonds/ almond skins   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.7 abies alba mill, silver fir   πŸ“š
0.7 lauric acid(fatty acid in coconut oil,in palm kernel oil,)   πŸ“š
0.7 satureia montana(Winter savory)   πŸ“š
0.7 paenibacillus polymyxa (prescript assist) (probiotics)   πŸ“š
0.7 palm kernel meal   πŸ“š
0.7 lactobacillus paracasei,lactobacillus acidophilus,bifidobacterium animalis (probiotics)   πŸ“š
0.7 bifidobacterium longum,lactobacillus helveticus (probiotics)   πŸ“š
0.7 sorghum   πŸ“š
0.7 laser trilobum l.,kefe cumin   πŸ“š
0.7 chondrus crispus,red sea weed   πŸ“š
0.7 sarcodiotheca gaudichaudii (red sea weed)   πŸ“š
0.7 whole-grain wheat   πŸ“š
0.7 enterococcus faecium (probiotic)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.7 bifidobacterium lactis,streptococcus thermophilus probiotic   πŸ“š
0.7 bifidobacterium (probiotics)   πŸ“š
0.7 tomato powder   πŸ“š
0.7 trametes versicolor(Turkey tail mushroom)   πŸ“š
0.7 zinc   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.7 blackcurrant   πŸ“š
0.6 galacto-oligosaccharides (prebiotic)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.6 buckwheat   πŸ“š
0.6 syzygium aromaticum (clove)   πŸ“š
0.6 red chiles (Capsicum)   πŸ“š
0.6 rosa canina   πŸ“š
0.6 low-fat diets   πŸ“š
0.6 rye   πŸ“š
0.6 Alpha-Ketoglutarate   πŸ“š
0.6 Glucomannan   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.6 papaya   πŸ“š
0.6 lemon oil   πŸ“š
0.6 lactobacillus rhamnosus (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.6 lactobacillus helveticus,lactobacillus rhamnosus (probiotics)   πŸ“š
0.6 lactobacillus casei shirota (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.6 hypericin, St. John's Wort   πŸ“š
0.6 gluten-free diet   πŸ“š
0.6 hou-po-da-huang-tang   πŸ“š
0.5 galla chinensis (herb)   πŸ“š
0.5 Vitamin E   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.5 fish oil   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.5 cranberry bean flour   πŸ“š
0.5 dietary fiber   πŸ“š
0.5 bioflorin,enterococcus faecium sf 68,(probiotics)   πŸ“š
0.5 persimmon tannin   πŸ“š
0.5 bacillus,lactobacillus,streptococcus,saccharomyces probiotic   πŸ“š
0.5 chicken   πŸ“š
0.5 rosehip tea   πŸ“š
0.5 pomegranate blossom tea   πŸ“š
0.5 xylaria hypoxylon (fungi)   πŸ“š
0.5 vitex negundo (herb)   πŸ“š
0.5 rosa rugosa   πŸ“š
0.5 bifidobacterium lactis bb12 (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.5 kefir   πŸ“š
0.5 Human milk oligosaccharides (prebiotic, Holigos, Stachyose)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.5 tulsi   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.5 vegetable   πŸ“š
-0.5 lactobacillus salivarius (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.6 colinfant e.coli probiotics   πŸ“š
-0.6 beef   πŸ“š
-0.6 Olive Oil   πŸ“š
-0.7 low protein diet   πŸ“š
-0.7 fruit/legume fibre   πŸ“š
-0.7 lupin seeds (anaphylaxis risk, toxic if not prepared properly)   πŸ“š
-0.7 rhubarb   πŸ“š
-0.7 Pulses   πŸ“š
-0.7 barley,oat   πŸ“š
-0.7 chrysanthemum morifolium   πŸ“š
-0.8 hypocaloric hyperproteic diet   πŸ“š
-0.8 refined wheat breads   πŸ“š
-0.8 rare meat   πŸ“š
-0.8 dietary phytoestrogens (isoflavones)   πŸ“š
-0.8 pectin   πŸ“š
-0.8 slow digestible carbohydrates   πŸ“š
-0.9 xylan (prebiotic)   πŸ“š
-0.9 l-proline   πŸ“š
-0.9 bacillus coagulans (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 bifidobacterium pseudocatenulatum li09,bifidobacterium catenulatum li10 (probiotics)   πŸ“š
-1 mannooligosaccharide (prebiotic)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-1.1 Ferric citrate   πŸ“š
-1.2 symbioflor 2 e.coli probiotics   πŸ“š
-1.3 ku ding cha tea   πŸ“š
-1.4 berberine   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-1.4 carob   πŸ“š
-1.8 vitamin a   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-3.1 vegetarians   πŸ“š

All suggestions are computed solely on their predicted microbiome impact. Safety, side-effects etc must be evaluated by your medical professionals before starting. Some items suggests have significant risk of adverse consequences for some people.

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