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  1. Clarisse
    Clarisse January 21, 2016 at 6:07 pm | | Reply

    this is truly amazing! Could you send me a link to the genetic testing that you do? My son Has been wait listed for 5yrs!! Up here in Canada to be tested. I believe a lot of his issues could be explained this way. I’m so happy to hear you have more answers and that your mama instincts were dead on!! 😊

  2. Laureen
    Laureen January 21, 2016 at 7:16 pm | | Reply

    We did the Courtagen testing in 2014 for my son and he popped for 2. One came from me and one from my husband. One was an enzyme deficiency for Hunters syndrome and we had the bloodwork done for that but it was negative.

    My whole family enrolled in the genome study so we are going to get our entire genome sequenced. I am excited to get those results since we have a peek into me, my husband and son. I am really happy to get my NT daughters results so that they will know if there are any issues if they decide to have kids.

    Glad you got some answers and thank you for sharing.

  3. Christine
    Christine January 21, 2016 at 11:35 pm | | Reply

    Wonderful news! My son’s doctor wanted to do a 23 and me test, but my son doesn’t even have the ability to spit :( …. Does this test require the test subject to send in their saliva?

  4. Kelly
    Kelly January 22, 2016 at 1:12 am | | Reply

    I do not recognize the results you show for 23’&me. Did you use
    another company to process the 23&me results for you? Can you please ask your doctor
    and post a link to them, please?

    Thanks so much,
    Kelly

  5. jas
    jas January 22, 2016 at 2:46 am | | Reply

    That is amazing Kim, I know you are a great mum and love to help people I already done 23&Me and waiting for Dr.Catazaro appointment.

  6. Nina
    Nina January 22, 2016 at 2:48 am | | Reply

    This is amazing. But does this mean that there are SNPs in Courtagen that are not in 22andMe? There are 700,000 SNPs in the 23andMe test. It might be worth checking first to save money for some of us. Can you share which SNPs Courtagen is testing?

  7. Frank
    Frank January 22, 2016 at 5:03 am | | Reply

    I got word about this blog post and wanted to share this here for parents.
    It looks like if you have run the 23andMe test, these Genes will be in your raw data. Follow these links.

    ACADS Gene: https://livewello.com/library/acads-acyl-coa-dehydrogenase-short-chain-deficiency-of-acadsd-7634?id=3564048

    SLC25A10 Gene: https://livewello.com/library/slc25a10-gene-1880?id=3564048

    Click ‘install’ and ‘view report’ to see your results.

  8. edith
    edith January 22, 2016 at 10:29 am | | Reply

    I have 23@me done for my boy. Should I run Courtagen and make an appointment with Dr. C.? Or rather he will advice Courtagen as an additional test if he wants more info?
    Thank you!

  9. Rupa
    Rupa January 23, 2016 at 7:00 am | | Reply

    What is the brand of glucose meter? It’s a breath test? Where do you buy it?

  10. Kris
    Kris February 2, 2016 at 1:15 pm | | Reply

    Great article! Thanks for posting!

  11. Joanne
    Joanne February 3, 2016 at 3:48 pm | | Reply

    Great news! I’ve always believed the spike in autism diagnosis is due to health/medical issues. I’m going to try that genetic testing with Health Coach 7 for my son. We did 23 and Me a year ago. Happy for you that you’re getting the right answers to help your son!!

  12. Charlene Fields
    Charlene Fields February 3, 2016 at 4:56 pm | | Reply

    Does Dr. Catanzaro meet via Skype or telephone? From the responses I am seeing, he seems to be a doctor that doesn’t necessarily have to be in your City/State. Can the Courtagen test be used for kids diagnosed with ADD?

  13. Jennifer
    Jennifer February 10, 2016 at 2:16 pm | | Reply

    Hi. I am looking at the courtagen website. my son had the 23 and me but i never got real good explanation of it. I would like to get the courtagen testing, but I would like to know which one you ordered? My son has suspected autism, but i’m not so sure, i feel he would benefit from the autism genetic testing as well as the mitochondrial testing. I’m guessing you have to specify which one you want or do they run them all? I see that your doctor has to order this test, is that right? would catanzaro’s group go over the results and maybe go over the 23 and me too? do you know?

    thanks,
    Jen

  14. Dee
    Dee February 13, 2016 at 10:58 am | | Reply

    Anyone with a child on the spectrum should read the book “Healing the Symptoms of Autism”, by Kerri Rivera. Just read it. It’s a safe anti-parasitical protocol that has reversed Autism in over 200 kids so far, and hundreds, pehaps thousands more are halfway there. Pathogens and parasites are flooding the children’s systems with morphine and acetylaldehyde, and other metabolic toxins too numerous to mention here. Don’t assume you or your children can’t have parasites, because you have had a negative stool test. They are extremely inaccurate, and have many false negatives. Just assume you have them and go from there. Don’t assume that you are clean, and your food is clean, so you can’t have parasites, they are microscopic, and yes, you can have them. Don’t assume very young children can’t have them, babies of a few months old can easily have them. We are born with what ever parasites and pathogens our Mothers had.

  15. Tracy Showalter
    Tracy Showalter February 14, 2016 at 10:00 am | | Reply

    Hi kim, I have a 10 year old boy who has PANDAS. I am thinking of doing 23 and me, do you think I should do that as well as courtagen? He had bloodwork done and has the MTHFR gene mutation which has answered several questions but I am suspicious there is much more to the story. He is not autistic and was truly a normal functioning kid until strep 2 years ago. Now, he has all sorts of things going on, as well as some autistic like symptoms. Thanks!!

  16. Monica
    Monica February 20, 2016 at 4:16 pm | | Reply

    Hi,
    Can you please post the contact Information for Dr. Catanzaro?
    Thank You

  17. Sskl
    Sskl June 21, 2016 at 12:09 am | | Reply

    hi
    i am waiting for Genova’s Nutreval and CDSA test results and courtagen test results.
    I want to book appointment with Dr Catanzaro, should i wait until the results are out?
    How long one has to wait for his appointment , after booking ?

  18. Sskl
    Sskl June 27, 2016 at 12:48 am | | Reply

    Hi
    I have booked appointment under Dr Catanzaro.
    I am new to this app, Go To Meeting
    How does it work, Do i have to download it first in my laptop?
    How did u upload your lab data to him? can i just email the lab results to Kris Fobes?

  19. giovanna franklin
    giovanna franklin July 19, 2016 at 1:56 pm | | Reply

    Hi Kimberly, I see on the Healthcoach7 website you can only order the genetic test if you are a doctor; is there a way to access the services as a private patient? My family doctor here in the UK would not agree to anything like that…

  20. Irene
    Irene November 24, 2016 at 3:21 am | | Reply

    Hi Kimberly,

    thanks to share all your experience with everyone. I’m really happy to see you lovely son is fully recovery for autism. My little boy is just 5 and we already start his biomed since this June. I would like to try 23andme and Courtagen for him. We are in London so i don’t think we can use Health coach 7, could you please tell me how can i contact Dr. Catanzaro?
    Many thanks and have a great thanksgiving day!

  21. Irene
    Irene November 24, 2016 at 3:29 am | | Reply

    and also, which test we should do in Courtagen? thanks again!

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