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Thryve's Published White Paper Study
We recently published a white paper with (n=99) patients who have gone on our program and accomplished 2 things:
Improvement in self-reported symptoms in areas like digestion, immunity, weight, and mental health
Improvement in their microbiome makeup with increase in probiotics, decrease in pathogenic bacteria, and moderate change in diversity (ie: from an unhealthy to healthier state)
Thryve's Proprietary Public Research Algorithm
Our recommendations also use data that utilizes every single microbiome research article (~50,000) and we grade each recommendation with our research confidence algorithm.
More specifically, every single one of our recommendations come with a grading scale to determine how strong the science is for a certain recommendation.
The different areas we are review are: in vivo, in vitro, human samples, duration of study, and double-blind placebo. Based on our analysis, we will give a recommendation the following grades:
•Strong - There are vast amount of human studies and double-blind placebo
•Medium - There are moderate amount of human studies and double-blind placebo
•Emerging - The data looks promising but studies are too recent and limited.
•Mixed - There are conflicting research on this recommendation. Take it with a grain of salt.