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Spoonie Radio Ep 16: Ken Lassesen

In the long awaited Ep 16, Ken and I take a deep dive into microbiome shifts as primary contributors to the myriad symptoms of CFS and similar conditions. He walks us through how using an AI-tool allows for a deeper understanding of our microbiome, symptoms, & effectiveness of treatments.

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podcastDr. Craigmicrobiome, podcast
Spoonie Radio Ep 15: Jarred Younger, PhD

In Ep 15, Dr. Younger talks inflammation as it relates to the symptoms of ME/CFS and fibromyalgia. He talks about his research findings, treatment options, testing, and more

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podcastDr. Craig
Spoonie Radio Ep 14: Dr. Jonathan Kerr

In Ep 14, Dr. Kerr describes his recent mitochondrial findings in functional diseases, ways to protect mitochondria, what ME/CFS patients can learn from Weston Price, and the complex pathogenesis of the illness

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Spoonie Radio Ep 13: Joshua Grant of MENDUS

In Episode 13 I talk to Joshua Grant, founder of MENDUS--an online research lab dedicated to patient's exploration of their own health. Inspired by the quantified self-movement, Josh aims to garner ME/CFS research interest and help patient's self-experiment with this innovative project.

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podcastDr. CraigMENDUS, QS, podcast
Spoonie Radio Ep 12: Dan Neuffer

Dan describes his ME/CFS journey, how to reset HPA axis dysfunction, the wonders of neuroplasticity, and more...

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Spoonie Radio Ep 11: Toni Bernhard

In Ep 11 Toni Bernard talks how to be sick and how to live well with chronic illness. We talk fear and suffering, and how her new book will address the many challenges the chronically ill face every day...


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Spoonie Radio Ep 10: Dr. Lucinda Bateman

Dr. Bateman and I talk patient autonomy and 5 clinical pearls from years in practice: pacing, emotional resilience, sleep, pain, & treating comorbid conditions

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Spoonie Radio Ep 09: Suzanne Vernon

Suzanne talks the ME/CFS Biobank, future research, the IOM Report, and more...

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Spoonie Radio Ep 08: Judy Mikovits Part II

In Part II, Judy and I talk moving forward after XMRV, repurposing drugs, taking a multidisciplinary approach, and how the ME/CFS community can make strides

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