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Lactate: It's Not What You Think

Lactate has always been thought of as a waste product. So when it comes up again & again in ME/CFS research what are we to make of it? Lactate is a lot more important than you think.

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5 Ways Viruses Declare War on Your Mitochondria

Many common viruses rely on hijacking your cell’s mitochondria in order to replicate and thrive. With exquisite execution, viruses have developed tactics akin to a well-planned siege. Espionage, blitzkrieg, intracellular mutiny…viruses are often victorious, causing long term problems for the host.

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A Keto Diet for ME/CFS & Fibro

Have you heard about a ketogenic diet? This is a diet those in the ME/CFS and Fibro community might want to get to know...mitochondrial, immune cell, and brain effects explained

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Spoonie Radio Ep 07: Judy Mikovits Part I

Dr. Judy Mikovits talks about her new book Plague, the discovery of gamma retroviruses in ME/CFS, smarter vaccination, scientific censorship, and more...

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A Primer on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

A CFS primer originally written for the readers at GreenMedInfo, I give a thorough synopsis of recent research…

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Leveraging Leptin

A new ME/CFS study has put the hormone leptin in the spotlight. With it comes new insights and questions. Find out what it is, how it contributes to symptoms, and how it can be modulated.

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TdCS for Fibromyalgia

Transcranial direct current stimulation (TdCS) studies have shown improvements in pain for fibromyalgia patients. The weak electrical currents may also safely improve sleep, cognition, anxiety, and more…

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Medication-Induced Mitochondrial Damage

An oft forgotten cause of mitochondrial dysfunction is medication usage. Mitochondrial toxicity testing is NOT required by the FDA. What's in your medicine cabinet? 

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Beyond the Mitochondria: Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress

Why do some experience no relief with mitochondrial nutrients? Could it be because mitochondrial damage is NOT the prime driver, but a consequence of something else? Enter the Endoplasmic Reticulum…

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