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Creatine for ME/CFS & Fibromyalgia

Creatine supplementation isn't just for athletes. New research illustrates the many other properties of creatine, suggesting supplementation may be beneficial in ME/CFS, depression, and fibromyalgia.

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Candida Got Your Tongue?

Gut health and dysbiosis talk are currently all the rage but remember that the gastrointestinal tract begins in the mouth. For years I was plagued with poor dental health. All I needed was a new toothpaste.

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Curcumin to Reduce Fatigue and Inflammation

Curcumin has a long history of use in Ayruvedic medicine for maintaining a healthy inflammatory response. Regular curcumin supplementation relieves brain fog, pain, allodynia, and fatigue.

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Product Spotlight: GlyMag-Z for Sleep

Research suggests glycine promotes healthy sleep quality and supports the area in the brain responsible for circadian rhythm. It may also play a role in reducing excitotoxicity that can lead to widespread pain.

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Arthroben: A medical food for chronic pain & Fibromyalgia

Traditional pain relievers for fibromyalgia carry heavy side effects and are often ineffective. A novel medical food called Arthroben may offer a safer solution to peripheral pain in fibromyalgia and arthritic conditions. 

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Getting to Know Bacteriophages

Don’t be alarmed. These frightening looking organisms make up your gut virome and are consumed on a daily basis. Could they hold the key to antibiotic resistance and the chronic gut infections that plague CFS and Fibromyalgia sufferers?

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Natural Chelation: Metal-X Synergy

Tried a “detox” program? Juice diet? Cleanses? Look at quick-fix detox programs with skepticism. Instead consider an evidenced-based approach to detoxification.

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Activated Charcoal For Gut disorders

Activated Charcoal

Used for centuries in Chinese Medicine and Ayurvedic Medicine, charcoal may be the world’s oldest detoxifying remedy. Effectively reduces gas, bloating, and diarrhea.

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Get to the Root Cause of Fibromyalgia

A bold new study examined the effectiveness of herbal therapy versus antibiotic therapy for the treatment of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. They found herbal therapy was safer and more effective than antibiotic therapy.

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