Overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestine can essentially “crowd-out” normal digestive processes at the intestinal surface leading to carbohydrate and protein malabsorption. Find out who is at risk of SIBO, how to test for it, and what to do to treat it.Read More
With a weakened immune system, the uphill battle to improve from ME/CFS can be insurmountable if your everyday environment is against you. One such obstacle may be mold. Find out how to determine if mold is a problem for you...Read More
Excessive lab testing is one of the leading expenses in healthcare for CFS despite the lack of a definitive diagnostic marker. When assessing a complex illness like CFS, laboratory evaluations may be informative but are seldom definitive. Find a better way in my new guide book.Read More
Lithium plays a key role in several biochemical mechanisms pertinent to chronic illnesses such as fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. Microdoses are neuroprotective, support methylation, and more.Read More
Biohacking played a key role in my CFS recovery and I continue to find new ways to optimize my health so that I can prevent relapse.
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A recent study looked at gluten-free diets for fibromyalgia patients. The results? Over half of the patients improved and some entered complete remission!Read More
The results from a 23andMe genetic test revealed some clues to my biochemistry. With this new data what changes did I make to my own treatment protocol?Read More