Blog entry posted by deirdre, May 1, 2012.
Doens't sound that great to me. The supplement contains B12 and carnitine, which are likely to give positive effect, together with tons of unrelated (and even known bad) vitamins and minerals. Ritalin is known bad for true ME/CFS.
I'm guessing the same positive effect could be achieved by B12 and carnitine supplementation as the supplement is a standard multivitamin except for these ingredients and an expensive price tag.
Great news Rich - just wish we had his and your understanding here in the UK. Still fighting off the middle ages and witchcraft (psyche lobby).
According to Dr. Kaiser, the rationale for this combination is By pharmacologically boosting central nervous system signaling from the brain, plus concurrently enhancing mitochondrial energy production with potent micronutrients, it is possible to initiate a reintegration of the neuro-endocrine-immune axis, providing CFS patients with an improved quality of life and the potential for complete cure.
This is great news! Thanks for sharing Rich.
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