The power and pitfalls of omics part 2: epigenomics, transcriptomics and ME/CFS
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D lactic acidosis and me/cfs have similarities

Discussion in 'Latest ME/CFS Research' started by Zara, Jan 12, 2018.

  1. Zara

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    I know you want to delete this, but I hadn't seen it before so thank you for posting.

    Just wondering though, it looks like from this report a low-carbohydrate diet would help symptoms. I'm sure people here have tried that, just curious, if you've gone low carb --- did it help, hurt? What happened?
     
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    Low carb diet helped me, mostly my gut problems , but it didnĀ“t help me a lot regarding other ME/CFS symptoms
     
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    Hi

    I tried for one year to do gluten free and sugar free diet...not yet knowing anything about this lactic accumulation in the body and blood.
    I felt a bit more energy, less GI problems, less pain. After one year i crashed anyways. Looking back it had to do with my work. This took too much energy, after 11 years being ill and fulltime working it destroyed my health.
    Now I started with sugar free diet and less carbohydrates. But is difficult because I depend on others to cook for me. I am housebound.
     
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    @Zara (((Big HUGS)))
     
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    Thanks Runner5
     

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