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Dr Cheney's O2 toxicity and antioxidants and dif sorts of cfs patients

Discussion in 'Other Health News and Research' started by xrayspex, Aug 13, 2010.

  1. xrayspex

    xrayspex Senior Member

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    Dr Cheney and Bell and Myhill and others talk about the mitochondrial problem etc

    A simple lay out of Cheney's ideas:

    http://www.chronicfatiguetreatments.com/forums/chronic-fatigue-syndrome-f1/topic827.html

    I recall he recs caution with antioxidants for some as it may effect the oxygen problem in the wrong way for some. I think there was a big thread about antioxidants at experimetal a year or so ago that was really interesting that showed the possible downside for some cfs peeps with antioxidants.

    I feel worse usually on antioxidants like coenzyme q10 etc I want to try acacia because my friend is really losing weight on it but since its an antioxidant I figure might be bad idea in my case.
    How many of you think yr the type of cfs o2-prob sort that doesnt feel better on antioxidants and if so would you steer clear of acacia?

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