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With these results, what would YOU do?

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by burgeo10, Jan 13, 2015.

  1. burgeo10

    burgeo10

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    Hi guys,

    Have posted a few times but just wanted some advice on my testing. I believe that my cfs stems from an issue with liver detoxification, and perhaps damage to mitochondria from alocohol? if thats possible im not sure... I tried freddds protocol and made myself a lot worse and tried potassium to see if it caused loss of energy but to no avail. Im really at a loss as what to do. The only things that help a little are coq10, and l-carnitine fumarate- which when first started helped alot, but its effects are diminishing. Ive attached the various tests ive had recently. I have two main questions. 1, what do you think is wrong given test results? and 2 why did freddds protocol go so badly wrong. Otherwise all mainstream testing has showed up nothing :( My symptoms started out with bad fatigue and a bit achey, but now its simply constant fatigue.

    Huge thanks :)

    P.S

    i currently take

    1 x viridan multiphyto
    1,000mg vit C
    about 600mg magneisum (citrate and malate)
    2,400 malic acidi
    200mg coq10
    4 x fish oil from LEF
    50mg DHEAu
    5,000 iu Vit D
    1,000mg l-carn fumarate
    and i take a few scoops of immunocal daily
     

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  2. Valentijn

    Valentijn Senior Member

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    @burgeo10 - Did you supplement B vitamins at the time of the testing? Many tested high.

    Methylfolate (not folic acid) supplementation might help with some of the problems, and it looks like D3 supplementation is indicated too. And since it says you don't have any lactobacillus, there's probably probiotics which can help with that. Carnitine supplementation might be a good idea - that is one which many patients find helpful.
     
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  3. burgeo10

    burgeo10

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    Thanks @Valentijn. Thats exactly what ive been doing for the past few months but have made quite limited progress. I was supplementing B's at the time, but I was also taking 1,000mg vitamin C, so such a low result seems strange no?
     
  4. Valentijn

    Valentijn Senior Member

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    C acts as an antioxidant, so you might be using it up pretty quickly. Glutathione has a similar effect I believe.
     

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