It remains classified as a medical trial on Phoenix Rising so I can not do that. I am allowed to say how I am responding to it but not what it is.
You listed cauliflower and potatoes. Did you not also have troubles with other foods in those families?
On my last shopping trip, I was lamenting how limited my food choices were. I've had to avoid all too many food categories or families. So sad.
C60 (buckminsterfullerene) is a molecule comprising 60 carbon atoms that are arranged into a spherical shape. C60 targets the mitochondria where it acts as a non-perishable resuable antioxidant. 1
• ME/CFS patient — with moderate ME/CFS makes at least a 1-level gain and goes back to work as a result of taking a C60 supplement.
Yes. Agree 100%. However, there are several anecdotes of it having good success, at least short term.There's a lot of history (and not some little drama) you can read over on longecity with regard to C60, but this should suffice: https://www.longecity.org/forum/top...renes-in-olive-oil-to-extend-life-in-rodents/
Cliffs: It remains an intriguing substance in theory but the reality is that the Baati study has not been replicated, and worse, all the stuff on the market has not been prepared so as to avoid adulteration with light, and as such may be carcinogenic (as shown in rodents).
Thx, do you know if anyone has tried this before in the forums? Or am I gonna be the first cfs person to try it?