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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, It’s All in Your Gut

"Researchers at Cornell University have discovered the first biological markers for chronic fatigue in gut bacteria and inflammatory microbial agents in the blood," according to GEN News. Using only peoples stool and blood they were able to correctly diagnose 83% of patients with myalgic encephalomyeletis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS).

TAKE CONTROL: This research links an alteration in your gut microbiome, resulting in loss of bacteria and waste products from your intestines, to an increased inflammatory response in the body. Neurological changes found in individuals with ME/CFS are also linked to inflammation, possibly the result of changes in your gut. While improving the health of your intestinal walls and gut microbiome may not eliminate your symptoms, it will likely improve them. Practical changes to your nutritional plan may help heal the gaps in your intestinal membranes.
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