HOW DOES ACIDITY IMPACT CHRONIC FATIGUE?

March 1, 2010

2010/03/01 Published When we talk of someone being acidic, we are talking about have a lower than optimum ph balance of lymphatic and digestive fluids in the body. The body draws minerals from the tissue to maintain blood ph at its optimum ph of 7.35 and it will do all that it can as...

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CHRONIC FATIGUE AND SUGAR METABOLISM:

February 28, 2010

2010/02/28 Published Two consistent issues that plague patients with chronic fatigue is blood sugar regulation and inefficient or sick mitochondria. Blood sugar regulation becomes an issue with those suffering from chronic fatigue because adrenal exhaustion weakens the body’s ability to regulate blood sugar. As a result the patient becomes more hypoglycemic over time and...

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THYROID FUNCTION AND CHRONIC FATIGUE

February 27, 2010

2010/02/27 Published This article is a general guideline for those feeling chronic fatigue and not knowing whether they should look at thyroid function as a contributing cause. In the case of thyroid function we could be talking about the cart before the horse because with chronic infection or chronic stress, thyroid function can become...

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KEY ELEMENTS IN CHRONIC FATIGUE:

February 27, 2010

2010/02/27 Published In the 10+ years that Anna Manayan has been treating chronically ill patients certain common factors come into play that affect the syndrome called Chronic Fatigue. She is currently treating chronically ill patients at her clinic Immune Matrix which located in Milpitas California Please check her clinic’s website at http://www.immunematrix.com . This...

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Anna Manayan

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