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How Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Affects Your Metabolism

Friday 2 September 2016

 

From Pacific Standard:

 

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How Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Affects Your Metabolism

A new study links the disease to depressed levels of metabolites, the waste products of ordinary cell function.

By Nathan Collins
August 31, 2016

There are somewhere around one or two million Americans with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), a disease that often leaves sufferers barely able to move or think. But after decades in the dark, researchers have finally taken a step toward better understanding CFS: Among other things, the disease is correlated with a substantial decline in metabolites, the waste products our cells produce as part of their normal function.

 

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