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10 Nutrient Deficiencies Reported In Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Thursday 18 April 2019


From ProHealth:



10 Nutrient Deficiencies Reported In Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

By Karen Lee Richards
April 14, 2019
Copyright © 2019 ProHealth, Inc. All rights reserved.

Because the FDA has not yet approved a drug to treat ME/CFS, current chronic fatigue syndrome treatments focus primarily on managing symptoms. Protocols used may include pharmaceuticals (prescribed off-label), nutritional supplements, a variety of complementary therapies and various coping techniques.

A review in the January 2019 issue of the Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy journal looked into the role nutrition and nutritional deficits play in the pathogenesis of chronic fatigue syndrome. A team of international researchers analyzed 27 studies related to nutritional interventions for ME/CFS. The authors noted 10 specific nutritional deficiencies that “appear to be important in the severity and exacerbation of CFS symptoms.”


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