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brain fog and fatigue

Posted by tk on December 07, 1998 at 16:38:09:

WALT, I HAVE BEEN DOING YOUR PROTOCAL FOR 6 MONTHS NOW WITH VERY GOOD RESULTS ( I HAD/HAVE LGS/CANDIDA, MERCURY TOXICITY ETC) MOST ALL OF MY SYMPTOMS ARE GONE EXCEPT FOR BRAIN FOG AND FATIGUE THAT SETS IN EVERYDAY USUALLY ABOUT 9 30 AM ( 2 HOURS AFTER BREAKFAST AND LASTS TILL ABOUT 12 NOON THEN TYPICALLY WHEN I EAT LUNCH I FEEL SOMEWHAT BETTER AND IT COMPLETELY WEARS OFF ABOUT 3 OR 4 PM AND I FEEL GOOD THE REST OF THE NIGHT. NOTHING I DO SEEMS TO GET RID OF THIS, ANY IDEAS BESIDES YOUR USUAL TO HELP OUT IN THE SHORT TERM/ COULD IT BE A BLOOD SUGAR PROBLEM? ADRENAL? FOOD ALLERGY?


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Re: brain fog and fatigue

Posted by Walt Stoll on December 08, 1998 at 12:50:05:

In Reply to: brain fog and fatigue posted by tk on December 07, 1998 at 16:38:09:

Dear tk,

I would suggest "food allergy" that was originally caused by the LGS. Unfortunately, reversal of LGS is not enough to stop that until you have elimineated the culprit(s), totally, for about 6 months-------AFTER the lgs is gone.

You would enjoy reading the most recent edition of "Brain Allergies" by William Philpott, MD.

Bob McFerran (on this BB) would be a good way to go from here. Keep up the skilled relaxation while you are resolving this.

Let us know how you do.

Walt




Re: brain fog and fatigue

Posted by Robert McFerran on December 08, 1998 at 16:43:19:

In Reply to: brain fog and fatigue posted by tk on December 07, 1998 at 16:38:09:

TK,

I have been boring folks on this BB for some time with a protocol that I believe does a pretty good job in approximating your BEST diet.

It consists exclusively of WHOLE FOODS sans major food allergens that are appropriate for your inherited metabolism.

You know about the whole foods.

You need to run the ELIMINATION DIET detailed in the archive section in this site to determine your major food allergens.

When you arrive at the testing phase of the diet you will begin re-introducing foods that are appropriate for your inherited metabolism.

From what I can glean from your note you probably possess a Hunter-gatherer metabolism. Does a couple of cups of caffeinated coffee (without food) make you nervous, shakey or jittery? Do you have a low total cholesterol and a relatively high HDL cholesterol that puts you in the lowest of risk categories for coronary disease? Do you have a relatively low uric acid level? Can you go for a fairly long period in the morning IF you don't eat breakfast BUT once you do eat something you get hungry or fatigued within 2 hours after eating?

The various metabolic diets are also found in the archive section of this site.

Bob




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