Tag Archives: leaky gut

Video Blog: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: muscle pain – psychology and physiology

Welcome to this week’s video blog.  This week we have the second of our videos in our groundbreaking new series looking at the different symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome and ME from the perspectives of both the psychology and nutrition team.  For this video Anna (Director of Psychology) and Tanya (Director of Nutrition) are looking […]

Video Blog: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome CFS – Leaky Gut

Welcome to this week’s video blog. Our main video this week is with Sanna Anderson from out nutrition team talking about the role of Leaky Guy in CFS, ME and Fibromyalgia. For a subgroup of patients with CFS, this explains not only many of the digestive problems they can experience, but also can be the […]

Eczema and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Eczema and chronic fatigue syndrome are both categorized as inflammatory diseases that can be caused or irritated by allergic reactions to food and stress. Eczema’s symptoms are dry itchy patches of skin, swollen tissue and sometimes bleeding open wounds. Stress and exhaustion can cause the symptoms of eczema and chronic muscle fatigue to worsen. Certain […]

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Leaky Gut

Chronic fatigue syndrome patients experience a condition commonly called leaky gut. The technical term for this is intestinal hyper permeability, which means the intestines have lost the ability to prevent food particles and toxins from entering the blood stream. This leaking of nutrients and particles into the bloodstream stimulates the immune system to take a […]