Tag Archives: mitochondrial function

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Mitochondria in ME, CFS and Fibromylagia – CFS and ME research

Alex:  Hi, I’m Alex Howard, and I’m here with Tanya Page, one of the nutrition team at the clinic, and today we’re going to be talking about mitochondrial function and their role in M.E, Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia and really that group of illnesses.  And I think this is one of the most fascinating areas of […]

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Mitochondrial Function

Chronic fatigue underwent a second look in 2004 when Peckerman et al discovered that these patients experience lowered cardiac output than normal. What this says is that in chronic fatigue patients instead of producing 5 Litres of blood pumping through the heart per minute while standing only 3.7 Litres are produced.  This reduced output of […]