Looking for an excuse to eat chocolate? Griffith Uni may give you one.

by Sasha Nimmo Australian researchers at Griffith University’s School of Medical Science and the National Centre for Neuroimmunology (NCNED) looked at 17 studies for evidence of diet modification and nutritional supplements helping people with ME and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). Chocolate was one food studied. “Improvements in fatigue were observed for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide hydride (NADH), probiotics, … Continue reading Looking for an excuse to eat chocolate? Griffith Uni may give you one.

Australian trial of mitochondrial treatments for chronic fatigue syndrome

by Sasha Nimmo Melbourne scientists are testing a combination of mitochondrial supplements on 8 or 9 patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (Fukuda criteria). The 20-week study for patients with Fukuda chronic fatigue syndrome is open-label, so patients are aware they are receiving the treatment and there is no placebo group.  Participants take the capsules daily, as well as medical … Continue reading Australian trial of mitochondrial treatments for chronic fatigue syndrome