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Re: Indicator of chronic fatigue syndrome found in gut bacteria
 
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Re: Indicator of chronic fatigue syndrome found in gut bacteria


I worked out the cause over 2.5 years ago! So much for the intelligence of these researchers when someone with no equipment, little background scientific knowledge could beat them by many, many years. They are not even in the right ballpark! Not even close to finding the cause. I will say that no one will find this quickly because I know exactly where it is located. Affecting multiple locations! Science and medicine does not know how the human body functions and ignores all the clues. Therefore the puzzle will continue for many years. BTW it is a bacterial infection which replaces sections of the digestive mucosa with a biofilm in order to provoke an immune response setting up a feedback loop which benefits the bacteria.

I could solve this in the space of a few months! I have had Chronic-Fatigue-Syndrome for over 30 years and the infection is incredibly advanced with my digestive system extremely permeable. Rather than being able to achieve, I have to spend my time countering all the effects of these damn bacteria. It's stalemate while attempting to find ways to destroy them without further damaging my digestive microbiome. All avenues keep being blocked, I cannot get 4 d- form amino acids to help bring down the biofilm, no company will sell them to me. Important tinctures to deactivate efflux pumps that I am being prevented from purchasing. Frustration upon frustration.

ALL autoimmune illness and not just Chronic-Fatigue-Syndrome could so easily be ended. Millions of people who are in pain could be restored so easily and humankind could being to eliminate this plague on humanity that has taken advantage of humans since early humanity. Where they are getting into the human food chain needs to be found. Their natural enemies identified, none pathogenic and then introduced to control them. Identify their quorum sensing, efflux pump mechanisms in order to make destroying them easier and less damaging on the human digestive system. Localized treatments are needed in order to limit the damage. Unfortunately I doubt that the medical profession has what it takes to do this.

The abnormal bacteria are a consequence of the illness which no one seems able to get their head around. I noticed the connection between these things, a sequence of events that allowed me to decipher the cause.

These bacteria are extremely common and I say that as a collective whole because they no only cause CFS, they are also responsible for Arthritis, Asthma, Eczema, responsible for type 1 diabetes and all other types of autoimmune illness. Is just a question of the exact location that they attack! Just a fraction of a centimetre dictates whether it is Chronic-Fatigue-Syndrome or Asthma, Arthritis etc etc. Yes CFS suffer from Joint and muscle pain but it is the location that affects the hypothalamus/pituitary and the resulting effects.

I did want to prove this but until I am back up to speed, free of the burden of time spent treating this, I can not put the time that is needed.
 

 
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