Paleo-ketogenic Diet For Cfs – A Good Fit?
In my last few posts I looked at illnesses in the autoimmune spectrum that have started to have their microbiome studied. For each of them I used DataPunk.net to filter out good and bad things for correcting the shifts done. I then spot checked some of the things against the literature and discovered that the predictions of what could happen — frequently was found to help. The oddest one was that using diet-pop (versus regular pop) reduced the risk of Rheumatoid Arthritis was confirmed and matched the prediction that sugar substitutes helped correct/prevent this specific microbiome shift. At present I do believe that CFS is likely a mixture of different microbiome shift patterns. This comes from two things: the definition requires X of Y symptoms and symptoms are related to the microbiome shifts going thru many uBiome results — I see the commonality of low or no lactobacillus, bifidobacterium and e.coli (originally reported in 1998) but with all of the other bacteria genus being all over the place. We can shift microbiome patterns by diet. The problem is that the diet should match the microbiome shift desired. This means that any specific diet as a general recommendation to CFS Continue reading >>