Friday, January 22, 2021
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Mitochondria and Fatigue – How to Boost Mitochondria to Beat Fatigue – Part 2 w/ Dr. Sarah Myhill


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In this episode, I am speaking with Dr. Sarah Myhill—one of the top experts in the field of chronic fatigue syndrome and myalgic encephalomyelitis, as well as the author of several books such as, The Diagnosis and Treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Myalgic Encephalitis. We will talk about the real causes of chronic fatigue syndrome and how to avoid, counter, and reverse them.

In this podcast, Dr. Sarah Myhill will cover:
What’s really causing your chronic fatigue and the number 1 driver of disease.
The critical role mitochondria play in fatigue/energy levels.
Top keto diet questions answered! Is it really how our ancestors ate? Is it the key to reversing disease?
Hyper-individualized treatment plans. Do you need one, or can you just adopt basic lifestyle habits?
The one thing you need the most to overcome fatigue.
A guide to probiotics. They all affect your health differently!
Why dealing with emotional stress can reduce your fatigue. How to treat the “emotional hole.”

Mitochondria and Fatigue – How to Boost Mitochondria to Beat Fatigue – Part 2 with – Show Notes
What causes chronic fatigue syndrome (1:38)
How the keto diet affects performance (7:38)
Alternative diets for improving health and reversing disease (23:52)
Stages and severity of chronic fatigue (26:56)
The effectiveness of probiotic supplementation (35:33)
The effectiveness of vitamin C (39:45)
Robert Naviaux’s Cell Danger Response (41:00)
The importance of melatonin and sleep (44:38)
Dealing with the many layers of chronic fatigue (52:12)
How universal basics are more beneficial than individually-personalized therapies (58:22)


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25 thoughts on “Mitochondria and Fatigue – How to Boost Mitochondria to Beat Fatigue – Part 2 w/ Dr. Sarah Myhill
  1. Dr Myhill's book on ME is the bomb. I read it 2 years ago but was too sick to mine its depths. I reread it from cover to cover last week after a lot of experience with keto and IF under my belt, and I realise again that this book is so comprehensive. It goes into the nitty-gritty of the biochemistry of what is happening and really provides a solid foundation for recovery. Dr Myhill is one of those special people who are more passionate about people than profit. I was astonished that she puts all her hard work online for the public to enjoy for free. I'd love to meet her one day to give her a big hug!

  2. As discussed- Dr Sinatra's awesome 4 some plus 1:
    CoQ10 ubiquinol, D ribose, magnesium malate, niacinamide (niacin), plus acetyl l-carnitine.
    Nattokinase. Serrapeptase.
    Unrefined coconut oil.
    Vitamin D3 plus vitamin K2mk7
    NAC n acetyl cysteine
    R version of lipoic acid
    Various high quality digestive enzymes altrrmatomg
    Eliminating inflammation. Referral to a dentist for proper elimination of dental infections
    Phospholipid therapy, lecithin.
    Melatonin, Tryptophan, SAMe,
    Chamomille tea

  3. Omg awesome!! I have this issue and leaky gut syndrome, parasites, bacterial overgrowths… I also had glandular fever which I believe contributed to the fatigue. But at the same time I don’t get sunrise or sunset or enough day light!!!

    Can’t wait to dive into this conversation 🙏

  4. Two stocks in the field of mitochondria dysfunction are:
    Stealth Therapeutics (Mito)
    Cohbar (cwbr).
    I think we can learn from them and combine nutrition with their insight.
    Good interview!

  5. You can eat beans , veggie and fruits and still in keto just by daily fasting
    When you are metabolically flexible you don’t need high amount of fat as you eat your own fat
    I daily fast I am not hungry it’s just new living habits
    Arri it will be interesting to discuss more deeply about these beneficial low fat high carb vegan studies we will love to know the studies context and how it was done
    Will be interesting to discuss them with pro keto researchers

  6. The ketogenic diet is what triggered the severe hormonal imbalance that caused or triggered rather, my ME. My thyroid has been tested numerous times. What do ppl do who cant go keto? Should we carb cycle?

  7. A great video again with Dr myhill.. It was interesting to see the difference in your interview technique. It was challenging her more (playing devil's advocate).. I liked the series of questions at the end to get the golden nuggets as it's a long video, so good to summarise quickly. Thanks again

  8. So close yet so far. The answer is in high quality plants. Low quality plants from the store won't do it.
    THE GOAL IS HIGH MINERALIZED PLANTS WITH HIGH PLANT PROTEIN. Plant protein is the holy grail, not ketones.
    How do you get high mineralized, high protein plants? You have to grow OPEN POLLINATED, HEIRLOOM (no hybrids) varieties in ORGANIC HIGH CARBON SOILS. This is achieved with composting and deep mulching, and a soil mineralization program. If you follow this program your plants will be high protein and high mineral.
    Study Paul Gautschi, Dan Kittredge, John Kempf, Gabe Brown, Christine Jones, Hugh Lovell, Jo Robinson.
    To learn about minerals look at Carolyn Dean and Morley Robbins. Minerals are the foundation of life, any mineral deficiency at all results in disease.
    High mineral high protein plants grown in high carbon high mineral soils. It's the only way out.

  9. no diet is going to be completely perfect, what it comes down to is which one is the least harmful diet and THE MOST IMPORTANT FACT IS THAT WE ARE SO INSULIN RESISTANT AS A SPECIES NOW that ketogenic diet is the only way to go for some of us. our tribal carb-eating ancestors that you’re raving about didn’t test positive in 98% of their population for insulin resistance, which is at the heart of most disease

  10. when exactly were our ancestors eating burger king since they were 3 years old???? changing them epigenetically? it’s completely IRRELEVANT TO COMPARE US TO PEIPLE WHO LIVED 2000 years ago

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