Sorry for replying to your post rather late Cinders,
I have enrolled in this breathing clinic which I am confident will help. My goal for this year is to lower my fatigue.
And thank you for posting this article. I am going to cut out sugar entirely first.
Lately I have been reminded that sugar isn't a "wholefood" and should be avoided plus recently reading Dr Corthal's work she claims that sugar should be avoided too. Her study on MS being a metabolic disease really interests me, George posted a link on Dr Corthal a while ago. http://www.overcomingmultiplesclerosis. ... t+disease/
. Personally I have always doubted that my body metabolises food very efficiently. When I was 18 I developed kidney stones. Uric acid stones form due to a metabolic problem so this urged me to see a Naturopath. She said that my body does not absorb nutrients from the food that I eat very well at all. Despite what I would consider being brought up on a healthy, mediterranean diet I was however, brought up as a meat eater with Olive oil present at all 3 meals. I always wondered what that white creamy stuff on my friends sandwhiches or vegetables was!! I never experienced one fat day in my life ( not underweight by any means but well within normal limits for age/weight ). I feel that I seem to have had problems with digestion as long as I can remember. Anyway back to the fatigue, I will see if ceasing consumption of refined sugar COMPLETELY makes a difference, combined with breathing retraining. Despite the outcome I know that my sweet tooth has to go for GOOD!!
Thanks for your time again....
Love and light