Chronic Fatigue Is In Your Gut, Not Your Head

Has your doctor told you that your chronic fatigue symptoms are all in your head?

Have you felt like you’ve been trudging through different treatments and remedies only to keep waking up tired every day?

Physicians have long been mystified by what they call “chronic fatigue syndrome”… the name they’ve dubbed for their patients who complain of constant debilitating fatigue that isn’t improved after rest.

I know the frustration and discouragement that you feel waking up exhausted every single day. You want answers.

While fatigue may be a normal result of a busy and/or vigorous lifestyle, chronic fatigue is something very different. Chronic fatigue is an issue that doesn’t go away after a good night’s rest. It is something that sits on top of you like a weighted blanket everywhere you go, and is usually accompanied by symptoms such as:

Loss of memory
Poor concentration
Sore throat
Enlarged lymph nodes
Unexplained muscle pain
Severe morning fatigue
Headaches
Extreme exhaustion that doesn’t subside
Insomnia
Muscle twitching
Excessive sweating
Joint pain
Long term flu-like symptoms
IBS
Poor temperature regulation

An exciting new study published in Science Daily has found a link between your GUT BACTERIA and your chronic fatigue!

Turns out – it’s NOT ALL IN YOUR HEAD.

IT’S IN YOUR GUT!

Check out the blog for all the details, plus a delicious recipe!

Cornell University, Neuroscience.com, The Washington Post, Stuff

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28 Replies to “Chronic Fatigue Is In Your Gut, Not Your Head”

  1. Hey there! I have no issues with stools & am totally regular however I do not eat the greatest all of the time so I started taking Juice Plus to get the good stuff however it has probiotics. I could not get past the cruds all day. I want good gut health however if I take pribiotics & don't always eat healthy then I am setting myself up to have way unhealthy amounts of loose stool cruds everyday? I am on a very tight budget & cannot afford a bunch of items. What is the minimum recommendation to make sure I have healthy guts. Extremly lethargic. I know it's because of what I eat. There is zero time & very little money to address this problem right now so I will focus on any baby steps that I can take right now. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  2. Thank you so much for making this video. I have been struggling with being so tired for years! I have experimented with many diets and now I am actually vegan. I have been working on healing my gut but I am not a doctor and it has been a journey to say the least. Although I definitely have a lot of energy out put, maybe I am being greedy but I want to have MORE energy! Everyday I want to feel energized not just once in a while. I will try kefir and see what that does for me.

  3. Thank you so much for your videos. I have been on YouTube for the last month watching everything about cleansing the body. I came across your channel today, and find you fun to watch and informative–so for the first time I actually subscribed to a channel. During the course of my research I have decided to change my eating habits and I'm doing mostly raw vegan (and feeling soooo much better). It seems that you are quite into the juicing as well as many of the others that do a raw diet. I currently do not have a juicer, but have been blending my ingredients. I have looked into juicers, but the good ones seem to be quit expensive. Do your feel that there is a major difference in blending as compared to juicing? Am I doing it wrong by blending? PS Love this smoothie recipe. Sounds much yummier than the apple cider vinegar and water solutions many suggest!

  4. the inner-eco is the only coconut water kefir that I can find on line. It is also 116.00 for 6 servings. Im all about spending money on healthy food but thats 25 dollars a smoothy when all said and done. There are recipes on line, however Im not sure making that myself is going to be my thing – not with any regularity anyway. Suggestions?? An affordable alternative? I am trying to get rid of dairy, as I have a big inflammation battle that I am combating. Thanks for the info!

  5. Thank YOU Drew🙏🙏🙏😍😍😍💞💞🐢🐢🐢🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾😋😋😋

  6. I'm going to run with it and see lol, I love your videos tips, I did the age spots remove ideas you gave and just wanted to noe if I can us on face? ???

  7. DO NOT BELIEVE THIS MAN! He has no experience with having true "chronic fatigue." I am beyond healthy, I am intelligent, and also on the road to becoming a physician; however, I have suffered from fatigue for a very long time. For years, I tried EVERYTHING including change of diet, herbs, etc. Nothing works. I had to eventually resort to a prescription. No longer are my grades suffering. No longer is my social life suffering.
    See a doctor. Explain your situation. Don't waste thousands on "natural remedies" like I did.

  8. Total nonsense and an insult for CFS sufferers, if only it was that simple.. Just another fitness freak trying to sell his product and he found a perfect target group. Listen man, you can move your muscular arms all day, but if you have to read from a paper it's not really convincing…

  9. Not a good idea to claim you can cure a very real and debilitating illness like CFS with a banana smoothy type drink. This video is damaging.

  10. why the ice? from Chinese Medical perspective and Ayurvedic ice is a No No. It can cause 'injury' to the digestive system as it puts out the digestive fire.

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