Breast Cancer and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Related? Dr Ben Consult
Breast Cancer and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome are related. Both are mitochondrial disorders and linked to oxygen deficiency and cellular respiration. Given the history, I highly suspect either a very severe nutrient deficiency, adrenal fatigue, cortisol imbalance, or genetic mutation or genetic polymorphism or a combination of the above.
Recommendations made in the consult which may help with the breast cancer:
Pectasol: to help prevent metastases via modified citrus pectin. Consider taking 5 grams three times a day. Mix in orange juice or water. Pectasol does not mix well.
Vitamin D3: those who supplement with 1,000 IU of vitamin D3 reduce their risk of breast cancer significantly. Test with the Vitamin D3 blood test.
Iodine: those who supplement with Iodine reduce their risk of breast cancer significantly. Test using the Urinary Iodide Test.
Estrogen Fractionation: Look to see which estrogens are elevated and reduce the harmful forms of estrogen.
Female Hormone Panel: Check to what the hormones are doing and have your doctor adjust accordingly.
MTHFR: Look for a genetic mutation
Cytochrome P450: Look for a genetic mutation.
Interleukin-2: An immune marker that is elevated in many cancers. Reduce IL-2.
ION Panel: A comprehensive lab test which is very thorough and looks for nutrient deficiencies and genetic issues.
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