Pathogens That Cause CFS

Here Are The Main Pathogens in CFS And Auto-Immune Disorders

A useful list of pathogens for your Kinesiologist to muscle test or your Health Practitioner to work with, which are most likely the the cause of your Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, Lyme Disease or other auto-immune related dis-eases:

A. Viral Pathogens

1.  Epstein Barr Virus (highly likely with Lyme Disease)
2.  Cytomegalovirus (common in CFS, fibromyalgia syndrome or auto-immune disorder)
3.  Human Herpes and Shingles Virus
4.  Hepatitis A, B, C, D & E
5.  AIDS/HIV

B. Fungal Pathogens

1.  Candida
2.  Aspergillus

C. Bacterial Pathogens

1.  Mycoplasma
a.  Fermentans (also called Incognitus)
b.  Penetrans
c.  Pneumoniae
2.  Chlamydia (test all including Pneumoniae)
3.  Borrelia Burgdorferi (Lyme Disease)

D. Parasite Pathogens

1.  Amoeba
2.  Blastocystis
3.  Giardia
4.  Protozoa
5.  Sporozoa

E. Protozoa Infections

1. Giardia lamblia
2. Blastocystis Hominis
3. Toxoplasma gondii
4. Cryptosporidium parvum
5. Entamoeba histolytica
6. Trichomonas

After muscle testing these, ask “Are there any other infections such as Viral? Bacterial? Fungal? Parasites? Any of unknown origin?  This is a list of the most common infections although there are many more.

For further information about recovering Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Candida and other related health related issues “From Chronic Fatigue and Candida to Happy Ever After“.  This book contains a recovery protocol which will speed up the entire process to get well.

The leading cause of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is always due to some low grade underlying systemic health issues going on in the body.  This book includes the most common causes of Chronic Fatigue and related long-time chronic illnesses.

 

From Chronic Fatigue And Candida to Happy Ever After which list pathogens and other causes of systemic health issues
From Chronic Fatigue And Candida to Happy Ever After Book

 

For a more comprehensive list relating to Lyme Disease including Borrelia, Bartonella, Ehrlichia and Anaplasmas as well as all the parasites: http://www.lymephotos.com/

To date there are only three laboratories testing for Borrelia and related infections around the world.  These are Australian Biologics in Sydney Australia, Infectolab and Igenex in USA.

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