Following the XMRV controversy in 2011 Simon Wessely told the prestigious Nature journal that most researchers would rather work on images of Allah (forbidden by Islam) than ME/CFS. Wessely turned out to be wrong. In 2017 Nature reported stated that ME/CFS is now more and more being thought of a physiological disorder deserving of more funding.
Find out why Nature said that about ME/CFS and get a preview of an upcoming Ian Lipkin ME/CFS study in this Simmaron Research Foundation sponsored blog…
The Shift: Top Medical Journal Asserts Shift in Attitude Towards ME/CFS Has Occurred
Responding here to the comment about ketogenic diet. Ketogenic diet is pretty simple but very hard to implement. The evidence is there though that it helps mitochondria and the brain. There is exploration of research on the blog hyperlipid that high levels of Linoleic acid (omega6) creates ROS, damages cardiolipin (the mitochondrial membrane) and depletes glutathione. Linoleic acid stays in fat cells for 2-4 years unless you burn it up,
Thanks Chris for relaying that information
“Simon Wessely told the prestigious Nature journal that most researchers would rather work on images of Allah (forbidden by Islam) than ME/CFS.”
I didn´t know that! What an annoying man LOL!