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Theoharis Theoharides believes that metabolic problems are present in ME/CFS but he has a new idea why they’re occurring.

mast cells and chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia

Could the brains mast cells be causing ME/CFS?

In a hypothesis where mast cells meet the brain, Theoharides proposes that mast cells in the hypothalamus are pouring out neuro-inflammatory factors which are opening up the blood-brain barrier, whacking the mitochondria and causing neuroinflammation at the same time..

Plus, he proposes a different way of administering supplements that is more effective at getting at the inflammation in the brain. Find out more in this Simmaron Research Foundation sponsored blog

Could the Brain’s Mast Cells Be Causing Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS)?

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