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  1. Gluten Intolerance

Being Gluten intolerant leads to a multiple of diseases, one of which being fibromyalgia.

  1. Thyroid

Most people with a Thyroid problem usually have no idea that they in fact have a problem. It’s important to check markers in your blood to make sure that your thyroid gland is functioning properly

  1. Vitamin Deficiencies

Magnesium, Vitamin D, and vitamin b12 deficiencies are usually commonplace in those diagnosed with Fibromyalgia.

  1. Adrenal Fatigue

This is the result of chronic stress.

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  1. Mercury Toxicity

It’s important to always avoid mercury and if there is something in your house built with it, remove that as well. Having this in your body can cause chronic fatigue.

  1. Mycotoxins

This is a toxic substance produced by molds. About 25% of people have a gene that makes them more susceptible to this substance.

  1. Glutathione Deficiency

Glutathione is one of the most critical molecules in the body when it comes to detoxification. If your body has a deficiency in this, then it’s going to have a tough time in removing harmful elements.

  1. MTHFR Mutations

The MTHFR is a gene that lets your body methylate and detoxify certain elements as they enter your body. When this gene has more and more mutations, it means it’s ability to detoxify your body lessens, and that’s where problems start. Mercury and lead start to build up.

  1. Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)

There is a normal level of bacteria in the intestine at any one point. However, when this bacteria population explodes in size, then that’s when problems happen.

  1. Candida Overgrowth

This is a fungus/yeast and a tiny amount lives in everyone’s intestines. When found at normal levels it doesn’t affect the body negatively. However, when this is overproduced, it starts to negatively affect the walls of the intestine and eventually gets into the bloodstream. When it gets into the bloodstream, it can cause a host of problems including: brain fog, fatigue, pain, etc. Most patients with fibromyagia have had this overgrowth at one point in their life.

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