Rich Van Konynenburg



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Van Konynenburg:
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Suggestions for Treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) based on the Glutathione DepletionóMethylation Cycle Block Hypothesis for the Pathogenesis of CFS: The Simple Approach by Richard A. Van Konynenburg, Ph.D.

The Methylation Cycle

Rich van Konynenburg's idea is that ineffective methylation is a major cause of fatigue. There are many possible reasons but those that he's identified for which methylation is essential

Application of the Yasko Protocol to the Treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

There is abundant and compelling evidence that the glutathione depletionómethylation cycle block mechanism is an important part of the pathogenesis for at least a substantial subset of chronic fatigue syndrome patients. A pathogenesis hypothesis based on this mechanism is capable of explaining and unifying many of the published observations regarding chronic fatigue syndrome, and it provides a basis for developing a more effective treatment approach.

"Good Enough to Take It to the Bedside"American Association for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
October 8-10, 2004, Madison, Wisconsin Summary by Paula M. Carnes

Augmenting Gluthatione in cfs by Rich Van Konynenburg

From Rich Van Konynenburg: I've updated my general outline for dealing with cases of CFS, and I
would like to receive comments on it.

NIH CFS Workshop Report: David S. Goldstein, M.D., Ph.D., on Autonomic Nervous System & Orthostatic Intolerance

Richard Van Konynenburg, PhD presented a study which indicates glutathione levels are depleted in CFS. It is possible to increase glutathione levels using IV glutathione, sublingual glutathione, and by taking undenatured whey protein.

Metabolic Pathology - hypothesis for CFS/FM .. and the insulin-carbohydrate link


The essential idea is that the onset of CFS/FM occurs when a chronic partial blockade is inserted somewhere in the chain of reactions that make up the intermediary metabolism, i.e. the pathway involved in burning fuel and making ATP. Intermediary metabolism includes glycolysis, the pyruvate dehydrogenase complex, the Krebs cycle, and the respiratory chain.

Diabetes Insipidus may also link AIDS and CFIDS

In a recent Co-Cure posting on CFIDS, Rich Van Konynenburg writes "we know that many PWCs have mild diabetes insipidus."

Suggested general outline for dealing with cases of CFS  by Richard A. Van Konynenburg, Ph.D.



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