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Fibromyalgia is a multifaceted condition that can be related to hundreds of different metabolic problems. Many cases are linked to hormone dysfunctions, most notably low thyroid function and low vitamin D function. Dr. Kather herself used to suffer from fibromyalgia, but through changes in her supplements, hormones, and diet, she has mitigated this miserable, painful condition. Her current health regimen includes:

Replenishment of hormone deficiencies:

  • Thyroid: T1, T2, T3, T4, with Armour Thyroid 180mg chewed
  • Vitamin D cholecalciferol: 20,000 IU a day
  • Progesterone during luteal phase of cycle
  • DHEA during follicular phase of cycle with Ageless Prime
  • Testosterone during follicular phase of cycle
  • Pregnenolone
  •  melatonin

Avoiding and minimizing foods that increase inflammation like:

  • saturated fat
  • pasta
  • white rice
  • sugary foods
  • corn chips
  • potatoes
  • breads
  • cookies
  • soda
  • bananas
  • cake
  • corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup

Increasing intake of anti-inflammatory foods:

  • purified fish oil 
  • berries, almonds, walnuts
  • wild-caught salmon
  • fresh apples, oranges, pears, grapefruit

Other supplements for her personal metabolic deficiencies: 

  •  resveratrol
  • alpha lipoic acid
  • quercetin
  •  Tabata-style exercise
  • CoQ10: 100 to 300 mg a day
  • Iodoral potassium iodine/iodide to support thyroid & breasts
  • Magnesium citrate
  • Creatine
  • Hydroxymethyl butyrate, diindolemethane, potassium, manganese