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Correcting Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Chronic Fatigue - Video 3

See below for the third installment of “Mitochondrial Medicine” where Dr. Jon Kaiser describes how to best correct mitochondrial dysfunction:

14 comments

  • Laura
    Laura Tuesday, 22 March 2016 23:53 Comment Link

    Lipoic acid, it is not actually possible to tell if in fact this number of capsule would do the job. Also, I understood that the original research was done using Ritalin , not caffiene, and I am curious why the formula has nkt yet included Ritalin, as I understand k-pax has received a re-use patent for Ritalin. I have a 14 year old daughter who was born with an immune deficiency called common variable immune deficiency. She has been so tired her entire life that she requires 14-16 hours sleep, does nkt feel any better when she wakes up, and has stamina to do about an hours worth of very low energy activity before laying down to rest. She never had those years where she came and woke me up full of energy, and just taking a shower and getting dress have always exhausted her, even when she has no active infection. She literally just doesn't seem to have a n even minimally charged battery, and nothing I have tried for 14 years has given this precious child the ability to live a normal life. She has an I.q of 140, but it took 6 days of testing to make it through the test due to fatigue, and she cannot go to school because she just can't make it. I would like to know if there is a definitive way of knowing if she on top of her immune deficiency has a mitochondrial disorder before loading her up with more stuff. Appreciate any thoughts. Best, Laura

  • Laura
    Laura Tuesday, 22 March 2016 23:41 Comment Link

    It would appear that to get the recommended dosages of acetyl carnitine, cysteine, and alpha lipoid acid that one would need to take 4 each of the k-pax immune formula and of the energy formula. That adds up to a lot of caffeine, and a lot of other vitamins and minerals by the time you take the eight tablets. However, because the quantities in mgs. Are nkt actually broken down on the bottles allowing you to determine how much of the proprietary blend is actually carnitine vs. Cysteine, vs. Alpha li

  • Dr. Jon Kaiser
    Dr. Jon Kaiser Monday, 21 March 2016 20:41 Comment Link

    The research study presented in the above video (beginning at time 16:00) was performed using low dose methylphenidate (Ritalin) in combination with K-PAX Immune formula.

    However, not all individuals with chronic fatigue require a prescription stimulant to achieve these kinds of results. I have also seen many patients improve using low dose caffeine as the stimulant (K-PAX Energy) combined with K-PAX Immune formula.

    For specific instructions on how to best utilize the K-PAX Fatigue Protocol see: http://www.kpaxpharm.com/vitaminsandsupplements/immunesystemboosters/FatiguePack.

    Keep Hope Alive!

  • Bob R.
    Bob R. Monday, 21 March 2016 20:28 Comment Link

    You talk about using a "low dose stimulant" combined with mitochondrial nutrient support as a treatment for chronic fatigue. What is the stimulant you have used the most in your research?

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