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  1. I ran across your blog while searching nutritional info for my husband who has mitochondrial myopathy. Your info you have posted from your experience is great. I have actually sat her and read through most We too are close to UAB… That is where he was actually diagnosed. He has off and in days with his condition. Today is actually a rough day for him is I find myself sitting here searching for whatever I can to help him… Or us. I am very interested in possible boosting his system with a diet change. I ran across your blog while searching nutritional info for my husband who has mitochondrial myopathy. Your info you have posted from your experience is great. I have actually sat her and read through most We too are close to UAB… That is where he was actually diagnosed. He has off and on days with his condition. Today is actually a rough day for him and as usual, I find myself sitting here searching for whatever I can to be able to help him… Or us. I am very interested in possibly boosting his system with a diet change. He has never seen a nutritionist before… He would probably shudder at the idea…He prefers French fries over steamed veggies:)
    I hope you continue to post on this blog. I would love to hear more from you and your experiences with this rare disease.

  2. I'm glad you've found my posts about my diagnosis with Mitochondrial Myopathy to be helpful. I know exactly what you mean about grabbing at anything that might be helpful. And this LCHF lifestyle certainly takes commitment. You're supposed to be able to tell if it's helpful within about 2 months, if you could get him to commit to that.

    We live down 280 over the mountain. About where are you?

  3. We are in Shelby County… Actually Alabaster. I teach school. I find myself searching for info for him all the time. I feel like he was given this diagnosis, but not given much info about it all. He sees a dr at the Kirklin Clinic at UAB. He just had a checkup and was not given the greatest of news.
    Did you get your nutritional info from the nutritionist you saw or from researching it yourself?

  4. As I suppose you've already read here on my blog, they told me to take CoEnzymeQ10 and vitamin b2. I did a great deal of research about supplements on my own. Over time I must have tried a $1000 worth of various antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. I still take a large number every day, but I've dropped a lot of them. I maybe spend $100 a month on a variety of pills. Eating my vitamins just makes more sense. And eating what God meant for us to eat makes even more sense!

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