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  • Paperback: 448 pages
  • Publisher: Avery Publishing Group; 3rd Revised edition edition (4 Oct 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1583332898
  • ISBN-13: 978-1583332894
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2.9 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 153,807 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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A new volume of a best-selling guide incorporates the latest advances in science and technology, counseling readers on how to assess their symptoms and develop a customized treatment program, in a resource that includes coverage of current medications and supplements, lifestyle modifications, and alternative therapies. Original.

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137 of 146 people found the following review helpful By Shelby Mustang on 6 Oct 2008
Format: Paperback
Bought this book a few weeks ago and I was so excited!
This could be the answer to all my CFS problems, so I delved straight in there and read it from cover to cover, going back to certain chapters and various symptoms in the Index.

Yes, it IS helpful...you gain a bit more insight into what is going on in your body and why and sometimes HOW but as one part of the book states - most General Practitioners are ignorant of these conditions AND as the book also states the general blood testing techniques are based on averages and rarely show any subtle changes in the body chemistry. A LOT of GP's in the UK are stumped by CFS/M.E./Fibromyalgia

They refer you to specialists/psychiatrists who suggest CFS etc but are either helpless to do anything or the experience leaves you feeling like you are not being listened to and being relegated to Psychiatric Issues Pigeonhole (calm down, there are emotional/Psychiatric foundations to MANY illness it's just that they know what to do with the physical ailments)

You're already feeling dreadful and highly stressed and stuck (and in some ways totally obsessed by the illness so where do you go then?

The part of the book I did find helpful was the section on Natural Remedies, there are some interesting suggestions and it explains how they work in the body - but beware! if you were to buy every single thing listed as being necessary you'd be seriously skint!

As for the Pharmaceutical advice...

A: this is an American book and assumes you have Health Insurance and access to a whole host of specialists.

B: Think about it...you feel horrendous already...what are drugs going to do? COVER SYMPTOMS UP? FILL YOU FULL OF MORE CHEMICALS?
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Charis on 22 Dec 2013
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The book indicates that Fibromyalgia can be cured by diet and supplements. However there is information near the end of the book about hormonal issues, which is not given much emphasis.

Dr Teitelbaum is now an advisor on a Thyroid Parient Website which states that Fibromyalgia is simply a thyroid condition which is either not diagnosed, or not properly treated.

This book led me to spend a lot of money and waste time on expensive supplements which did no good. Eventually I discovered that my son had a thyroid condition, which was not apparent from blood tests.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D&D TOP 50 REVIEWER on 28 Jun 2014
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Every single symptom listed on the cover of this book, and those inside, is a symptom of low thyroid. To me, it's shocking that almost no mainstream doctors and so few "experts", much less writers of books like this, are aware that these are symptoms of low thyroid (hypothyroid), often adrenal fatigue (linked with sometimes hidden copper toxicity), magnesium deficiency and sometimes also B12 deficiency. Shocking.

There are no lab tests for many causes of low thyroid, so at least 80% of us are mis-diagnosed, because your doctor will only treat lab tests, not you. More than 50% of us have low thyroid yet mainstream medicine claims only 5% of us are hypothyroid.

Of course I don't expect you to believe me, see for yourself with a very simple home self-test: the FREE basal (at rest) temperature self-test is THE gold standard for low thyroid problems and - with your symptoms - means more than any lab test (although most conventional doctors, including endos, won't agree but then they're not trained to understand thyroid problems - thyroiduk[dot]org[dot]uk offers a list of the very few thyroid sympathetic doctors in this country).

"Fibromyalgia" and "ME/CFS" are just names, not diagnoses. A real diagnosis means there is a cure (something that has been brushed away since medicine has so few cures - just synthetic drugs that oppose symptoms, all of which have "side" effects, meaning damage they don't want you to think about). Physicians have little or no way to heal or cure chronic health problems, or to provide adequate pain management. This failure means they are becoming obsolete.

The basal temperature home self-test will pick up conditions that current lab tests don't, such as thyroid resistance.
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31 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Michael in Sac on 28 Aug 2010
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About me: I have some background of study in science, am not a medical doctor; but probably most importantly
recently recovered from a four year long bout of CFIDS. Before I got too sick to even read, you can believe
I went looking for some answers. I found "From Fatigued To Fantastic" to be absolutely without merit in both
its attempts at science and in any of the advised treatment regimens (I was unfortunate enough to find a local
physician here in Sacramento who was a Teitelbaum devotee and he hit me with a variety of them.)

Most, if not all of these treatments actually made me sicker, and at the time,I was already pretty miserable.
I finally started to recover a little about two years after I stopped all treatment, probably through either
luck or the grace of god (or maybe both).

If you are looking for real science, try the Whittemore-Peterson Institute in Reno. And try to remain hopeful,
but skeptical of guys like this. Some people do recover, but my overall impression is that Dr. Teitelbaum isn't
curing anyone. If he were, you'd have heard a lot more about him by now. His "research", and I use the term loosely,
seems based on convincing the subjects to self report improvement as a result of various treatments he throws
at them. There is some question regarding people who do not report improvement vanishing from the study, thus
not being included in the statistical calculations in the final report.

Many of Dr. Teitelbaum's ex-patients seem to report their impression of treatment in his facility was that
of being made significantly poorer financially by their association . Improvement seems sporadic, genuine cure
or remission almost nonexistent.
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