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In 2009 we tested patients suffering from symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia for reactive antibodies to foods, additives, preservatives, chemicals and heavy metals.  We found reactive antibodies to all categories in every patient.   Every patient test had different results.  

The conclusion was that not only can pathogens pass through the intestinal lining, but also through the skin as it is also compromised by an overwhelmed immune system.  Examples of reactive antibody production were to products such as colorings, dyes, sodium lauryl phosphates, fragrances, parabens, soy and wheat which are all found in cosmetic products from lotion to soaps and shampoos.

Therefore, phi skin therapy™ was developed after realizing the need for skin care without parabens, sodium lauryl sulfate, phthalates, soy or wheat that can adversely affect overall health and easily overwhelm the immune system.  An overwhelmed immune system will eventually lead to fatigue, aches and pains.  Decrease the load on the immune system and allow the body to heal itself.  Ingredients in phi skin therapy are in a certified organic aloe vera base, rich in nutrients and infused with biologically active extracts to facilitate the healing process and restore your state of wellbeing, naturally.

The Immune System

Main component of the immune system is in the GI tract (the gut) > 70%.

Physical and/or Emotional Trauma

This theory should always be considered as the body reacts the same way to physical trauma as it does to emotional trauma:

Let’s take a look at what happens to the gut during trauma:  During extreme stress or shock, the body decreases blood flow to the intestines thereby ensuring critical blood flow to the heart and brain.  Meanwhile the decreased blood flow to the gut causes injury to these tissues and linings.  Whether it be minimal or massive, there is some loss of function to the gut barrier.  Now we have “leaky gut.”  Again, remember the gut the carries enough toxin to kill the host thousands of times over, even small increases in tissue permeability have huge consequences. 

(UMDNJ Research - Edwin A Deitch, MD

            ”82% of stomach biopsy samples from 165 chronic fatigue syndrome patients were positive for enterovirus infections” (coxsackie A&B, echovirus).

“Stomach Virus Associated With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome” Journal of Clinical Pathology, John KS Chia MD, et al.          

“Viruses are everywhere: in the soil, in the air, on doorknobs, countertops, dishes, etc . . .  The body is amazing in that it is equipped to handle foreign invaders in healthy individuals.  However, as our immune system becomes more overwhelmed  with other invaders such as: molds, chemicals, additives, preservatives and heavy metals, then our system becomes  stressed  allowing us to become more susceptible to the ill effects of their presence.  Some viruses are transmitted through human/sexual contact; and then there are these “hidden viruses” that enter through the nose or mouth that will replicate in the back of the throat, or in the gut, giving rise to the symptoms of sore throat and gastrointestinal distress.  After these viruses multiply in the lymph tissue of the small intestine, where they are now able to pass into the regional lymph nodes, they give rise to a low-grade viremia with the ability to spread to the reticuloendothelial tissues such as liver, spleen, bone marrow and distal lymph nodes.  Virus production may lead to further replication in the CNS (central nervous system).  This process leads to headache, neck pain, fatigue and many more symptoms. The immune system becomes overwhelmed therefore leading to chronic fatigue, discomfort and situational depression, which is due to a chemical cascade initiated by the immune system intended to get rid of the “invaders.”   This becomes a cycle.”

Sources: Cann, AJ; Principles of molecular virology

Carter, J; Saunders, V; Virology principles and applications

There are many theories for the cause of chronic fatigue & fibromyalgia — from viral infections, leaky gut, food allergies and toxins to psychological stress.  Over the past couple of years we have taken a close look at these theories by conducting our own clinical research.  We tested patients suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia for reactive antibodies to molds, viruses, food allergies, heavy metals, chemicals, additives and preservatives. We found that an immune system overwhelmed by these substances will make reactive antibodies that send out inflammatory markers thus causing overall pain & discomfort as well as causing other biochemical reactions provoking anxiety & sleep problems.  In the process, we uncovered hidden viral components which further overwhelm the immune system causing flu-like symptoms and other adverse reactions.  

chronic fatigue

joint pain

muscle pain

night sweats

low grade fever/chills

flu-like symptoms



scratchy throat

acid reflux

skin rashes

canker sores


The following table are some common viruses with list of symptoms they cause:

neck pain


chemical sensitivities

unexplained chest pain

shortness of breath


problems sleeping

brain fog



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In 1990 the American College of Rheumatology published criteria for Fibromyalgia requiring that the patient had a history of chronic widespread pain along with 11 or more of the 18 “tender points” upon examination.  This criteria was originally established for research purposes only.  However, what happened is that practitioners began using this criteria as a diagnosis for “Fibromyalgia.” It is believed that this series of events has led to many misconceptions about fibromyalgia.  To date there is no FDA approved diagnostic test or bio-marker in order to standardize the definition of Fibromyalgia (Harris, RE; Chronic Pain and Fatigue Research Center).  There are many theories for the cause of this condition from viral infections to “leaky gut”, food allergies, toxins and psychological stress.

Chronic Fatigue syndrome is debilitating fatigue after physical or mental activity that is not alleviated with rest and also experiencing unexplained depressed mood.  Fibromyalgia is basically  “widespread pain with a long list of symptoms.”  Most of our patients seeking help for their condition have been told by health care practitioners that all of their lab tests and diagnostics are normal and so there is nothing more they can do. As of today, no bio-markers have been identified therefore, there is no FDA approved treatment.

From what we have seen at our clinic, Chronic fatigue and/or Fibromyalgia have no boundaries to male or female, rich or poor.   Symptoms may appear after physical or emotional trauma, but  this is not always the case.

In 2009 we tested patients suffering from symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia for reactive antibodies to foods, additives, preservatives, chemicals and heavy metals.  We found reactive antibodies to all categories in every patient.   Every patient test had different results.  We also tested patients for  antibodies to various viruses - most of them childhood viruses.  Our patients had high viral titers to 3 or more of these.  Understand that a healthy immune system makes titers (IgG) to these viruses after initial exposure - however, these titers were greater than 4 x normal or more.  It seemed to be the common denominator amongst the patients.  See viral panel below for further viral infection and symptoms.

This report reveals findings, from a medical clinic, of patients suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. Find out why you suffer from these afflictions.  It discusses the difference between chronic fatigue syndrome & fibromyalgia, and the relation of these to autoimmune disorders. You won't find these results anywhere else. This report includes the FIBROBUSTERS protocol designed in the clinic in order to help you find your way back to health.

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Blowing the whistle on chronic fatigue syndrome & fibromyalgia from the clinic