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Fibromyalgia is characterized by some combination of chronic pain, particularly muscle pain, fatigue, sleep disturbances, brain fog, cognitive impairment, depression and/or painful tender points throughout the body.

If you are currently suffering from fibromyalgia symptoms, traditional treatments may not be enough.

Why only manage when you can eliminate the cause?


Take Back Control of Your Life

Are you tired of having no energy, constant pain, and feeling like your meds just aren't working?

If you’re like the other 6 million fibromyalgia suffers in America, you’re probably frustrated because you can’t seem to win. Your traditional treatments for fibromyalgia to manage symptoms probably include pain medications and antidepressants.

But the real issue is not a deficiency of pharmaceuticals, it is the way your body is responding information in your environment. By identifying and addressing environmental factors, your body will change its response because it has different information to respond to.

Your Body is Smarter Than You Know

When you remove the conditions that create symptoms, your body adaptively responds & improves.

There are a RANGE of issues that can be involved in creating the right conditions for fibromyalgia symptoms to show in your body.

The good news is that when you look at fibromyalgia from the lens of identifying the underlying causes, the mystery of the condition is often easy to address, empowering your body to adapt in a way that improves both your symptoms and overall health.

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Did You Know?

Over 6 million people suffer from fibromyalgia and its symptoms every day.
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Common Causes of Fibromyalgia

Common causes of fibromyalgia tend to be from food sensitivities, gut infections and vitamin deficiencies. (There are also some environmental toxins and genetic issues that can be involved).


Many symptoms manifest as pain, cognitive impairment, sleep disturbances, behavioral issues, fatigue and depression.


When overproduced, yeast breaks down the wall of the intestines, penetrates the bloodstream and releases toxic byproducts.

Thyroid Issues

Characterized by hot, cold, hair loss, unexplained weight gain or weight loss resistance, etc. Many thyroid issues have the same underlying factors as fibromyalgia.

Vitamin Deficiencies

Magnesium, vitamin D and B12 deficiencies are the most common, but fibromyalgia symptoms can result from other deficiencies as well.


Small intestine bacterial overgrowth & leaky gut often stem from dietary sensitivities (ie: gluten, dairy, soy, corn, etc) and antibiotics.


HPAxis Dysfunction - commonly referred to as adrenal fatigue -taxes your adrenal system, causing hypersensitivity, mood disorders, and autoimmune disorders.

Mold Sensitivity & Toxicity

Some people are more sensitive to mold than others and some molds are more toxic than others.

Metal Toxicity

Any toxicity could be an issue, but mercury toxicity from old amalgam fillings or exposure to heavy metals are particularly concerning in the case of fibromyalgia.

MTHFR Mutations

Mutations of the MTHFR gene impact thinking, repairing DNA, turning on and off genes, fighting infections and getting rid of environmental toxins.

Glutathione Deficiency

Glutathione is the “The mother of all antioxidants.” Deficiency can cause acidity in the blood and tissues.

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Fibromyalgia Doesn't Have to Be Overwhelming

Fibromyalgia is complicated and does not have a one size fits all solution. We’re here to help.