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Section - 2.034 Dietary changes

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CFS patients appear to be alcohol intolerant. Other food products often rec=
ommended
against include caffeine, sugar and nutrasweet. Since in many patients it a=
ppears that
the immune system is over-active, it may be more important than usual to ta=
ke
nutritional supplements to replenish burnt up reserves.

Many patients have or develop food sensitivities, and in these cases relief=
 may be found
by avoiding foods that prompt problems. Patients tend to gain weight and th=
ey don't
have vigorous exercise available as a counterbalance, so diet needs to be m=
onitored
with this in mind.

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