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Martin Pall is Professor of Biochemistry and Basic Medical Sciences at Washington State University. He has been investigating the causes of unexplained illnesses including chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS), fibromyalgia, and multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) for the past decade.

As a result of his research, Professor Pall has developed a comprehensive theory explaining how these illnesses develop and this has naturally led to proposed treatments to combat the underlying disease process. The majority of the recommended treatments are widely available nutritional and herbal supplements meaning that patients can implement the treatment themselves if they choose.

Professor Pall's hypothesis is that a variety of short-term stressors can trigger an increase in the levels of nitric oxide (NO) in the body and that this is the root cause of the symptoms associated with these illnesses.

He explains that the following can act as stressors triggering the increased NO:

> Viral, bacterial and protozoan infections

> Physical trauma (most commonly to the head and neck but also including physical trauma to other regions of the body).

> Chemical exposure to such chemicals as volatile organic solvents or such pesticides as organophosphorus/carbamates, organochlorine pesticides or pyrethroid pesticides.

> Carbon monoxide exposure

> Severe psychological stress

> Mold toxins


Usually an individual will recover when such short-term stressors are removed but in some people Professor Pall hypothesizes, a vicious cycle of elevated NO is initiated which maintains the illness.

As a consequence of elavted NO there is an increase in free radicals such as peroxynitrite which can damage tissues and cause dysfunction of cells and metabolic processes throughout the body.

Professor Pall therefore recommends individuals suffering from these illnesses should be treated with substances which decrease levels of NO and free radicals in the body. Most of these are natural antioxidant supplements.

A number of high profile healthcare professionals are using Professor Pall's treatment protocol to treat patients with unexplained chronic illnesses with reportedly high levels of success.

To learn more about Professor Pall's theory and treatment protocol please see the following:

Article - The No! Oh Noo! Theory and Suggestions for Treatment

Book - Explaining Unexplained Illnesses: Disease Paradigm for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Fibromyalgia, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Gulf War Syndrome.

 

 

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First, after reading Martin Pall's book, I want to add that, in the case of MCS, there is an additional thing to know.
Apparently there is some "training involved", where, over time, the brain dedicate more and more neurones to react to the triggers/chemical. This is what increase the sensitivity and what makes it so hard / long to get rid of the problem.
To cure it you need to be out of harm reach for long enough for the brain to "forget". That can be long, as in a few years...

Anyway slowly, but surely, I felt great benefit from Martin Pall diet. After 30 days I tried to stop for 5 days. Big mistake. Because of the brain training I stressed above, you cannot stop the treatment! One need to be pain free for a loooong time to get rid of MCS. I had to start it all over again.

Martin Pall tratment consist of about 16 capsules a day. After a while I experienced some side effect (tight muscle/cramps and very mild headache, dizziness), it's why I wanted to stop. Bad idea. But by adjusting the dosage just a little bit I made it much more bearable.

After 1 month into I fell mostly well in most circumstances as long as I stay in my little rural areas (which was difficult before, despite the remoteness!). But I still have a few problem.

I had the idea of seeing a local doctor which knows about MCS and he told me that Glutten (in wheat) and Caseine (in milk) intolerance are often precursor of MCS. While I dismissed it at first, as I got better and better (thanks to Martin Pall treatment) I noticed that I still had some mysterious spike of pain/symptoms.
I am now experimenting with Glutten and Casein free diet. The effect is less obvious that Martin Pall diet but it helps me going one more step. I was even able to spend 1 day in the city feeling alright.
But the diet is hard to follow, still experimenting in this area. And, apparently, so far, it needs to be followed on top of Martin Pall treatment.
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lloyd Reviewed by lloyd June 01, 2009
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60 days into Martin Pall treatment

First, after reading Martin Pall's book, I want to add that, in the case of MCS, there is an additional thing to know.
Apparently there is some "training involved", where, over time, the brain dedicate more and more neurones to react to the triggers/chemical. This is what increase the sensitivity and what makes it so hard / long to get rid of the problem.
To cure it you need to be out of harm reach for long enough for the brain to "forget". That can be long, as in a few years...

Anyway slowly, but surely, I felt great benefit from Martin Pall diet. After 30 days I tried to stop for 5 days. Big mistake. Because of the brain training I stressed above, you cannot stop the treatment! One need to be pain free for a loooong time to get rid of MCS. I had to start it all over again.

Martin Pall tratment consist of about 16 capsules a day. After a while I experienced some side effect (tight muscle/cramps and very mild headache, dizziness), it's why I wanted to stop. Bad idea. But by adjusting the dosage just a little bit I made it much more bearable.

After 1 month into I fell mostly well in most circumstances as long as I stay in my little rural areas (which was difficult before, despite the remoteness!). But I still have a few problem.

I had the idea of seeing a local doctor which knows about MCS and he told me that Glutten (in wheat) and Caseine (in milk) intolerance are often precursor of MCS. While I dismissed it at first, as I got better and better (thanks to Martin Pall treatment) I noticed that I still had some mysterious spike of pain/symptoms.
I am now experimenting with Glutten and Casein free diet. The effect is less obvious that Martin Pall diet but it helps me going one more step. I was even able to spend 1 day in the city feeling alright.
But the diet is hard to follow, still experimenting in this area. And, apparently, so far, it needs to be followed on top of Martin Pall treatment.

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