For years I have had chronic fatigue, brain fog and a less than ideal temperament. These are some of the things which have helped me most.
After hearing Mark Sisson on JRE, I adopted the primal lifestyle. I took it to the point of stringently trying to follow his guidelines for macro-nutrients. Although.. by following this guide and not listening to my body, I lost a bunch of weight.. My latest direction here is adopted from p70 and p71 of Flood Your Body With Oxygen, specifically:
Eat Less Fuel
Eat More Greens
I think these two directions may prove very helpful, both with the same issue, bad actors in my gut… I have been throwing large amounts of ‘fuel’ (red meat, lentils, rice etc) at my gut and found fatigue and similar issues remain. I have been taking digestive enzymes and Apple Cider Vinegar before eating, as it seems (in testing) that I am not digesting all my food properly. By increasing the amount of salad I have with meals, specifically preparing a salads to eat before my proteins/carbs, I am able to be satiated without eating a huge amount of macro-nutrients.
After having some cramping at JuiJitsu, my coach mentioned salt deficiency. I was able to find a great new podcast searching this area.
Ozonated water enemas
By ozonating a bunch of water, then adding hot water to bring it up to body temperature, this has shown to be a great way to flush my bowels of pretty bad smelling.. crap
I will add that this seemingly has had an immediate positive effect on chronic fatigue.. I guess a bunch of the bad actors causing issues reside in the bowel..
Dieting based on Genetics (Nutrigenomics)
Removing Sulfur from my diet seems to have been very important for me.