Anyone try D-Ribose??? Did it help???

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by suz9601, Jun 9, 2006.

  1. suz9601

    suz9601 Member

    Just wondered if anyone recently tried D Ribose and what it did or didn't do for you. Thanks
    [This Message was Edited on 06/09/2006]
  2. ulala

    ulala New Member

    up above. There are many posts about it. I remember an article about a woman who said she was cured after using it.

    I have used it and it has helped me but that was after my heart beating very fast for a long time. It helped me recover from the weakness. You have to take a lot of it.

    There is a thread here, somewhere, and it was recommended taking 15 grams of it which is A LOT and very expensive. Hope this helps.
  3. suz9601

    suz9601 Member

    Are you saying that it made your heart beat fast? I have problems with that already and dont need anymore.
  4. suz9601

    suz9601 Member

    bump for ULULA
  5. mrpain

    mrpain New Member

    D-ribose, Co-Q-10, L-Carnitine, and magnesium, is called the awesome foursome by the leading heart doctor who's name I can't remember. He really pushes these four supplements.

    Dr. Teitlebaum says you have to take twice as much D-ribose for fibromyalgia and cfs... He was on the television yesterday talking about it. But he's not the heart specialist I mentioned above..but he does know about fibro & cfs....

    I just started taking D-ribose last week. It is expensive if you have to continue it...
  6. ulala

    ulala New Member

    was beating fast for a long time. I also took CoQ10, acetyl-l-carnitine, and magnesium with it. It did help me but I ran out of everything. The doses are high but for me worked well.

    There is a thread that has a post about these supplements. I'll have to think about it to remember where that post is. I'll post it when I find it.

    Are you looking at the ribose for fatigue?

  7. ulala

    ulala New Member

    I've posted his first post of his thread. This post has the recommended doses and supplements. There is a Dr. Kerr who has written a lot about this. If you go to this thread there is a lot of info for you to read.

    If you decide to try the ribose let me know how you do.

    Thank you for reminding me about it so I can get more of the supplements for this "cocktail." I also took selenium with it and that seemed to help.

    Good luck!

    Mitochondrial Support 03/01/06 08:47 AM

    Hey all,

    I've recently been reading up on the mitochondrial deficiencies as part of the puzzle to chronic fatigue. Has anyone tried the mitochondrial support regimen:

    Co-enzyme Q 10 300 - 360mg (the oil of the engine, this moves electrons from one molecule to another)
    L-carnitine 2,000 - 3,000mg (the oil of the engine, this moves ATP and ADP across mito membranes)
    D-ribose 15grams (the raw material to make new ATP)
    Magnesium 400 - 800mg (the spark plugs, this fires up many enzyme reactions)

    I know that many of you have tried CoQ10 with some success, but maybe that is only part of the solution.
    [This Message was Edited on 03/01/2006]
  8. Tantallon

    Tantallon New Member

    I used this and I found that my energy levels improved but the only trouble was it only lasted 3 weeks and then seemed to stop working. I decided that I had other issues that needed sorting out first i.e. viruses, yeast etc. I do plan on trying it again once I have finished my new regime and hope this time it will have more of a lasting benefit for me.

  9. suz9601

    suz9601 Member

    Thanks guys. I will check it out.
  10. ncats

    ncats New Member

    I was taking 300mg CO-Q10. 2000 L Carnitine, then added
    D-Ribose. Within 30 minutes of taking the ribose I felt
    worse! Very tired. I kept trying every day and the same thing happened!
    I have given up on the ribose. It did not work for me.

  11. suz9601

    suz9601 Member

    Thanks ncats...bump for others
  12. claudiaw

    claudiaw New Member

    I think you are thinking of Dr. Sinatra.

    He has been on Your Health w/ Dr.Becker.His book is "The Sinatra Solution".

    hope that help's.:)

  13. mrpain

    mrpain New Member

    Your absolutely right!
  14. Forebearance

    Forebearance Member

    Hi, Suz!

    I'm on my third jar of it.

    I agree with Tantalion that I noticed more of an effect from it the first few weeks. The first week was spectacular and I was really excited about it.

    Now after 2 1/2 months I would say that it gives me a little bit more energy, which allows me to exercise a bit more. I figure that anything that helps me exercise will help me get better.


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