Lyme Disease Health Topic

Lyme Disease Health Topic

Lyme disease was first recognized in the United States in 1975, after a mysterious outbreak of arthritis near Lyme, Connecticut. It wasn't until 1982 that the spirochete that causes Lyme was identified. It was subsequently named Borrelia burgdorferi (Bb). Traditionally, signs and symptoms of Lyme disease include: a skin rash, often resembling a bulls-eye, fever, headache, muscle pain, stiff neck, and swelling of the knees and other large joints.1 Millions of people who are diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, Alzheimer's, chronic fatigue syndrome and other degenerative diseases could have Lyme Disease causing or contributing to their condition.2

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  1. Dr. Klinghardt's Treatment of Lyme Disease

    Lyme disease was first recognized in the United States in 1975, after a mysterious outbreak of arthritis near Lyme, Connecticut. It wasn't until 1982 that the spirochete that causes Lyme was identified. It was subsequently named Borrelia burgdorferi (Bb). Traditionally, signs and symptoms of Lyme disease include: a skin rash, often resembling a bulls-eye, fever, headache, muscle pain, stiff neck, and swelling of the knees and other large joints. The treatment of Lyme disease requires 4 distinctive steps: 1. Decreasing toxic body burden/unloading the system; 2. Improving disturbed physiology; 3. Decreasing microbial count; 4. Immune modulation

  2. New Ideas About the Cause, Spread and Therapy of Lyme Disease

    A study showed favorable therapeutic results with TOA-free uncaria tomentosa (cat’s claw).

  3. Lyme Disease: The Unknown Epidemic

    Millions of people who are diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, Alzheimer's, chronic fatigue syndrome and other degenerative diseases could have Lyme Disease causing or contributing to their condition.

  4. The Marshall Protocol for Lyme Disease and Other Chronic Inflammatory Conditions

    A new approach, called the Marshall Protocol, is now achieving success in treating chronic Lyme disease. The Marshall Protocol is based on revolutionary insights regarding vitamin D metabolites. New research has shown that: 1. Vitamin D metabolite levels can be useful markers of Th1 inflammation and indicate a similar pathogenesis in many chronic diseases; and 2. Elevated levels of vitamin D metabolites can produce immunosuppression by multiple mechanisms.

  5. Lyme Disease on the Provocative Nutrition Blog

    Overuse of antibiotics destroys the “good” bacteria found in the intestines. This allows room for dangerous bacteria to harvest itself in the intestines. It is recommended that Lyme disease patients undergoing antibiotic therapy to add Probiotics to their diet. Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus bifidus, Lactobacillus bulgaricus and several other strains replace the bacteria destroyed by antibiotics and improve gut health.

  6. Lyme Disease Symptoms: Key Facts About This Mysterious Illness

    Active Lyme disease can persist after antibiotic therapy. The Infectious Diseases Society of America has stated that three weeks of antibiotics will cure "over 95 percent" of people with Lyme disease. But many experts have challenged these treatment guidelines as being inaccurate. The possibility of Lyme disease should be carefully considered in anyone with unexplained fatigue, fever or muscle pain, in people with an acute unexplained change in emotional or cognitive function, and in everyone given a diagnosis of autoimmune or degenerative neurological disease.

  7. Study Finds Stevia Kills Lyme Disease Pathogen Better Than Antibiotics

    The culprit behind Lyme disease, which is a bacterial infection, is spirochete bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi. The study on Stevia, titled "Effectiveness of Stevia Rebaudiana Whole Leaf Extract Against the Various Morphological Forms of Borrelia Burgdorferi in Vitro,"...concluded that "Stevia whole leaf extract, as an individual agent, was effective against all known morphological forms of B. burgdorferi."

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