#Lyme Disease – What you must know – Hidden truths by The #Blood Detective
For years I have been lecturing and managing my patients with Lyme disease based upon certain concepts that I have developed over the course of my 26 years experience. These concepts are only now just beginning to become recognized by medical researchers.
Here is what you need to know:
1. Dr. Nevena Zubcevik, attending physician at Harvard Medical School and co-director of Dean Center for Tick Borne Illness at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Charlestown (SRH), presented a talk recently regarding her findings. These findings are all consistent with what I and some of my colleagues over the years have been saying about Lyme Disease. Here are the key points:
a. Ten to fifteen percent of people with Lyme disease experience symptoms for years – this is known as post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome (PTLDS).
b. Graduating doctors are poorly educated about the most important factors of Lyme disease.
c. Dr. Zubcevik discussed how the actor Kris Kristofferson was cured of his dementia once his Lyme disease was treated – only after it was overlooked for far too long.
d. A sudden onset of dementia may be Lyme disease.
e. Every person over the age of 50 has a compromised immune system.
f. Adults and children do not present with Lyme disease the same way.
g. Lyme disease can appear as schizophrenia and many other mental and physical diseases.
h. Lyme disease bacteria can infect a person after only 15 MINUTES OF BEING ATTACHED to the body.
i. Twenty (20) days of doxycycline at a dose of 100 to 200 milligrams, at least, is needed to initially manage Lyme disease.
j. There are at least 10 different strains of Lyme disease
k. Traditional Lyme disease testing is inadequate and oftem misses Lyme disease.
l. The bull’s-eye rash only happens approximately 20% of the time.
m. Lyme disease infection can spread from mother to offspring.
n. Lyme disease (Borrelia burgdorferi) is corkscrew shaped and can and does boar or dig itself into other tissues evading the immune system.
o. DOXYCYCLINE STOPS THE BACTERIA FROM REPLICATING, BUT DOES NOT KILL IT.
p. The Center of Disease Control (CDC) does not believe in chronic Lyme and has contributed to the lack of intravenous antibiotic coverage for chronic Lyme suffers.
The Blood Detective Longevity Approach to Lyme Disease
A COMPREHENSIVE healing approach is needed for Lyme disease. Below I have described my basic approach to Lyme disease.
1. Testing of as many potential confections as to Lyme disease are tested.
2. I test and evaluate six (6) levels of the immune system and focus lifestyle including foods and nutritional supplements in an attempt to correct any issues discovered that are nutritionally dependant.
3. Tests of nutrient levels, nutrient use and absorption are evaluated targeted naturally.
4. Toxins, food allergies, hormone evaluations, hormonal and as many potential areas of health that could influence recovery from Lyme disease are performed.
5. With the use of my Blood Detective technology I then attempt to compare the results of many lab tests to “optimal ranges” instead of only “normal” ranges and developed personalized natural approaches for each of my patients.
6. Antibiotics for Lyme disease are necessary, but repairing the body from these antibiotics is a must! Keep in mind that:
a. Probiotics are not all the same and just taking them is not enough
b. Determining digestive capacity is essential
c. Managing inflammation is a must
d. Repairing any immune defects is fundamental
e. Just eating healthy foods and taking nutritional supplements is not going to do the job…all recommendations must be based upon how you and your body are affected by either THE CURRENT PRESENT OF LYME DISEASE AND COINFECTIONS, BUT ALSO THE DAMAGE OR AFTERMATH OF PRIOR INFECTIONS.
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