So many people have contacted me about Lyme Disease. It seems to be an epidemic in the USA, Australia, the UK... around the world.
The latest lady to get in touch - let's call her Emily, from Western Australia - said this to me,
Finally I'm starting to make some progress and manage to get out of bed for small periods of the day doing a few small tasks within the home. It's baby steps and I can only hope and pray that I'm heading for a remission period very soon."
"Lyme is carried by 80% now of all biting insects in the world - certainly not just ticks! Mosquitos, horse flies, fleas and most chronic illnesses have Lyme behind them."
This same specialist goes on to say,
"I have just been with two of the top experts in the world on Lyme and Antibiotics are not the answer. They can help in some instances, but people are not aware that the spyrochetes can encyst for ten years or more. So if you give antibiotics they just encyst and come out again at a later date.
If you have Lyme Disease, there are two ways you can move forwards:
The conventional route:
1. Arrange with your Doctor to take a minimum 2 week, maximum 4 week course of antibiotics - and not miss a single day.
2. On the same day you start the antibiotics, commit to starting 2,000mg of Beta Glucan400 capsules and not miss a single day.
According to Dr Chris Hertzog, anti-aging specialist renowned for his work on Beta Glucan,
The problem with the conventional route is that it only appears effective if the majority of the spyrochetes have first been killed. Otherwise they protect themselves by forming a biofilm (a bit like sealing themselves into a plastic bag), wait for the antibiotics to wear off then come back again with a vengeance.
The alternative route:
Contact a Lyme specialist, for example Lilias Ahmeira at www.liliasahmeira.com
Lilias Ahmeira offers consultation by Skype and she works with people all over the world. The charge is £75.00 per hour and the first Skype session lasts for 2 hours including all the testing and coming up with a sensible solution to go forwards, having looked at everything that we can that is going on.
Lilias Ahmeira has international practices based in the UK with clients referred to her by respected Harley Street specialists, Physios and Doctors. Lyme can be very complex and it is something she has a deep knowledge of, having worked with Dr Klinghardt for many years.
Whichever you choose, also address these extra priorities:
3. Get your home checked for mould, if you haven't already, and get rid of any that's around. Lemon Myrtle can be useful for this - here's an example of what you might want to use: frogshop.com.au/mould-spray-our-eco-home-500ml.
4. Drink a lot of water and eat very healthily food, mainly unprocessed and plant based, vegetables more than fruits, including nuts and seeds
5. Take premium supplements such as AminoBoosters or AminoPure and Beta Glucan. It's essential to also take premium vitamin and mineral supplements as your food is deficient. How to tell if your vitamins and minerals are worth taking? One way to make sure the ingredients in your vitamin/mineral supplement are right is to check these particular vitamins and minerals for quality:
- B6 - don't use Pyridoxine HCL - instead use P-5-P
- Folate - don't use Folic Acid - instead use 5-MTHF
- B12 - don't use Cyanocobalamin - instead use Methylcobalamin
- K - don't use Phylloquinone - instead use K2
- Magnesium - don't use Magnesium Oxide - instead use Magnesium Bis-Glycine Chelate
- Zinc - don't use Zinc Sulfate - instead use Zinc Bis-Glycine Chelate
The ones you don't want to use (eg Pyridoxine HCL for B6) are cheap and are not properly absorbed by the body. The ones you do want to use (eg P-5-P version of B6) are activated vitamins/chelated minerals which means they can be properly absorbed by your body.
6. Avoid gluten and dairy
7. Move as much as you can especially stretching
There's more you can do but these are mission-critical.
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