Thursday, March 29, 2012

lyme disease

This post is in response to my friend Stephanie M Mejia  who is concerned about her friends condition. She asked what do you do when you have Lyme disease and what would be a good diet for someone suffering this disease?

First i want to specify that i am not a doctor and i can not talk about treating any kind of disease. And Lyme disease is definitely one of those conditions that Is definitely unable to be treated through dieting alone. So my first advise is to consult with a physician.

Some general advice about dieting, is to follow a gluten free, and a casein (milk protein) free diet, as well as low carbohydrate diet.

Some self help approaches are Colon hydrotherapy, Swedish sauna as warm/cold showers. It will help eliminate some of the toxins plus alleviate some of the symptoms.

Supplements: stick to a daily multivitamin and can have a mixture of fiber with Bentonite clay in the morning on an empty stomach to eliminate some of the toxins of the disease.

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