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Dr. Horowitz Speak on Babesia and Specific Successful Treatments


A great Video for those of us with Babesia. Explanation for air hunger, drenching sweats, and more. Dr. Horowitz explains why it is so hard to get better when we have co-infections – all in under 4 minutes.

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Cheap low-maintenance Lyme and mold treatments


HEre is a link to where I get mangosteen powder. It lasts a long time. Antibacterial as well as anti-inflammatory. one of Bryan Rosner’s Top 10 Lyme treatments. www.superorganicfoods.com 100% mangosteen juice: amzn.to Greens 8000 – actually tastes kinda good – sometimes you can find for $21 or so on amazon prime amzn.to Garden of LIfe perfect food: usually around $23 amzn.to Goji berries (oddly seem to be on sale today, Jan 30): they are usually around $17 amzn.to 100% Goji juice: amzn.to

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New research into treatments for Lyme disease


www.lyme-disease-research-database.com Eva Sapi PhD explains her research into further understanding Lyme disease with the hopes to come up with an effective Lyme treatment. The Lyme Disease Expert Interview Audio Series.

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Biotoxin 101: Part 1 (Mold,CFIDS and Fibro Treatments)


In part 1 of this installment, Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker speaks about various biotoxin related illnesses such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Lyme Disease and Mold. More available at www.biotoxin.info Why Haven’t I Ever Heard of Biotoxins & Biotoxin Illness Before? You probably have heard of it, only it was called something else like Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFIDS), Fibromyalgia, Chronic Lyme Disease (CLD), Mold Illness, or ADHD (see “Other Names for Biotoxin Illness” below). The discoveries and the science behind how biotoxins are involved in these illnesses and disorders is fairly new. Ritchie Shoemaker, MD presented some of our most recent Chronic Fatigue research and treatment findings at The International Association for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome conference held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in January of 2007. We have also just completed a soon to be published ground-breaking study on the health effects of mold exposure. Many progressive doctors around the country endorse the use of our on-line test and the cholestyramine-based treatment protocol pioneered by Ritchie Shoemaker, MD. Remember though, that medical advances are ultimately driven through peer-reviewed publication in medical journals. These studies are expensive and time consuming and our recent peer-reviewed publications will help advance these discoveries into mainstream medicine. Soon many more doctors will be aware of biotoxins and the role they play in chronic illness. That said, many leading

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New Treatments!


I’ve been de-diagnosed with having Chronic Lyme Disease, and re-diagnosed with HHV-6, and the Chronic Ehrlichia is staying steady. I’ve also added Adrenal Insufficiency (bordering on Addison’s Disease) and immune imbalance. I’m excited to find out more pieces of the puzzle and hopefully I’ll make some progress. I will “herx” though.

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How Lyme Disease and it’s Treatments Work.


A 3d animation describing how Lyme disease works inside your body. And a lecture on different Lyme disease treatments Visit us at www.envita.com For a more in-depth discussion of Lyme disease and its treatment, watch our pre-recorded short webinars. We will walk you through the strategies and explain how Envita Medical Centers approaches treatment. From informal surveys we’ve taken, most patients and doctors feel our educational webinars have improved their understanding of Lyme disease by over 75%. As always, the best prescription is education! Let us take you through our PPMR preliminary personalized medical review using our international medical team, to learn more call 1-866-830-4576

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