MSIDS (multi systemic infectious disease syndrome – or Lyme with friends) patients are faced with numerous decisions when they finally get diagnosed: 1) Finding a LLMD (lyme literate doctor – specially trained to effectively treat the disease(s), 2) Having to change ingrained habits such as diet, sleep habits, and basically revamping everything in their lives, despite the fact they are often cognitively impaired and can hardly think let alone make major decisions. It can be an enormous task just separating medications!
The following video is excellent at explaining many nutritional myths we’ve grown up with including – fat is bad. It also points out a few things that are helpful for weight loss, since many MSIDS patients gain weight while in treatment.
It also discusses digestive enzymes with ingredients I cover in the article about systemic enzymes: https://madisonarealymesupportgroup.wordpress.com/2016/04/22/systemic-enzymes/
Warning: It does become an infomercial toward the end. Again, I’m not selling anything or advocating this particular brand. You could just as easily take each of these ingredients separately; however, it may help some of you get started, particularly if you don’t have the brain power to hunt down all of these things yourself. Some LLMD’s personally go to supplement labs and have reputable supplements in their office which can truly help with decisions patients have to make. Others; however, only give antibiotics. Since this disease(s) is so invasive and can infect and monkey with every part of the body, it’s imperative to replace what the body isn’t making or is imbalanced in, have a good, nutritional diet, as well as making sure the body is detoxing all of these dead organisms.
http://3harmfulfoods.com/video_022516a_5.php Dr. Amy Lee, Bariatric Physician
Dr. Lee has board certifications in internal medicine, physician nutrition and obesity medicine specialty. She practices internal medicine with a heavy emphasis on nutrition, wellness and weight management. Her goal is to standardize a diet plan that is evidence based through educating her patients and providing proven solutions that work.
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