Resist Lyme disease with these 5 steps:

Post-images.010 “One simply cannot expect to recover from chronic Lyme disease without addressing metal toxicity” - Dr. Donald Liebell of Virginia Beach, Virginia. When a highly toxic, acidic (low pH) body is infected with the Lyme bacteria, it cannot rid itself of the disease. Borrelia burgdorferi thrives in a toxic, acidic environment, adding further to the acidity by producing...

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Lyme disease - it’s official

Post-images.009 Lyme disease is an illness transmitted by ticks infected with the Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria. Originally more common in the US, this infectious disease is now becoming increasingly prevalent across Canada. The symptoms include rashes, fever, fatigue, and arthritis-like feelings. The disease can also cause heart, brain, and nerve problems. In Canada, there is now new hope for those suffering from...

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Lyme disease linked to toxicity and mercury

Hospital Dr. W. Lee Cowden, MD, from the University of Texas Medical School, makes the connection between toxicity and Lyme disease: “The most important thing we've learned is that if you don't continue to work on getting the physical toxins out of the body, the few remaining microbes that can survive the aggressive therapy with herbals or pharmaceuticals,...

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