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Greetings and welcome to my Lyme disease blog, a comfy cozy (and sometimes crazy!) place for cutting-edge information, encouragement and insight into the fastest-growing epidemic disease in the United States. In this blog you will find everything from bug-killing strategies to immune system and hormone help, as well as lifestyle and spiritual suggestions for healing from chronic illness involving Lyme disease. The information contained within this blog is based upon my own healing journey and what I have learned over the past eight years as I have been diligently digging and researching my way back to a better state of health. May you find it to be a source of hope, inspiration and wisdom in your own journey towards wellness.
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Published August, 2009
Written by Connie Strasheim
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Tuesday, March 27, 2007
What can a Lyme disease sufferer do? Actually, quite a few options exist for reducing inflammation in the body. Most of us already take Vitamin C and essential fatty acids (such as fish and flax oil) for multiple purposes, and these are also good for combatting the big I. Proteolytic enzymes also rank at the top of the list.
Bromelain, or pineapple enzyme, is likewise beneficial, and this has the added benefit of breaking down fibrin and thereby reducing hypercoagulation, a common condition in Lyme disease.
Finally, herbs aplenty exist for separating Inflammation from its pal Borrelia. Turmeric is one. I personally love seasoning my meats and veggies with this Indian spice. Aloe vera juice, boswellia, echinacea, ginger, goldenseal, pau d' arco, red clover and yucca are other options.
Olive leaf extract likewise contributes to reducing the impact of Inflammation on the body, with the added benefit that it is also anti-bacterial. That's bad news for Borrelia!
Eating foods high in flavinoids (which are super anti-oxidants) is another useful strategy for severing the Borrelia-Inflammation relationship. Spinach and berries are examples of good sources for this.