The Importance of Amino Acids for Chronic Lyme Disease

The following thought-provoking information has been generously given by Geraldine, a chronic Lyme sufferer. Geraldine owned a massage school “BL” (before Lyme) 15 years ago, and has researched many aspects of coping with Lyme and the parasites and co-infections that are so comm…

The following thought-provoking information has been generously given by Geraldine, a chronic Lyme sufferer.

Geraldine owned a massage school “BL” (before Lyme) 15 years ago, and has researched many aspects of coping with Lyme and the parasites and co-infections that are so common with chronic Lyme sufferers. I have added some links and further references to her submission but most of the text is from her

hand.

Unfortunately, and surprisingly there are hostile factions within the chronic Lyme community, and in the spirit of working together, her personal experience begins with this compassionate start:

“Whenever, you meet with someone for anything, always ask yourself, how can we empower each other?”

I want to share something with you that is helping me.

You may know about it already, and perhaps I am preaching to the choir, but for those who do not

know about the importance of amino acids in our struggle to recover our health, this is what I have learned.

I want to say right upfront that I am not trying to sell you anything. I am just pointing to some important research that I think has great merit.

This is what I have learned from my own experience, but remember you should always consult your primary care physician before changing anything in your own health protocol.

I first learned of the critical importance of amino acids for

chronic illness from

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