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jklynd
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https://news.google.com/news/more?pz=1&cf=all&topic=m&ncl=dM9gXFTon4CL-SM5ibm2pC0yT9Z9M

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desertwind
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Yeah, saw that a while ago.

I cannot tolerate beef since having TBI's.

I am concerned about the bovine pericardium patch in the back of my head/brain. Had that put in as part of surgery when I thought I was TBI free but was not.

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I have gone vegan and my symptoms have lessened a ton. I love meat, but I am feeling so much better. I am also gluten free, low fat, and sugar free.

I am starting to get more used to it, it was pretty hard at first. I would suggest giving it a try to see if you get relief.

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I wonder how much it has to do with Lyme's effect on stomach acid. I know I had low stomach acid due to the disease, which allowed parasites to grow and made me have digestive issues. Acid is needed to digest meat.

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This is interesting in what we are asked to do with the FL1953 bug. Veggie diet/low fat, no meats.

It's all coming together on why we feel better when we stick to the whole food way of eating.

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moving to general support

always check General Support for news articles ..Most are posted there.

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