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SacredHeart
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Does anyone else experience and INCREASE in pain if you eat anything containing sugar? Why is this?

Has anyone ever tried a pro-biotic enema? If so, did your lyme symptoms seem to go away?

Is a coffee enema a good idea in order to get things flushed out for liver detox? Has anyone ever tried it?

Has anyone else tried this? Is this person on to something?
http://www.truthaboutlymedisease.com/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=1934

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I read the article about molybdenum and its crazy on how much that describes me. It's part of my new protocol (Jernigan's) but I didn't really know what it was but when I started taking it I felt so much worse then Id feel better for a bit then feel awful again. Think theyr on to something there

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SacredHeart
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Has it helped you improve overall?

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Brussels
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Sugar is anyway not good for anything. I mean, just added sugar. It will make your body acid, and it will feed some unwanted fungi or candida.

I think virtually everyone with chronic lyme treating it for long will try to be away from both sugar and alcohol, at least, during treatment.

We get to know how bad impact these two things have in our health.

As for probiotic enema, I never tried it. I hope someone else will post an answer for you.

I don't think a single procedure will make lyme + coinfections dormant for good, but I'm sure that helping the body to detox, plus adding good probiotics to the gut will certainly help your health.

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Increase in pain from sugar is probably inflammation/yeast. Sugar is so bad for people--it makes cancer grow exponentially, which tells you how bad it is.

Interesting link on molybdenum. I can't detox either (genes), so I take molybdenum. Also, coffee enemas are the best, and so worth it.

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