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D Bergy
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I have a friend who has Hashimotos. I am helping him to figure out the cause.

He has other symptoms consistent with Bartonella such as swollen feet after he is on them for some time. More than typical. Chest tightness and sometimes stabbing pain.
He also has stomach problems. Sugar in particular bothers him a lot.

I can tie the rest to Bart, but has anyone else that has Bart, had the sugar problem? Huge stomach upset from eating it?
I have a niece with the same stomach problem. If this is common maybe I can kill two birds with one stone.

Thank you for any input you may have.

Dan

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Hmmm... a long shot maybe ..

But I swell up from eating foods high in salicylates. Sugar is usually made from corn.

Corn is a problem for those with salicylate sensitivity. Lyme and Co's can cause food sensitivities .. so...

Chest tightness goes right along with it.

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Candida probably. And/or high blood sugar issue.
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I get hypoglycemic and crave sugar, i have bad bart case . I think it can affect pancreas and liver too... how often do you rife for it dan ?...trying 1 x a day but i am treating really hard other things modalities..do you use kinesiology? Maybe cpn? I have that too

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D Bergy
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I don't use kinesiology. Wouldnt even know how.

When my wife's Bart was bad, I treated as often as possible. I also had her take cumanda because while I could kill some of it, the Bart seemed to reproduce faster than I could get rid of it.

Now, I really don't know if she has any or not. If she does, it is very little as there are not any symptoms or responses to treatment any longer. I still treat it with one frequency of 832 Hz when I treat Lyme. She does still have Lyme, but it is under control now. Don't have to treat it often.

One of these days, when we reduce our work load, I will give it a good try at eliminating it again.

Yeast seems like a good candidate for the sugar thing, but it must not be a typical yeast. Seems way to invasive. Everyone has it but why is it such a problem for some and not for others?

Dan

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