quote:Originally posted by luvs2ride: My doctor started me on hydrochloric acid but my stomach rebelled. He was not going after Lyme but rather trying to determine if I had enough acid in my stomach since I have leaky gut.
My stomach rebellion is supposed to indicate my acid levels are normal or elevated and does not need the HA supplement.
Was this through IV, or down the throat? In the article, it talks about people having alot of acid in their stomach, but getting well with IV hydrochloric acid.
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I LOVED seeing the LIA- Lyme Induced Autism- update on the think tank- VERY [email protected]!!
And Margie Roswell is fun-!!!
But I wish they would have done a conflict of interest release about the authors in this- Just fyo "Dr." Jernigan is not an MD at all- he is a chiropractor and is- Dr. David Jernigan, D.C., B.S. is the founder of The Next Generation Wellness Centers and serves as Chairman/CEO of Jernigan Nutraceuticals, Inc.
btw I do believe chiropractors can really help people, but it is not being an MD*!)*)!!
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They are not really MDs and I get a bit tired of them trying to pretend that they are. Not that they all do this but enough of them do.
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