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Ellen101
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Interesting site on vitamins and supps and what to avoid.
http://healthwyze.org/index.php/component/content/article/151-the-supplementation-problem-and-our-supplement-recommendations.html

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Judie
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Mushrooms??? I disagree that those should be avoided.

If it's from a quality brand I don't see the issue.

Even Dr. B and Dr. R. say reishi is helpful.

Dr. B's Guidelines:
http://www.ilads.org/lyme/B_guidelines_12_17_08.pdf

Dr. R's paper on supplements and advanced treatments for Lyme
http://www.treatlyme.net/storage/documents/Version2.0TreatmentManual.pdf

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Ellen101
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I know what you mean Judie. Some of it I'm not sure about..but other stuff makes you concerned.
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I agree, it is pretty eye-opening how some of this stuff is made.

I do like this part of what's said:

"The best vitamins are always those from foods as God made them. There is no pill substitute for a good diet. Supplements are able to somewhat "supplement" a diet that is lacking in a specific nutrient, but they will never be able to replace good nutrition."

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Agreed! I know for me the less I use the better I feel. Getting my nutrients from a healthy unprocessed grain free diet seems to work much better for me.
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Mushrooms can feed yeast.

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Opinions, not medical advice!

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The soil food is grown in these days has been depleted and may not contain the nutritional content it should.

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