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smokingsky
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Has anyone read this book written by a physician who suffered from Lyme? I haven't read it but apparently he developed a natural protocol for treating Lyme.

I wondered if the book was worth buying and if anyone has tried his methods and if they worked.

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I havent heard of him. I saw where it said he suffered from fibro not lyme. Maybe he had both...or maybe he thinks they are the same thing

So no comment yet...im reading sample on kindle...

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Just ordered the book yesterday from Amazon. Will post when I get it.

After reviewing the table of contents and the index I am honestly not expecting much new from the book. It looks a lot like a copycat approach to what other N.D.'s have proposed.

Emphasis on diet and detox and very little on killing pathogens. Only one page on Babesia for example and none on bartonella.

I always like to read about different supplements and hope there is something new about supplements for pain or sleep or something like that.

Bea Seibert

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Thank you for your responses. Bea let us know what you think
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Thank you for your responses. Bea let us know what you think
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I have this book but haven't read it yet as I just got it.

A friend of mine who lives in NC went to see this author and he only believes in treating Lyme with antibiotics in the beginning and there after with herbs.

He did have Lyme and apparently is well and continues to take herbs to maintain his health.

His medical practice does not focus on Lyme - mainly on keeping healthy in general and he has developed a line of supplements that he focuses on.

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If anyone orders the book at Amazon... don't forget to click on the ad to the left of the screen so LN gets a kickback!

Any time you order from Amazon, you can come here and click on the link to help Lymenet!

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