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Neurodegenerative Disease

When diagnosed with a severe neurodegenerative disease the choice of effective medical options and their results are pathetic. Most medical treatment revolves around symptomatic treatment and not actually trying to heal the patient. In our research we have found that some diseases can mimick others. For instance on more than one occasion we have had patients diagnosed with MS (Multiple Sclerosis) and they really have a deficiency of vitamin B1 and its synergistic nutrient B12. B1 deficiency is known as BeriBeri which is an inflammation of the nerves, check out Beri Beri symptoms. We have successfully treated many patients with MS only to have their neurologists recant on their diagnosis. Another factor for neurological disease is heavy metals, mostly notably lead (Lead toxicity symptoms) and mercury (Mercury Toxicity symptoms) both of which are severely toxic to the nervous system. Many stealth microorganisms can attack the nervous system these include Human Herpes Virus 6A, Epstein Barr Virus (EBV), and Chlamydia pneumonia. Probably the most comprehensive article was published in the The British Journal of Medical Practitioners in 2009 by Garth Nicolson PhD, at the bare minimum you may want to read the following abstract:

“Chronically ill patients with neurodegenerative, neurobehavioral and psychiatric diseases commonly have systemic and central nervous system bacterial and viral infections. In addition, other chronic illnesses where neurological manifestations are routinely found, such as fatiguing and autoimmune diseases, Lyme disease and Gulf War illnesses, also show systemic bacterial and viral infections that could be important in disease inception and progression or in increasing the number and severity of signs and symptoms. Evidence of Mycoplasma species, Chlamydia pneumoniaeBorrelia burgdorferi, human herpesvirus-1, -6 and -7 and other bacterial and viral infections revealed high infection rates in the above illnesses that were not found in controls. Although the specific roles of chronic infections in various diseases and their pathogeneses have not been carefully determined, the data suggest that chronic bacterial and/or viral infections are common features of progressive chronic diseases.”

to read part 1 of this incredible article: Role of Chronic Bacterial and Viral Infections in Neurodegenerative, Neurobehavioral, Psychiatric, Autoimmune and Fatiguing Illnesses: Part 1

to read part 2 of this incredible article: Role of Chronic Bacterial and Viral Infections in Neurodegenerative, Neurobehavioural, Psychiatric, Autoimmune and Fatiguing Illnesses: Part 2


More on Lead: Health Canada on Lead

More on Mercury: Health Canada on Mercury

More on Infections causing MS: National MS Society