Gluten Intolerance Starting to Spread Like Wildfire

July 31st, 2015   |   Author: False Negative   |   No Comments
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For whatever reason, after eradicating most of the Lyme Disease from my body, my body still recognizes gluten as a foreign invader so it attacks it. And doing so, I just feel arthritis and inflammation the day after I eat gluten. Nothing super painful, but just enough to keep me from lifting weights, one of my strong passions living this beautiful thing we call life. I don’t have Celiac Disease nor do a lot of people who have this strange gluten intolerance, my intolerance keeps getting better each month, most likely it will go away, along with some of my dissipating Lyme symptoms…. But chances are, I don’t plan on going back to a bread induced diet any time soon… Read the rest of this entry »

The Divide Between Rich and Poor on Lyme Disease – IVs vs Oral Antibiotics

August 9th, 2014   |   Author: False Negative   |   No Comments

Someone made a response to the statement I made on Under Our Skin 2 video from my Covert Chronicle channel on YouTube and I thought I’d share…. This is the video here. I thought I’d share my views on the divide between the rich and poor with Lyme Disease, as well as the difference between IVs and oral antibiotics. My comments are based on what I’ve heard from ILADs doctors as well as documentaries I’ve seen in the past on capitalism. Just so you know I’m just not just conjuring these claims up in my mind! Many people with degrees and educated backgrounds in Lyme Disease have shared the same opinion. But a lot of them don’t talk about the… Read the rest of this entry »

Lyme Disease Bacteria Survives Antibiotic Treatment

April 8th, 2014   |   Author: False Negative   |   No Comments

A new study shows that Lyme Disease survives after a full round antibiotic treatment on mice. Dr. Brian Fallon just lectured at Lady of Lourdes High School in Poughkeepsie, New York about this study and many others. New York is one of the biggest epidemic areas for Borrelia burgdorferi, Lyme Disease is very endemic in this area. The mice that were treated with antibiotics, still passed on the spirochetal bacteria to ticks after the ticks fed on the mice, remember that mice are the source for Borrelia burgdorferi, not the ticks. This new mice test basically backs up the Monica E. Embers study done back in 1998, a study that showed Lyme disease still persisted after 4 to 6 months… Read the rest of this entry »

Lyme Disease Vaccine for Mice

March 9th, 2014   |   Author: False Negative   |   No Comments

There may be a new way to battle this Lyme Disease epidemic folks. U.S. Biologic is coming out with a new vaccine for mice that could help reduce the amount of people infected each year. Mice are the main source for Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria. First the ticks feed off the mice, then they later feed on humans and animals, passing on this horrible disease. According to Dr. Tom Monath, a member of the board of U.S. Biologic, this vaccine has helped reduce the amount of infected ticks by 75 percent. Imagine what this could do for people in endemic areas, if it works! I still have a lot of skepticism though, I think medical companies are in the business to… Read the rest of this entry »

Flagyl Antibiotic for Lyme Disease & Coinfections

February 18th, 2014   |   Author: False Negative   |   No Comments

I started doing videos on my YouTube channel again, The Covert Chronicle. So I recently decided to do a video on the antibiotic Flagyl and talk about why it could be so effective for people with Lyme Disease. A lot of Lyme literate doctors and scientists suggest Flagyl penetrates biofilms and breaks open cysts, but what if it actually targets certain parasites that antibiotics can’t kill. That could be why so many people stay chronically ill with Lyme Disease. See Flagyl is both antiparasitic and antibacterial, so it could be killing off Borrelia burgdorferi and parasitic coinfections all at the same time. It’s something to maybe think about and discuss, because I completely back up what Dr. Horwitz suggests, coinfections… Read the rest of this entry »

Lyme Disease Cure? Gene Defficiency

January 23rd, 2014   |   Author: False Negative   |   No Comments

Well on a positive note, it looks like researchers at Utah’s Department of Pathology have stumbled upon a breakthrough in Lyme Disease treatment. Dr. Janis Weis and professor Corey Tuscher have identified the cellular processes that influences the severity of Lyme arthritis. They say it’s a gene deficiency that’s causes some people to get sick and others not. “We’ve identified a gene, a pathway, and potentially a therapeutic strategy.” It’s possible that this could lead to cure. If you think about it, if you give your body what it lacks to fight the disease, your body could actually cure itself. But then again, if what Dr. Alan MacDonald is saying is true about biofilms and cysts, this may just help… Read the rest of this entry »

Lyme Disease Meme for Banker Ina Drew

January 23rd, 2014   |   Author: False Negative   |   No Comments

If you haven’t heard of JPMorgan’s $6 Billion Case of Lyme Disease by now, I thought I’d mention it here on my blog with a sense of humor! The rich are always cracking jokes about the disese, like David Letterman, I thought I’d send one their way! It’s absolutely amazing how many people are getting affected with this disease nowadays, it’s absolutely ridiculous. But the good thing about it, the disease doesn’t discriminate! Just as much as it affects the poor, it also affects the rich as well! Ina Drew, the executive for JPMorgan Chase got infected with Lyme disease in 2010. Since then Ina Drew has been making bad investments for the company. Some say Lyme disease ended up… Read the rest of this entry »

Yolanda Foster Fighting for Her Life Because of Lyme Disease

January 23rd, 2014   |   Author: False Negative   |   1 Comment

It seems like every other day, I see an article about Yolanda Foster dealing with Lyme Disease. I’m really tired of hearing about her! I feel for the woman, but there are millions of others suffering with the disease that don’t have money for treatment. These are the people that should be in news and getting help! Every week when I look up Lyme on Google, there’s another article about her. The recent one, I found suggests that she’s been fighting for life. The article states that the former model had such severe neurological Lyme disease, it shut down the function of my left frontal lobe. She couldn’t read or write for eight months. It was so bad Doctor decided… Read the rest of this entry »

My Father might have Lyme Disease in Leonard Michigan

January 23rd, 2014   |   Author: False Negative   |   No Comments

My dad has had GI problems for the past year, I told him multiple times it could possibly be Borrelia burgdorferi wreaking havoc in his gut, but my mother and him have kind of dismissed it. He’s been on a gluten diet for a year and half now, any time he eats grain with gluten, it gives some severe stomach problems. I think he’s been had other symptoms coming and going, but he hasn’t told me. Now after a year of GI problems, he’s having headaches and head pressure, just recently ended up in the emergency room because of pinching in his chest, kind of like pins and needles. I’m almost positive now what it is? After the doctors did… Read the rest of this entry »

Massive Moose Die Off, Most Likely Ticks & Lyme disease the Culprit

January 11th, 2014   |   Author: False Negative   |   No Comments

With the rise of Lyme disease now hitting 300,000+ Americans each year, it’s no surprise to me to find other animals being hit just as hard too. Articles are surfacing around the web of where moose are dying off in massive droves, the culprit? Well scientists don’t know for sure, but they are sometimes finding 100,000 ticks on just one moose! Now that’s nasty, imagine how many different coinfections these moose are getting infected with along with Lyme disease. Plenty of diseases to take down a 1000 pound moose, that’s for sure. Our friends over at Northern Wild claim moose are testing positive for Lyme disease, so to me that’s a clear sign. Some articles have claim that climate change… Read the rest of this entry »

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