- Paperback: 550 pages
- Publisher: BookSurge Publishing; 1 edition (February 1, 2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1439226989
- ISBN-13: 978-1439226988
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.2 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #239,364 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Lyme Disease Solution 1st Edition
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About the Author
Kenneth B. Singleton, M.D., M.P.H., is a board-certified physician specializing in internal medicine. One of the most trusted voices in the medical field of Lyme disease today, Dr. Singleton earned his master's degree of public health from Johns Hopkins University and received training in acupuncture from UCLA. He completed his training in internal medicine at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, and has been practicing medicine since 1981. His medical practice is located in Towson, Maryland. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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This is what I do..short version for my Celiac:
No gluten/dairy/soy/sugar/GMO...vitamins/good oils, LDN (helps to block hidden gluten), detoxing may help. 2000mg of fish oil, 5000IU of Vit D3, Mg citrate, zinc, Vit C, Vit E, evening primrose oil 2000mg, lecithin 2000mg, alpha lipoic acid, HCl and enyzmes with meals, dairy free probiotic (when stomach acid is low), Vit B12 methylcobalamin shot/spray/under the tongue kind/intrinsic factor kind, MTHF, rhodiola, coenzyme Q10, Nature's plus- Source of life multiple and more may help. Gluten is wheat/barley/rye..oats may act like gluten with avenin. GMO maybe corn/soy/canola oil and more. Olive oil maybe fake and be GMO corn oil. Any food in a box/bag/label...certified gluten free may have 20ppm of gluten and nuts not in the shell/meat basting/some spices/lotions/make up and more may have hidden gluten. Microscopic gluten may hurt. Alternative doctors/chiropractors and more may help with nutrition, but Asian style only food may help and no American food. Good water..not tap water...exercise...cooking by scratch..eating organic...sunlight... may help.
Far Infrared Sauna may help Lyme and detoxing. EDTA/DMPS IV chelations or 600mg of cilantro or organic sulfur or Now brand- Detox support, Epsom salt/baking soda bath may help detox. Epsom salt has Mg and S in it, may help detox.
A Chinese restaurant cooks special for me..blanched vegetables/rice/tea/extra mushrooms..no meat since the woks may have MSG/gluten in them from other meals. Tests may not work to diagnose Celiac. Cyrex labs may help. Alternative people may help. Palehacks on Facebook may help. Best wishes.
I started antibiotic treatment for neurological Lyme in December 2008 and this book has helped me tremendously. It turns out I have had Lyme since 1996, and I had not realized how it had insidiously stole my quality of life for a decade or so.
This book explained the symptoms of Lyme as well as symptoms of all the other co-infections like Babesia, Erlichia, Bartonella, etc. Then it even explained which antibiotics fight each co-infection! I really appreciated that. From reading the book, I realized I also probably had Babesia as well because of the symptoms at onset. I am on a medication for that, too which has really helped.
Also, crucial to the understanding of my present Lyme treatment, it explained which antibiotics attacked the three forms of Lyme: spirochete, L form, and cystic form. It was partially as a result of this knowledge that I decided to take on an additional regimen of Bicillin-LA IM injections which has accelerated my progress immensely. I may have been too scared to do the injections if I hadn't understood this important point about eventually attacking the three forms simultaneously. All the antibiotic explanations served to increase my confidence in my treatment because it also confirmed the use of other drugs to break up the cystic form, etc.
Lastly, this book really explained the true importance of taking the probiotics, because gut health is extremely important to be able to get the full benefit from the antibiotics and the immune system. Dr. Singleton's book outlined a "Lyme Inflammation Diet" which, while I didn't follow religiously, I have more or less adhered to, and it really mitigated my Herxheimer reactions. That diet is a bit similar to the famous Core Plan of the Weight Watchers diet, with special attention to certain beneficial spices often found in Indian food, which I love anyway. It explains other beneficial supplements and herbs, and while I have not got into many of them yet, it's good to have that as a reference when I get to that point.
If you think you have Lyme, and that you may have had it for a long time, I seriously counsel you to get this book, get a good 'Lyme Literate' doctor, and check out the new film about Lyme at [...] I think that this book and that film are your best bet in making the decision to get your health and your life back. There's a lot of resources in the back of the book too as well as on the internet that you can find.
I can't believe how many symptoms I had that I put down to 'normal aging.' If you live in an area that has high populations of ticks, this book should probably be in your local library in the interests of public health. There appears to be a revolution about how Lyme is treated, and this book by Dr. Ken Singelton is at the very heart of it.
If you can only afford one Lyme book right now, this would be the one to get.
a resident of
Putnam Valley, NY
The real treatments cost a lot more and can cost tens of thousands for difficult cases.
Some studies (watch the documenatary on Youtube= "Under Our Skin" and you'll learn a LOT.) IT seems to reveal that Parkinson's, MS, ALS, and large majority of Alzheimer's patients have LYME. (don't forget Steven Hawking too.)
Memory loss. arthritis, body aches, tired, weak, and many seemingly unrelated problems.