Overcoming Lyme Disease Naturally

In regions across the United States, it no longer feels safe to work in the garden or walk in the woods. Many of these once benign outdoor places now host disease-ridden deer ticks, which are the main carriers of Lyme disease (LD), one of the fastest growing infectious diseases here and in Europe. For people who work and play outdoors, ticks have become our biggest enemy.

Unfortunately, many people who have been bitten by a LD-carrying tick have no clue they have ever been exposed.

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Your immune system is a complex connection tasked with the responsibility of fighting infection and handling possible threats to the health and safety of the human body. It is a complex network that develops strengths, weaknesses, and specific reactions to chemical compounds and microorganisms.  An immune system can target and identify these substances or microorganisms and coordinate an effective response. This response is often a way to protect the body from the potential effects or side-effects from the substance or microorganism.

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Lyme Disease On The Rise



As the weather gets warmer, we enjoy more time outdoors. With warm weather comes more exposure to tick bites, which can lead to Lyme Disease. Lyme disease is a bacterial infection of Borrellia burgdorferi, a spirochete bacterium that can take many shapes once it infects humans.

The typical sign from a tick bite would be a ” bulls eye” rash accompanied with fever and pain. However, this really isn’t the best indicator to prove that you have been bitten by a tick.

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Why your Allergies may be worse than ever





With allergy season in full swing it’s important to stay healthy. You not only want to survive, but thrive throughout these challenging months.

Seasonal allergies affect millions of people. Symptoms can range from itchy watery eyes, runny nose, sneezing, skin rashes, itchy throat, wheezing, congestion and headaches.
Theses symptoms are your body’s way of telling you something is wrong. They are a reaction to foreign substances,

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Dr. Ingels chapter from “Cutting Edge Therapies for Autism 2011-2012”

Allergy Desensitization: An Effective Alternative Treatment for Autism

By Darin Ingels, ND

Allergies and asthma affect more than 50 million people living in the United States and comprise the sixth leading cause of physician office visits. Children with autism often have impaired immune function and may be predisposed to allergy symptoms.[i],[ii] Studies also show that children with autism have multiple defects in immune function and that the severity of immune dysfunction is proportional to the severity of autism.

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