On 9.29.2022, an 18 year old female presented with a diagnosis of Crohn's disease. She reported having regular flares of severe abdominal pain; some which led to hospitalizations for bowel obstruction. This woman did not have any flares while doing my protocol and reached remission before the protocol was complete.
She had been taking Remicaid at one point. She had discontinued the medication after changing her diet before seeing me. She had reached out to me on a referral from a friend who had seen results from my work with her partner.
Initial Daily Symptom Presentation
Background: Polymyalgia rheumatica is categorized as an inflammatory disorder. Muscle pain and stiffness, especially in the neck, shoulders, arms and hips, buttocks, thighs, wrists, hands, and in extreme cases, the lower extremities. Symptoms may also include intermittent fevers, fatigue, general malaise, loss of appetite, depression and more. More uncategorized symptoms associated with other autoimmune presentations commonly present as well. Polymyalgia rheumatica generally presents in people older than 65 and rarely affects people younger than 50. According to Medline and the general perception of Western medical diagnostics, the cause of polymyalgia rheumatica is unknown.1
Objectives: This case study provides a holistic treatment approach to polymyalgia rheumatica using Chinese medicine.
Methods: A male in his 60s (exact...
You're going to find all kinds of information on what to do when you get bit by a tick. But you it is really important to consider all the other other ways pathogens can get transmitted. Check out the Dr. Lynch's Pathogenic Transmission blog post. People should be just as concerned about other forms of transmission than just a tick bite. Use your head. Think for yourself. Take some saliva from your mouth and look at it on a slide under a high powered microscope. Do you see bacteria? Do you see spirochetes? Would you say that it may be possible to transmit saliva from one human to another containing the bacteria in their mouths? Or would just the saliva be swapped and the bacteria remains the owners mouth? What about a dog licking your face, mouth, eyes? Can Lyme disease pathogens be transmitted from a dog to a human? I'm not saying it can, because the CDC says there is no scientific evidence saying it can, and there may not be, but think for yourself. Something we need to do...
Lyme disease is a Western medical diagnosis made by a positive antibody blood test of the single generation spirochete bacteria, borrelia Bougdorferi. There are over 300 borrelia documented types of spirochetes, as well many named and un-named spirochetes; all of which, their DNA is always in a state of flux. This makes antibody and PCR testing very difficult to nail down exact infections. Thousands, if not millions of spirochetes can be responsible for similar or same symptoms associated with the single spirochete pathogen associated with the positive borrelia Bougdorferi test.
Lyme disease is taken after the syphilis model. The syphilis spirochete, Treponema pallidum and the Lyme disease spirochete, borrelia Bougdorferi are very similar. They have the same appearance; they behave the same way in the body, and they cause the same type of damage. Differentiating factors are not relevant in this case.1
Though there are many different species and phylum of...
Lyme Diet Research
The Lyme disease diet is fairly complex, but with the right mindset, one can get it and do it right. When I had Lyme disease, mold and co-infections, I knew foods exacerbated symptoms. My pathogenic load was so high, I had to be extremely careful not to consume foods that fed and excited pathogens, which would in turn trigger immune reactions. Common sense and trial and error was the way I figured it out. After I beat these infections, I went on to research the foods and biochemical compounds that feed infections to support the Lyme disease diet. Without supportive research, all people have to go on is one's word and their own experience. Even though one's word can be enough, research backed science is many times appreciated.
Lyme disease diet abstentions are foods with sucrose, fructose, lactose, alpha-galactose and mucilage, along with all vinegars (except apple cider vinegar), fermented foods, legumes, grains and carbohydrates. Less than 1 gram per...
Tick bites are a form of transmission of Lyme disease and the most well-known, however they are not the only form of transmission. Mosquito, fleas, bedbugs and other biting insects have also been known to carry Lyme related pathogens as well other infecting microbes.
Mosquitos in particular many times carry malarial pathogens, such as bartonella. They can also carry viruses such as West Nile viruses. There was a study in Czechoslovakia done on 4,898 vectors; 26 species of mosquitos, black flies and tabinid flies. 23% found Lyme disease spirochetes by way of dark field microscopy, viewed in the guts of these vectors, most of them, mosquitos. Vectors inhabiting marshy areas or lakes have been found more likely to carry these pathogens.
Ticks will carry viruses, some of which are deadly; also, spirochetes, parasites and other malarial pathogens. In the French Ardennes, a study was conducted on 267 Ixodes ricinusfemale ticks. High-throughput real-time PCR tests were conducted on the...
The MTHFR gene mutation is one of the biggest hurdles of treating people with Lyme disease or MSIDS. When people cannot tolerate antimicrobial herbs or even antibiotics in small doses, then the detoxification pathway is compromised. Methylated B vitamins is what not to take! Without going into much detail, the MTHFR gene mutation is a genetic mutation that gets turned on in people wh develop chronic infections. The inability to detoxify with chronic infections can be very frustrating. People cannot ever feel better unless proper detoxification takes place. With the MTHFR gene mutation, folic acid is commonly not converted in the body to methyl folate. Methyl folate is helpful, but NOT ESSENTIAL, as some doctors who self-refer themselves to as “epigenetic specialists” say methyl folate is essential with detoxification.
People many times get worse with methyl folate supplementation, as methyl folate and...
Dr. Lynch's Lyme Disease and Autoimmune Recovery Protocol
Dr. Lynch has dedicated his career to helping people overcome Lyme and autoimmune related illnesses. Dr. Lynch combines essential dietary modifications, supplements and herbal therapy to effectively treat and coach people back to health. Dr. Lynch recovered from Lyme and autoimmune disease with this very protocol. Since then he has helped many others reach and remain in remission. Dr. Lynch looks forward to helping you.