Marshall Protocol

marshall-protocol

The Marshall Protocol for Lyme Disease

Patients on the Marshall Protocol take a medication called olmesartan (called Benicar in the US), which is able to bind and activate the VDR by pushing 25-D and bacterial proteins out of the receptor. Patients also lower levels of 25-D in the body by avoiding the kinds of vitamin D present in various foods.

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