Dr. Eva Sapi – Bacterial Biofilms and Lyme Disease
What Are Bacterial Biofilms? A Six Minute Montage
Biofilm Buster Protocol
Lyme bacteria Cyst formation with detail
Lyme Bacteria: Morphology and “Cysts” Death or Dormant
Borrelia Burgdorferi, the causative bacteria in Lyme Disease, is capable of transforming into three distinct bacterial forms: spirochete, cell-wall-deficient, and cyst. This transformation occurs for the purpose of bacterial survival and proliferation in the human body.
Each form has different characteristics and vulnerabilities; hence, each form must be treated differently.
This book provides guidance for treating all three bacterial forms. You should expect nothing less from a Lyme Disease treatment guidebook―any treatment program that fails to do this is, quite simply, ineffective.
Here is a chart excerpted from Chapter 11 of the book, “The Top Ten Lyme Disease Treatments.” This chart summarizes the characteristics of each bacterial form, as well as their appropriate (and inappropriate) treatments.
When beginning Lyme Disease treatment, it is imperative to understand Borrelia Burgdorferi and develop a treatment plan that targets not just the well-known spirochete form of the bacteria, but also the more elusive cyst and cell-wall-deficient
Description The Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments: Defeat Lyme Disease with the Best of Conventional and Alternative Medicine
Bryan Rosner, Julie Byers (Editor), Michael Huckleberry (Editor), Foreword by James Schaller,Paperback, English-language edition,Pub by Lymebook.Com
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