Christianmom Posted January 25, 2013 Report Share Posted January 25, 2013 My son is doing very well for the most part. Doctor recently said my son's lyme is reduced to about 40%, and he not testing for any active viruses. Though overall my son is doing well, we seem to have setbacks in the morning. This past week has been especially bad. Basically, he just has trouble getting going in the morning and this sets off his OCD which hinders him from completely his school work in a timely manner--though he is able to complete it which is a big improvement for him. He is not a big breakfast eater, though he does eat breakfast because he knows he has too. But he doesn't eat much because he doesn't feel good if he does (I understand this because I am the same way). Anyway, after lunch he always improves. I'm not sure exactly why he improves. He eats a large lunch, but usually he also takes his "lyme cocktail" at that time. I know that is partly why he improves, but I don't think it is all of it. Unfortunately, by the afternoon he's frustrated because he has so much school left because he struggled in the morning. I was wondering if possibly his problem is low cholesterol (150). He probably also has low blood pressure. Also, I thought I read a post from JuliaFaith that I thought said something about chlorella lowering cholesterol. He is on a low dose of chlorella now (15 per day). He doesn't do well when I up it any higher. Perhaps the chlorella is the whole problem. Perhaps it's because I upped his glutathione from 1 100 mg. tablet to 2. But he was having trouble before I upped it (actually that's why I upped it). He is also somewhat hypoglycemic. But should his blood sugar level have that much of an impact on him? And what can I do about it if he can't eat any more for breakfast than he's already eating? Does anyone have any suggestions? Here's what he's on: Methyl B-12 shots every 3 days, 0.9 mg. CORE 4/day Borage oil (2 per day) chlorella 15/day glutathione -- 200 mg/day (just upped from 100 mg/day) mimosa 1/2 t/day (started this about 6 weeks ago for parasite maintenance) hydrozyme 3/day 5-mthf -- 1 mg. 1/day magnesium -- 100 mg. 4/day pinella -- 6 drops/day basic b-coomplex -- 2/day K. bab, K. bart, K. harmony, K. merc. mixture made up in the office viressence -- 1 dropper full/day for virus maintenance (he is not testing for any active viruses by ART or bloodwork) "lyme cocktail" (in place of antibiotics) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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