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  • Chronic Degenerative Diseases
  • Autoimmune Diseases

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  • All types of Cancers
  • Viruses and Hepatitis C
  • Lyme Disease
  • Diabetes
  • Severe Allergies/Environmental Illness
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  • GBS
  • Lupus
  • Heart Disease
  • Lymphedema
  • Bell's palsy
  • Osteoporosis
  • Otosclerosis
  • Fibromyalgia

Please note that OVITAL INSTITUTE general recommendations are NEVER a replacement for following your doctor’s advice.***

VIRUSES AND HEPATITIS C: General Recommendations

Hepatitis C can be a persistent, serious problem, but there are alternative treatments that can often help. All patients must follow the instructions of their physicians and use medications as prescribed for their particular case. Conventional treatments for the disease often do help, at times, considerably.

Hepatitis C is technically an RNA virus (as opposed to a DNA type virus), whose existence only in recent years has come to light. When I was in medical school during the 1980’s, my professors knew there was a form of hepatitis other than the classic and well described hepatitis A and hepatitis B, which had been dubbed “Non-A non-B.” Hepatitis A comes from contaminated water, food and restaurant employees who don’t wash their hands after going to the bathroom. Hepatitis B, potentially more serious than A, was associated at the time with blood transfusions. During the late 1980’s scientists realized that there were several such “Non-A non-B” forms of the disease, including C, D, E, and others as well.

Though our understanding of Hep C is recent, of course the disease is hardly new. Blood samples of WWII veterans were examined after Hep C had been identified, and many had evidence of the virus, though often the carriers appeared not to have been ill with the disease.

Hep C is transmitted via the intravenous route, often, until testing for it became commonplace, from contaminated transfusions and blood products. I have a patient who contracted Hep C from a shot of immunoglobulin, ironically given as prophylaxis against Hep B in the 1980’s.

For those who develop an acute viral syndrome, Hep C tends to be far more persistent than A or B. 99% of those with A recover completely, 90% of those with B recover, but for those with Hep C, 80-90% of those who go through an acute syndrome stay infected with the virus.

The most widely used conventional treatments, interferon and ribavarin, can produce diminished viral loads, even to zero, in many cases but not all. The virus may reactivate after a quiet time after treatment. Ribavarin blocks iron utilization by the virus, and essentially kills it, while interferon stimulates immune responses against the virus.

Patients with active Hep C need the virus controlled, and the damage caused by the virus stabilized and hopefully reversed. Hepatitis virus, by definition – the prefix Hep refers to “liver” – means inflammation of the liver. All hepatitis viruses, whether they be A. B. C. D. etc. infect the liver cells, or hepatocytes primarily, often killing them and in severe or chronic cases provoking widespread scarification in the liver (cirrhosis). Scientists estimate that up to 20% of those with chronic hepatitis C develop cirrhosis within 10-20 years after initial infection.

Same virus may present different clinical pictures in different people. Your protocol will designed and be unique for you. Ask for more info or apply to get your personalized protocol

Lyme Disease

Lyme disease, also known as Lyme borreliosis, is a tick-borne infectious disease caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi. It is transmitted to humans through the bite of infected black-legged ticks, also known as deer ticks, which are commonly found in wooded and grassy areas.

Etiology: Lyme disease is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi, which belongs to the spirochete family. It is primarily transmitted to humans through the bite of infected black-legged ticks, although other tick species may also transmit the bacterium. Ticks acquire the bacterium by feeding on infected animals such as mice, deer, and birds.

Symptoms: The symptoms of Lyme disease can vary and may affect different body systems. The most common early symptom is a circular rash known as erythema migrans, which appears at the site of the tick bite and gradually expands over time. Other early symptoms may include fever, fatigue, headache, brain fog, depression, , memory loss, dizziness, neuropathy (tingling, numbness, burning), muscle and joint aches, swollen lymph nodes, and chills. As the disease progresses, it can cause more severe symptoms such as facial paralysis, memory problems, numbness or tingling in the hands or feet, heart palpitations, severe joint pain and other very painful symptoms.

Diagnosis: Diagnosis of Lyme disease is typically based on a combination of clinical symptoms, medical history, and laboratory tests. The presence of erythema migrans rash is often a strong indicator of Lyme disease. Laboratory tests may include enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) and Western blot tests to detect antibodies against Borrelia burgdorferi in the blood. However, these tests may produce false negative results during the early stages of infection, and clinical judgment is often required for accurate diagnosis.

Treatment: Lyme disease is generally treated with antibiotics, and early treatment is important to prevent the infection from spreading to other parts of the body. Commonly prescribed antibiotics for Lyme disease include doxycycline, amoxicillin, and cefuroxime. The duration of antibiotic treatment may vary depending on the stage and severity of the disease. In some cases, more prolonged or combination antibiotic therapy may be necessary. Pain medications may also be prescribed to manage symptoms such as joint pain. In cases where Lyme disease has advanced and has caused complications such as neurological or cardiac symptoms, more aggressive treatment may be required.

In conclusion, Lyme disease is a tick-borne infectious disease caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi. It can cause a wide range of symptoms that may affect multiple body systems, and early diagnosis and treatment are crucial for a favorable outcome. If you suspect you may have Lyme disease or have been exposed to ticks, it is important to seek medical attention promptly for proper evaluation and management.

Lyme disease, is a dysregulation of the immune system and therefore the idea of its treatment is like most autoimmune diseases involves bringing the system back to balance, eliminating toxins, finding the individualized diet and supplement plan for patients where they could thrive, in addition to using various antimicrobial agents.

Most patients with Lyme disease have autonomic dysregulation. The autonomic nervous system regulates involuntary physiologic processes including heart rate, temperature equilibrium, blood pressure, respiration, digestion, urination, and sleep. When the autonomic nervous system goes out of balance, patients suffer from a condition called dysautonomia. They present with symptoms such tachycardia, intolerance to cold and/or heat, frequent urination, night sweats, low blood pressure, dizziness, insomnia.

Symptoms vary as energy and quantum levels  of each individual vary. OVITAL INSTITUTE designs effective, unique protocol for your condition. Choosing the right metabolic diet and supplement protocol is an essential part of our program It helps balance the autonomic nervous system, so any treatment directed against bacteria works better as a result.

We recommend personalized diet, personalized supplementation and personalized detox

Inflammation is a big problem in Lyme disease. We recommend Lyme disease with enzymes which have strong anti-inflammatory and immune modulating effects.

Also, there are certain conditions that directly impact inflammation, like GI dysbiosis (an imbalance of the intestinal bacteria), food allergies and/or sensitivities, mineral deficiencies, and sleep disorders. Inflammation from these multiple sources can cause mitochondrial dysfunction. The mitochondria are the parts of the cell responsible for energy production, and that explains why patients with Lyme disease feel tired. That is where individualized supplement protocol comes in.  It focuses on cellular regeneration and treats mitochondrial dysfunction with essential nutrients necessary for that patient.  Among those nutrients are CoQ-10, magnesium, only some B vitamins, and other nutrients depending on one’s metabolic type.

Detoxification is an extremely important component of the program. In patients with Lyme disease and bear in mind this is also specific for your body only.

Sometimes glutathione supplementation is indicated as glutathione itself, or in the form of NAC (N-acetyl cysteine), which is a precursor to glutathione.

All the classical therapies as well as alternative recommendations may fail as Lyme is a resistant disease and need a close follow up as the programs and recommendations will likely to be modified during the application of the program.

Patients me usually have chronic infections and multiple symptoms associated with it. It could present differently for everyone.

Patients may develop symptoms resembling autoimmune diseases, and could be diagnosed as such because their blood tests may show markers associated with various autoimmune diseases: ANA for lupus, RA for rheumatoid arthritis, etc.

Just like an autoimmune disease, this infection causes immune dysfunction, and that invites other infections: bacterial, viral, parasitic, and fungal.  Most patients have several of these infections at once. Bacterial infections include Lyme disease and other tick-borne infections like Bartonella, Mycoplasma, Rocky Mountain spotted fever.  Viral infections often manifest as reactivation of the mononucleosis, or /and herpes viruses. The parasitic infections, like babesia, can suppress the immune system’s ability to eliminate intestinal parasites, so there is more burden on the immune system.

Because of frequent infections and the need for antibiotic use, often these patients have fungal infections or Candida. The antibiotics get rid of beneficial bacteria in the gut and that promotes growth of yeast and fungal infections.

With OVITAL INSTITUTE’s unique, personalized programs and recommendations, patients will overcome symptoms, find their homeostatic balance ie. regain their health and will restart enjoying life,

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