Multiple Sclerosis and Lyme Disease

It is becoming increasingly evident that the bacteria associated with Lyme disease is also a major cause of multiple sclerosis symptoms.

Lyme disease is an infection caused by various bacteria including Borrelia, Babesia, Bartonella, Ehrlichia, and others, that are transmitted through biting insects, and can cause debilitating illness.

In this blog post, the research is focused on Borrelia burgdorferi, a corkscrew-shaped spirochete bacteria well known for causing Lyme disease. There is a shocking amount of research linking Lyme disease and multiple sclerosis, and I created a video to walk you through many of these studies.

It was very disheartening for me to learn that as early as 1911, researchers had already discovered spirochetes in the central nervous system of MS patients.

In fact, microbiologist Tom Grier shared, “There are more than 50 MS-spirochete references prior to World War II and going back to as far as 1911, and published in such prestigious journals as the Lancet.”

In his book Why Can’t I get Better, Lyme literate physician Dr. Horowitz states, “Many studies conclude that MS is most likely caused by an infection with Borrelia burgdorferi, the agent of Lyme disease.”

In the documentary Under Our Skin Dr. Klinghardt affirmed “We never had…in the last five years a single MS patient…who did not test positive for Borrelia burgdorferi. Not a single one.”

Recently, pathologist Dr. MacDonald explained one of the ways Borrelia is introduced into the central nervous system of MS patients in the following quote:

“It’s like a Trojan horse – the [nematode] worm itself is an assault on the body and the Borrelia inside the worm, when they are released also assault the body and cause tissue injury. The two have a holy alliance and cause multiple sclerosis and other conditions of the brain.”

It’s high time that this information becomes readily available to all people suffering with multiple sclerosis, and also to our health care professionals.

Please share this post with others who suffer with multiple sclerosis or other chronic diseases, so we can bring change faster.

To learn more about my story of living MS-free for 28 years, and how to treat the true cause of MS watch my free masterclass, How to Recover from MS Naturally.

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Author Pam Bartha

Clinically diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at the age of 28, Pam chose an alternative approach to recovery. Now decades later and still symptom free, she coaches others on how to treat the root cause of chronic disease, using a holistic approach. She can teach you how, too.

Pam is the author of Become a Wellness Champion and founder of Live Disease Free. She is a wellness expert, coach and speaker.

The Live Disease Free Academy has helped hundreds of Wellness Champions in over 15 countries take charge of their health and experience profound improvements in their life.

One thought on “Multiple Sclerosis and Lyme Disease

  1. Excellent but people also need to realise the limitations of testing for Lyme disease. Because they will ask their doctors to test them and the doctors do not realise the limitations and think a negative test means you don’t have Lyme. There is no test that can rule Lyme out it is a clinical assessment and part of that is ones response to antibiotics good or bad which can be a Jaresh Herxheimer reaction.
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