Struggling with Lyme disease

A personal blog about nightshades, grains, dairy, Lyme Disease… oh my!
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Multiple Systemic Infectious Disease Syndrome (MSIDS)


This may not seem related to nightshades, but I firmly believe that it has caused my problems with them.

Dr. Richard Horowitz has coined the phrase “Multiple Systemic Infectious Disease Syndrome” or MSIDS to describe the epidemic that he is seeing worldwide with tick borne diseases.  He does an excellent job of summarizing the issues and I wanted to post the YouTube video if anyone else is interested in watching it.

In this video he is speaking to the Belgian Senate (in order to give you an idea of who his audience is for this video).

And, of course, I can’t find the map showing the severity of infection across the globe.  I’ll keep looking and see if I can find it.  It’s interesting to see that the map for Lyme and co-infections matches the map for Multiple Sclerosis.  I’m waiting to see what research comes up in the next few years now that the topis is finally getting attention.

Here’s one specifically related to dogs, but if your dog can catch it, so can you.  Also, just because a state is listed as low risk, that doesn’t mean there aren’t infected ticks there.

Lyme Prevalence Map for Dogs

2 Comments to

“Multiple Systemic Infectious Disease Syndrome (MSIDS)”

  1. On April 4th, 2015 at 12:01 pm liz sydney Says:

    Hi, I was looking up nightshades for one of my kids with severe eczema, and came across your blog. You’re a rarity in being such a thorough researcher, and you’ve got some great links. I was really wondering how you and your child’s symptoms have gone since you last posted (about nine months ago).

    Cheers and Good Health, Liz Sydney

  2. On April 6th, 2015 at 4:00 pm jenifer Says:

    You’re right, I should post an update. I totally lost track of the time!

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