Heavy Metals

Iron and the Lyme Spirochete

February 14, 2015

The Borrelia (Lyme disease) spirochete is unique among known bacterial pathogens because it does not require ┬áiron (Fe2+) from mammals in its biochemical pathways. The spirochete uses the NapA receptor … LEARN MORE – —>


February 14, 2015

Manganese is an important transition metal for optimal human health. Recent research shows that it is also a key mineral for the Borrelia (Lyme disease) organism. Published reports suggest that … LEARN MORE – —>

No Tattoos – Ever!!

January 26, 2015

Some Lyme physicians as a recommendation for general health strongly advise patients with getting even the smallest tattoo. Tattoo dyes are high in heavy metals such as iron and manganese. … LEARN MORE – —>