tick lyme disease

Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre, based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, has announced that they have recently published a blog post that focuses on an integrative functional medicine approach to managing Lyme disease. This is a multi-system bacterial infection that is spread among humans by infected black-legged ticks. In the principles of integrative functional medicine, nutrition has a primary role in how the body responds to infections. Thus, avoiding inflammatory foods, such as processed foods with yeast and additives, may help patients who are recovering from Lyme disease.

Dr. Amauri Caversan, ND, works with Arv Buttar, NP, in providing an integrative Lyme disease program at the Dr Amauri Wellness Centre. Lyme disease may gradually lose its sensitivity to conventional antibiotic treatments; this leaves recovery from the condition to be difficult for patients. Lyme disease has many incapacitating symptoms that can impact the body and brain, resulting in excessive inflammation. Eating foods that are likely to cause inflammation may encourage Lyme disease to have detrimental effects on the body. An anti-inflammatory diet may be essential to reinforce the body’s immunity against these changes.

As per Dr. Caversan, ND , “Processed foods with yeast and additives are known as inflammatory foods. Foods linked to aggravating inflammation and Lyme disease also include those containing gluten, refined carbohydrates, dairy, saturated fats and sugars. If you’re recovering from Lyme disease, try removing these inflammatory foods from your diet. Swap these foods for wholesome anti-inflammatory food choices to support detoxification and help lower inflammation.”

There are a number of possible benefits when adopting an anti-inflammatory diet for Lyme disease recovery. These include: reduced inflammation (caused by immune activation); support for healthy digestive function; natural detoxification of the body; immune system support; consumption of vitamins and minerals that may support a healthy immune response; gut health optimization; and consumption of antioxidants that may reduce inflammation.t oil, and seeds,

The Lyme disease integrative functional medicine treatment provided by Dr. Amauri Caversan, ND, and Arv Buttar, NP, involves the consumption of foods and herbs with anti-inflammatory characteristics. These may include grass-fed and organic animal proteins; wild-caught fish high in omega-3 essential fatty acids; leafy greens; berries; turmeric; cloves; and healthy fats, such as those found in olive oil, avocados.

They may also recommend the ketogenic diet, which is a low-carbohydrate, high-fat, adequate-protein diet, which may help some people with severe neurological Lyme disease. This is because metabolic changes occur in the body of people suffering from Lyme disease such that neuron resilience and cells are jeopardized. The ketone molecules that are produced in people consuming the ketogenic diet may offer an alternative and efficient source of energy and boost mitochondrial profiles, which, in turn, may help the neurons in fighting the metabolic stress resulting from Lyme disease. It has been observed that the ketogenic diet may counteract neurological and body inflammation.

Another potential anti-inflammatory diet that can be followed by patients with Lyme disease is the Paleo diet. This particular diet is focused on avoiding the consumption of processed foods and foods that may cause intestinal inflammation and trigger common food sensitivities, such as eggs, dairy, coffee, nightshade vegetables such as peppers, and alcoholic drinks. The Paleo diet recommended for Lyme disease patients may also eliminate nuts and seeds because these are known to be common allergens and may stimulate food sensitivities.

At Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre, they offer an integrative Lyme disease program to patients. Dr. Amauri Caversan, ND, and Arv Buttar, NP have designed this particular program by applying the principles of integrative functional medicine. Specifically, Dr. Amauri Caversan, ND, has made use of scientifically based natural approaches on diet changes, IV therapy, and medicinal herbs that cause health changes that may help in optimizing the quality of life of patients. Meanwhile, Arv Buttar, NP, has extensive experience in prescribing antibiotics against Lyme disease, and other therapies.

Those who are looking for Lyme disease integrative treatment in Toronto may want to visit the Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre website, or contact them through the telephone, or via email.

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For more information about Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre, contact the company here:

Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre
Dr. Amauri Caversan, ND
(416) 922-4114
info@dramauriwellnesscentre.com
Dr. Amauri Wellness Center
1200 Bay Street #1102
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2A5

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