Managing Lyme Disease

Managing Lyme Disease

From Alexandra Bruce

The spirochete bacteria of Lyme disease burrow into human tissue, resulting in free radical damage to the body’s organs and nervous system. Hydrogen repairs this damage by donating electrons to the affected tissue.

A convenient, highly portable method of hydrogen therapy has recently been developed, in the form of magnesium hydroxide (MgOH2) tablets that effervesce when placed in water.

Dr. Nick Delgado says there have been 500 clinical studies conducted in Japan on MgOH2 and now in the U.S., which show amazing benefits for a number of ailments related to oxidative stress and free radical damage.

According to Dr. Nick Delgado, this treatment “Has zero side effects and only benefits.” He says the power of hydrogen re-builds the body. It gives you energy, it simulates fasting, it helps to reduce body fat, if you need to – if you don’t needto lose weight, you build muscle – and it hydrates you.

H2 Pure Energy Hydrogen is now available at For those suffering from free
radical damage due to any number of causes, Dr. Delgado advises his patients to drop a tablet into 8 to 12 ounces of water and to drink this solution 3 or 4 times per day. He says this flushes the body, fights Lyme disease, slows cancer, reverses aging and builds up the immune system. He describes H2 PureEnergy Hydrogen as “Essential to building up the immune system and to targeting free radical damage.”

Dr. Nick Delgado’s protocol for managing chronic Lyme disease focuses on building up the
immune system. The foundation of strong immune function begins with proper hormone balance. Most people consuming the Standard American Diet (SAD) are silently suffering from estrogen dominance, due to the constant ingestion of estrogen-mimicking toxins found in our food and in our environment.

The Delgado Protocol’s hormone therapy uses phytonutrients and herbs in compounds he’s developed, including AdrenalDMG, Liv-DTox and Stem Cell Strong to foster ideal hormone levels, along with a clean, whole food diet. In some cases, TestroVida is advised because depressed testosterone levels can lead to depressed immune function.
Protein peptides, from his GrowYoung GHRP formulation can also be used to build the immune system. All of these are available at

While physicians most commonly prescribe antibiotics to treat Lyme disease and this is advisable for treating an initial infection, Dr. Delgado does not recommend this for chronic Lyme disease. Antibiotics can knock out beneficial gut bacteria, which are crucial to immune function. He would rather build up gut health with SlimBlend protein.

Dr. Delgado and Alexandra Bruce: Managing Lyme Disease
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