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Stevia Shows Promise In Fight Against Lyme Disease

Lyme disease awareness has slowly increased but it remains a poorly understood disease. This is because Lyme disease is a great imitator. It may mimic arthritis, fibromyalgia, neurological symptoms, cognitive deficits and multiple sclerosis to name a few conditions, and the rate of infection is growing. 

There is potential good news on the Lyme disease front. According to Fox News, stevia has shown promise as a treatment against this tick-borne disease.  

Each year approximately 30,000 cases of Lyme disease are reported to the CDC. However, this number does not reflect all cases diagnosed in the U.S. Following two studies by the CDC, researchers estimate 10 times that number are infected with Lyme disease each year, for a total ranging between 296,000 and 376,000 cases.

Early treatment is critical to prevent Lyme disease complications, but traditional treatment involving a course of antibiotics is often unsuccessful in preventing complications, including arthritis, cognitive deficits, heart rhythm irregularities or neurological symptoms. Antibiotics damage your gut microbiome and increase your risk of yeast and fungal infections.

To help your body fight the infection, you should consume a nutritious diet rich in antioxidants. You can also take antioxidants and other supplements, to help your body fight the infection and relieve symptoms. 

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