Cytomegalovirus - DBM Protocol
CMV is related to the viruses that cause chickenpox, herpes simplex and mononucleosis. CMV may cycle through periods when it lies dormant and then reactivates. If you're healthy, CMV mainly stays dormant. During activation, you can pass the virus to other people. Casual contact doesn't transmit CMV. The virus is spread through body fluids — including blood, urine, saliva, breast milk, tears, semen and vaginal fluids.
TRANSMISSION MAY OCCUR THROUGH
Touching your eyes or the inside of your nose or mouth after coming into contact with the body fluids of an infected person.
Sexual contact with an infected person.
The breast milk of an infected mother.
Organ transplantation or blood transfusions.
Birth. An infected mother can pass the virus to her baby before or during birth. The risk of virus transmission to your baby is higher if it's the first time you've had the infection rather than a reactivated infection.
- Diet – WFPB Diet
- Optimise immune system
- Restore gut to assist immune function
- This program is very patient specific. Only Standard protocols indicated here
- Follow our Whole Food Plant-Based Diet – call DBM Physician / Practitioner for more guidance if needed.
- Daily Nutrition
- Use our Eat To Live 15-Day Program and download the recipes
FOODS TO AVOID
- Foods To Remove From Your Diet
- Follow the 5 Track Plan – BUT first consult your DBM Physician
- IMMUNOClean™ - Oral protocols
- Health imbalances are very Patient Specific – it could be any of the above protocols – please consult with your DBM Physician
- This is a simplified version of our program.
- A stronger intervention might be required – contact your DBM Physician