Epstein Barr - DBM Protocol
- Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) part of the herpesvirus family.
- Other infections in this family include herpes, shingles and chickenpox.
- Mononucleosis (aka mono or the “Kissing Disease”) is the most commonly-known way EBV manifests itself.
- Most common in the late teenage years and early 20’s
- Up to ninety-five percent of the population is infected with EBV, but many are only carriers and virus is dormant.
- Anyone can become infected by EBV.
- Most of us have been exposed and are asymptomatic carriers by our adult lives.
- Women going through major life changes, including the death of a loved one, a major move or job change or menopause, for example, may be particularly susceptible to reactivation of the virus, and therefore a symptomatic infection.
- Diet – WFPB Diet
- Stress relief program
- o Diet, stress, exercise – all will contribute towards a healthier body and provide additional support to the immune system
- Natural antibiotics
- Follow our Whole Food Plant-Based Diet – call DBM Physician / Practitioner for more guidance if needed.
- Nutrition for Life Page – Daily Nutrition
- Use our Eat To Live 15-Day Program and download the recipes
- Nutrition for Life – Probiotics
FOODS TO AVOID
- Things 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