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Lyme disease for Nutritherapy

Lyme disease

Lyme disease is a very complicated infection caused by bacteria transmitted from a tick or insect bite while today many references are indicating other hosts like spiders, mites, rodents, fleas even migratory birds carrying the infectious bacteria. These bacteria belong to Borrelia species and this why a Lyme case is not typical to each continent.
Since 1982 millions of cases have been reported in Europe and the USA making Lyme disease a significant concern for anyone.

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From Wkipedia.org

'Pyroluria (or malvaria from the term mauve factor in the urine) involves hypothetical excessive levels of pyrroles in the body resulting from improper hemoglobin synthesis. Carl Pfeiffer believed that pyroluria is a form of schizophrenic porphyria, similar to acute intermittent porphyria where both pyrroles and porphyrins are excreted in the human urine to an excessive degree and orthomolecular psychiatrists have alleged that pyroluria is related to diagnoses of ADHD, alcoholism, autism, depression, down syndrome, manic-depression, schizophrenia, celiac disease, epilepsy, and psychosis...'

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Εrectile Dysfunction

Impotence can have several important effects on a man’s psychology. The expectations to perform can lead to a vicious cycle of fear, anxiety and worry, to the degree that it can affect normal body functions in the sexual act.

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Weak memory

Short-term memory provides us with a small storage space for our daily needs and goals and it is usually influenced by age. Partial lack of memory does not equal a health problem, unless the person feels confusion, mental instability, and behavioral changes. Memory is affected by lack of sleep, stress and anxiety.

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Anemia is a lack of red blood cells or the presence of abnormal red blood cells, either due to reduced production, overproduction, and blood loss or due to the production of abnormal red blood cells. The many different symptoms include weakness, shortness of breath, palpitations, dizziness, headaches, hair loss, restless leg syndrome, confusion, ringing, depression, irritability, among others.

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Autoimmune diseases arise after our immune system mistakenly attacks our own tissue. There are approximately 80 diseases recorded, including:

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Acne is a very common skin problem. It appears as small pink or larger reddish pimples filled with pus. It is often found in the face and shoulders, the back, the chest, the legs, the buttocks in the form of lesions with a white or dark head. If the condition is advanced there may be persistent and painful nodules and cysts that can leave permanent scars.

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Are you addicted to sleeping pills-antidepressants-substances?

Food or various substances that we feel very difficult, nearly impossible, to refuse are often responsible for replacing our natural neurotransmitters whose levels happen to be low in our brain for various reasons. They take advantage of the difficult situation! When we eat or use them, while we know it is not very wise on our part, we feel better, which makes the decision to stop more difficult.

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In this unpleasant skin condition, otherwise called atopic dermatitis, skin becomes rough, dry, slightly irritated, red and itchy. If it is ruptured it can be very painful. 

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This chronic lung condition plagues many people with episodic bronchoconstriction, causing undesirable symptoms such as sneezing, coughing, difficulty breathing, mucus.

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Allergies occur when the immune system malfunctions and mistakenly reacts by producing antibodies to external stimuli that does not recognize. These external stimuli could be pollen, bee stings toxins, the grass, animal dander and/or partially digested from the gastrointestinal tract food proteins circulating in the blood. The immune system considers them all foreigners to the body and attacks them to protect us. When these stimuli are foods or food ingredients we talk about food allergies.

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Multiple Sclerosis

Autoimmune diseases arise after our immune system mistakenly attacks our own tissue. There are approximately 80 diseases recorded, including:

• Rheumatoid arthritis (joints)

• Multiple sclerosis (nervous system)

• Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis  (thyroid)

• Lupus (organs, arteries, connective tissue)

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Thyroid disorders

The thyroid gland is a wonderful regulator that controls the rate of our metabolism and works like the accelerator in a car. Depending on the pressure we put upon it, the car’s speed increases or decreases. Now consider that the body “steps on” the thyroid gland in order to give appropriate commands for the function and all the mechanisms of our bodies.

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Autism is a complex biological disorder characterized by

• Difficulty in speaking

• Abnormal posture

• Problems in understanding the emotions of others

• Distorted sensory and visual perceptions

• Fears and concerns

• Behavioral disorders such as compulsions and ritualistic movements

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Intense anxiety, panic attacks/phobias

In general, anxiety disorders seem to affect many people at some point in their lives. Anxiety disorders include panic attacks, agoraphobia and phobias in general. A panic attack is an extreme physical reaction to stress, fear or intense bursts of joy or sorrow, where our body produces large amounts of adrenaline in order to cope. Usually an attack lasts for 10-20 minutes but they can be successive and they can occur during sleep.

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It is a chronic disease with slow progress, mainly affecting the elderly. The exact cause is not yet known, but many factors may affect the progress of the disease.

Hereditary factors appear to influence the production of neurotransmitters acetylcholine and dopamine, resulting in loss of muscle tone.

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The average age of normal menopause is 51 years, with or without undesirable symptoms such as hot flushes, mood disorders, sweats, headaches, insomnia, incontinence, dryness, rheumatism, weakness, facial hair, among others.

In menopause, estrogen and progesterone, the main female hormones, drop to very low levels compared to the reproduction years. Hormone replacement therapy has advantages and disadvantages that each woman should be informed about before deciding whether or not to go through with it.

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Food intolerances

“What is food for one person may be poison for another.”

Lucretius, 75 B.C.


 Although less than 2% of the population suffers from food allergies, it is estimated that more than 20% suffer from food intolerances.

Food allergies are immediate and obvious, like an allergy to peanuts, to shellfish, to eggs, and the reactions may be harsh. Some of the symptoms may be sneezing, swelling, rashes, skin irritation, weakness, and they can vary widely in severity. Usually in this type of allergies the immune system produces IgE antibodies to defend itself against the enemy, which in this case is food or some ingredients; this is how unwanted symptoms are created.

Food intolerance is characterized by a delayed reaction; symptoms may occur after hours or days of eating the food. For example, if our body lacks some enzymes such as lactose we experience adverse symptoms when drinking milk or consuming dairy. Other symptoms of lactose intolerance may be bloating, severe drowsiness and confusion. We also may have no physical symptoms at all and then the situation is more complicated; since symptoms may appear up to three days after eating the food, we can not be sure which food caused the intolerance.

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Many factors of depression are associated with diet; poor nutrition may disrupt your brain function and cause mental disorders, poor memory and poor physical condition.

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Forgetfulness is not a symptom of dementia unless it becomes debilitating and is accompanied by confusion, behavioral changes and instability. Long term memory seems to remain stable with age while short memory may decline. Memory can also be affected by hormonal disorders, stress, insomnia, anxiety.

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Many people suffer from headaches and migraines; women much more than men.


 The causes are many; among them are the following:

• Food allergies or intolerances. These can cause many symptoms, including headaches.

• Blood sugar imbalance. It is known and well understood that proper nutrition plays a very important role in stabilizing blood sugar.

• Hormonal disorders in females. For many women headaches are triggered by fluctuations in estrogen during the menstrual cycle or during menopause.

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Endometriosis is a common chronic inflammatory disease of the female reproductive system, regardless of age, where the uterus’ membrane walls exit to the pelvis, the intestines, the urethra or the ovaries. Pain in the pelvis and in particular period or ovulation pains is the most common sign of disease. There may also be acute pain during sexual intercourse and bowel movements, and heavy menstruation. Infertility is lurking!

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Premenstrual Syndrome

The premenstrual syndrome is a complex of symptoms that usually occur a week before menstruation: bloating, fatigue, depression, irritability, tenderness in the breasts, headaches, among others.

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Uterine fibroids

Usually a woman with uterine fibroids has no symptoms; if she does, she may experience a feeling of discomfort, bloating, pressure, pain on intercourse, back pain, frequent urination, abnormal menstrual bleeding.

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Schizophrenia / Psychosis

About one in a hundred people suffer from schizophrenia with many different symptoms such as hallucinations, disordered behavior along with speech and expression as positive emotions fluently in some cases.The implementation of nutritional therapy in combination with medical monitoring and medication can improve symptoms and possible side effects of drugs.

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Fatigue, lack of energy

Occasional weakness may be a sign we must pay attention to in order to avoid chronic fatigue which is a serious syndrome.

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Frequent colds

Some of the symptoms of the common cold are sore throat, coughing, sneezing, stuffy nose, weakness, headache, low grade fever for about a week. These symptoms are normal reactions of an activated immune system battling the enemy. The common cold is caused by many types of viruses; to prevent it we must wash our hands before eating, eat fruits and vegetables, drink water, exercise, get enough sleep and reduce stress as much as possible.

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Rheumatoid Arthritis

Autoimmune diseases

Autoimmune diseases arise after our immune system mistakenly attacks our own tissue.


There are approximately 80 diseases recorded, including:

• Rheumatoid arthritis (joints)

• Multiple sclerosis (nervous system)

• Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis  (thyroid)

Read more: Rheumatoid Arthritis


We could perhaps say that there are concerns about the fertility of a couple when there has been no fertilization in 12 months with frequent intercourse without contraception. In about 35% of the cases the woman has fertility issues, in 20% both do and in 10% the cause cannot be determined.

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Bipolar disorder

Bipolar disorder is characterized by episodes of severe depression followed by episodes of mania. The type of symptoms and their intensity vary from person to person and even in many cases for a long time there are no symptoms.The implementation of Nutritional Therapy in combination with medical monitoring and medication can improve symptoms and possible side effects of drugs .

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It usually affects menopausal women. It has no symptoms until there is acute back pain or an unexpected femur or vertebrae or rib fracture that occurs easily, due to loss of density and quality of the bones.

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ADHD in children and adults

• Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

• Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)


As you can see there are two types of this disorder; it starts in childhood and it continues into adulthood. It is a neurobiological disorder of the dopamine receptors and adrenaline.

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Weight loss

The secret for successful weight loss is not in hunger and deprivation. We can eat a large variety of foods in filling quantities as long as we keep our blood sugar in normal levels, among other things we will discuss during your individual session. Normal blood sugar levels and therefore insulin secretion is one of the main factors in dropping the extra pounds and feeling well.

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Diabetes Ι, ΙΙ

Diabetes is a chronic disorder of the metabolism of carbohydrates , proteins and fats and is characterized by elevated blood sugar levels when fasting. It can result in many health issues such as cardiovascular disease, stroke, kidney disease, eye diseases, neurological problems, autoimmunity, depression among others.There are two main types of diabetes. Diabetes I & Diabetes II

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High blood pressure

Blood pressure measures how much pressure blood flow puts on the arteries’ walls, in order to ensure the smooth flow of the circulatory system. If, for example, the arteries become narrower due to deposition of cholesterol, blood pressure increases, causing potential damage to the heart, the blood vessels, the brain.

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For some people insomnia may mean that they wake up at night and can’t go back to sleep and for some it may mean that they cannot go to sleep at all. This excruciating phenomenon occurs because of a disorder in the nervous system due to poor nutrition or loss of nutrients, because of stress and poor mental condition. Many times behind insomnia we find depression, panic attacks, anxiety and other mental disorders.

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Gastroesophageal reflux

Reflux can be painful, irregular and uncoordinated contractions of the esophagus, i.e. the tube that connects the mouth to the stomach. The esophagus normally pulsates in coordination, in order to carry the food in the stomach. There are two types of reflux: in the first one, contractions are irregular and uncoordinated; the muscles of the esophagus tighten leaving the food there; in the other type the contractions and clenching are very strong and painful but the food enters the stomach. The two types may coexist. Symptoms may include difficulty swallowing food and liquids, reflective chest, neck and hand pains. Also, these symptoms may be due to GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease) or achalasia, a neurological disease. Panic attacks can cause similar symptoms.

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Hair loss

You may have many different issues concerning the health of your hair, like very oily or very dry hair or premature loss, but they are all connected to organic causes and definitely connected to our diet.

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The usual symptoms are digestion difficulty, burning up in the stomach, feeling of heaviness even long time after eating, belching, gas, bloating, nausea, anorexia.

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Autoimmune diseases


Autoimmune diseases arise after our immune system mistakenly attacks our own tissue. There are approximately 80 diseases recorded, including:

• Rheumatoid arthritis (joints)

• Multiple sclerosis (nervous system)

• Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis  (thyroid)

• Lupus (organs, arteries, connective tissue)

Read more: Lupus

Coeliac Disease

Autoimmune diseases


Autoimmune diseases arise after our immune system mistakenly attacks our own tissue. There are approximately 80 diseases recorded, including:

• Rheumatoid arthritis (joints)

• Multiple sclerosis (nervous system)

• Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis  (thyroid)

• Lupus (organs, arteries, connective tissue)

Read more: Coeliac Disease


Large growth of the fungus Candida albicans may occur anywhere on the body but mainly in the intestines or the vagina, causing aphthous infections. The frequent or chronic use of antibiotics is often the critical onset factor.

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Crohn's disease

Crohn’s disease is a chronic inflammatory bowel condition.


The causes are many and among them are the following:

• Food intolerances, usually to cereal and milk

• Intestinal dysbiosis, low friendly flora

• Incomplete methylation, elevated homocysteine

• Pharmacology

• Frequent gastrointestinal infections

• Heredity

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High Cholesterol

Cardiovascular problems are very common and they are increasing at an alarming rate in modern societies. High cholesterol and triglycerides are recognized as the main causes.

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It may sound strange but it is normal to have 2-3 bowel movements a day. A large percentage of people are troubled by constipation, which can be characterized by hard stools, long or incomplete bowel movements or bowel movements only 1-2 times a week.

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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

 It is the most common hormonal disorder that may exist from the start of menstruation and cause reproductive problems at childbearing age.


Possible symptoms of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome:

• Irregular periods

• Unwanted hair growth on face and body

• Acne

• Small breasts

• Low fertility

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Colitis or irritable bowel syndrome

Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a very common issue nowadays, as it bothers nearly one in five people. The Nutritional Therapy Athens Clinic recognizes the complexity and the involvement of many causes and factors in its manifestation. Common symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome may be abdominal pain, indigestion, constipation or diarrhea, mucus in stool, among others.

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