Horowitz gaat de combi stevia met antibiotica officieel testen op lymepatiënten.
University of New Haven professor studying whether stevia can kill Lyme disease bacteria
By Mark Zaretsky, New Haven Register
Posted: 07/01/17, 6:09 PM EDT
Could a common sweetener that’s already in the kitchen cupboards in many American homes — stevia — prove to be an effective treatment for a disease as nasty and persistent as Lyme disease?
Maybe even as good as or better than antibiotics?
It’s too early to say that for sure.
But research by a University of New Haven biology professor and her students in the university’s Lyme Disease Research Group, which still must be borne out by clinical trials, looks promising.
She emphasized that the results have not been proven yet and her team is awaiting the results of a trial being conducted by Dr. Richard Horowitz of Hyde Park, N.Y., author of “Solving the Mystery of Lyme & Chronic Disease.”
Sapi said Horowitz’s trial involves combining stevia with antibiotics.
The work is important, Sapi said, because “people are dying from Lyme Disease ...
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