What is Lyme Disease?

Lyme disease is a bacterial infection transmitted by ticks. These arachnids are typically found in wooded or grassy areas throughout the United States and in more than sixty countries worldwide. Ticks transmit a corkscrew-shaped bacterium called Borrelia burgdorferi which causes a wide variety of symptoms affecting the brain, nervous system, muscles, joints, and heart. It is commonly misdiagnosed allowing the infection to progress and cause life-changing issues.

Signs and Symptoms

  • Fatigue
  • Cognitive impairment
  • Mood problems
  • Muscle pain
  • Neurological issues
  • Joint pain
  • Bullseye rash
  • Headache
  • Sweats
  • Sleep issues
  • Depression

The symptoms of Lyme disease often overlap many other diseases causing chronic misdiagnosis. Each individual may or may not experience various symptoms. For example, only 42% report having a bullseye rash. Many people suffer for years before being correctly diagnosed.

BX Protocol™

At the core of Delta’s Theory of disease causation is identifying the exact mechanism of impairment associated with the illness. By focusing on the root cause, Delta’s research has consistently demonstrated that impaired mitochondrial functioning lies at the root of many chronic pathologies.

The Delta Institute has developed a comprehensive approach designed to treat this dysfunction which allows for a broad spectrum of diseases because the root cause of most disease lies in the mitochondria. Restoring mitochondrial health through the BX Protocol is key to health restoration.

How We Can Help

If you are looking for a treatment program for Lyme Disease that treats more than just the symptoms, the BX Protocol is right for you. The Delta Institute is committed to assisting members on the path to health restoration and providing support in every way. Our experienced patient advocate will walk you through our unique approach and assist you with any information you need. Request your free consultation today!

“It is 7 months since I began the program. I feel well! I am happy...It’s amazing!” ~ Sally S.

Did you know?

How Mitochondria Impact How We Feel.

Recent studies have shown that mitochondrial blockages in one area of the body have a profound negative effect on the health of the entire body. Mitochondria release what are known as cytokines, or inflammatory signals, into the bloodstream when they are unable to do their job. Consider a bustling apartment building where the heat, light, and trash removal have been shut down. As we move towards health solutions that address causes rather than symptoms, mitochondrial health becomes an area researchers, care providers and health coaches can no longer afford to ignore.