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    So after a year of severe illness I finally was able to see a gastroenterologist. I have been living in the states for many years and haven’t had medical insurance (that’s a whole other story) but long story short I do now and finally finally finally someone is going to look at my guts.   I’ve lost about 50lbs and am having trouble maintaining my current weight. I have bloating, joint ...
    I take Lysine for my herpetic virus friends.  I've had shingles in the past and it's not fun.  And I have had problems with cold sores, especially after getting glutened.  I also get Bell's Palsy, one side of my face becomes paralyzed when the virus becomes active.  So I take 1000 mg of lysine daily and during herpetic flares, I double or triple the dose.   Hope this helps! https://www...
    Let us know how it works out, and I would not completely exclude statins. It makes sense to first try a non-statin approach that might include diet changes, exercise, and supplements. Although I didn't include K at that time, I was including the other vitamins and mineral supplements mentioned here. I did also try red yeast rice for around six months, and I did improve my readings by around 20%,...