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Amino Acid Therapy

David Allan Linde dlinde at ns.encore.com
Wed Feb 10 21:39:50 EST 1993


In article <1993Feb3.111446.605 at vaxc>, drmljg at vaxa.hofstra.edu writes:
|> I am currently under the care of a bio-chemical nutritionist. He has me taking
|> 1 gm. of L-Tyrosine, 2 gms. of L-Glutamine, and 1.5 gms. of Inosine per day.
|> Since I began his program I have had all sorts of cold and flu symptoms. I was
|> wondering if the ingestion of amino acids can trigger a dormant virus into
|> activity?
|> 
|> I would very much appreciate an answer to this question as I am concerned that
|> I might be undermining my health.
|> 
|> Please respond to me personally. Thank you.
|> 
|> Laurence
|> DRMLJG at VAXC.HOFSTRA.EDU

    Cold and flu symptoms are your body's reaction to it's situation.  Perhaps the   
therapy is eliciting your body's response.

     Traveling to third world countries, I have become amazed at the body's reaction to
dead (not just attenuated) antigens.



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