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Managing MCS
Treating a Clostridium difficile infection
with William J. Rea, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.A.E.M.


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Dear Dr. Rea,
I have severe MCS and tested positive for a C. difficile infection. Do you have a standard protocol that is well tolerated by your chemically sensitive patients for treating this bacteria?


Dr. Rea’s response:
Any broad spectrum antibiotic that the patient is not sensitive to.

William J. Rea, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.A.E.M.
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Comments

  • Paula Duarte

    June 10, 2011 at 9:01 am

    Suffering with C. Diff is unbearable! I have personal experience so I know. Here’s what worked for me.

    AVOID:
    ANIMAL FAT
    LACTOSE
    REFINED SUGARS/HONEY
    INULIN: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inulin
    CITRIC ACID
    GLUTEN
    SEEDS/NUTS/CORN/POPCORN/FIBER/BRAN/ BROWN RICE/QUINOA
    CAULIFLOWER/BROCHOLI/BRUSSEL SPROUTS/ CABBAGE/BEANS/PEAS/LEGUMES
    SALT/SPICES
    CAFFINE
    COFFEE
    CARBONATED BEVERAGES
    ALCOHOL

    First things first…give the colon a break. Fast for a couple of days drinking plain “SMARTWATER”. SUPPLEMENT WITH PROBIOTICS AND VITAMINS.

    TRANSITIONAL FOOD STAGE 1:
    Continue with vitamins, probiotics, and water. Switch to tap water if desired when you begin to loose that constant thirst.

    Then switch to “GERBER 2ND FOODS”> Make sure there are no other ingredients except water, IE squash and water. Also, you can make your own baby food Peel skins from vegetables. Steam them in as little water as possible to keep from loosing nutrients then puree.

    LIFEWAY KEFIR YOGURT SMOOTHIES
    Plain yogurt is best but I can’t handle that. Make sure there is no citric acid. When selecting a yogurt do not choose the flavors orange, lemon, lime, grapefruit, or pineapple. I suggest a brand like Lifeway that has cane juice instead of high fructose corn syrup and many active cultures. Although I don’t advise inulin, in this case it promotes the growth of the cultures in the kefir.

    THE NEXT BEST THING…
    TRANSITONAL FOODS STAGE 2:
    Continue supplementation and yogurt. Eat and drink from above as desired.

    Fix fresh or frozen vegetables by steaming. Use as little water as possible to retain nutrients. Continue to peel skins first. Peel potatoes and bake or microwave them.

    Eat plain white rice. Do not eat brown rice because the husks can damage you.

    Eat eggs. If you need to use something to keep it from sticking then use cooking spray or a little vegetable oil.

    Eat poached chicken with the skin peeled or poached fish.

    Eat tuna packed in water.

    Eat low salt creamy peanut butter without additives like ADAMS 100% NATURAL PEANUT BUTTER. Some people balk at this, but it worked for me.

    Eat gluten free crackers like EDWARD & SONS UNSALTED PLAIN BROWN RICE SNAPS

    Eat gluten free pasta like ANCIENT HARVEST QUINOA PASTA

  • rebecca

    June 12, 2011 at 7:42 am

    Hi if the bacteria becomes resistance look into Fecal bacteriotherapy and balancing the gut flora. also have a look at this link.
    When you clink on to the link and go onto the page click on to the heading
    Case notes gut Bacteria 08 march 11 it covers the faecal transplant
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/medmatters

    All The Best
    Rebecca

  • Paula Duarte

    June 12, 2011 at 11:17 am

    Wow, Rebecca, thanks for the great link. Really facinating!!!

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