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this photo shows lips that are sick with herpes

HSV 2 Eraser seems to be a fairly popular product out there, which is apparently based around some treatments that aren’t considered very mainstream. There also seems to be a reasonable amount of hype around it, perhaps due to some tall claims by the vendor.

However, it’s important to note that based on our research, Herpes Eraser isn’t an ebook designed to permanently hsv 2 cure. Instead, it’s simply designed to make the condition more manageable, and even get rid of the outbreaks after following the treatments it suggests over a period of time.

While we won’t try to offer our opinion on the product, we would certainly be sharing something important below that might be linked to the aforementioned ebook and may turn out to be highly effective. Before we get to that, however, we think you need to understand the fact that your first goal while dealing with herpes may simply be to control the outbreaks.

Getting Rid of the Outbreaks

this photo shows lips that are sick with herpes
This photo shows lips that are sick with herpes

Apparently, many people with herpes simply try to go after the virus itself thinking they may be able to get rid of it for good, but it doesn’t seem to be turning out that way most often. The thing is that you are perhaps supposed to take one step at a time, and probably the first one should be trying to control the outbreaks, and gradually work towards stopping them altogether.

This may make your condition significantly more manageable, which will probably allow you to get into a position where you can think about taking further action against the virus. However, you may not want to go all after the virus, as without a strong immune system and a very good overall health, you’re probably very less likely to succeed at it.

That being said, working towards strengthening your immune system and improving your overall health may well turn out to be the things you need to focus on. They may help improve your resistance against the virus, making it extremely difficult for it to cause outbreaks. They may provide the base you require to get rid of the outbreaks for good, and hence it’s where you should probably be starting.

So without further ado, let’s take a look at something that seems to be highly effective at not only achieving the two things we mentioned above, but also in many other ways at getting rid of the outbreaks for good.

Diet Changes

Most products offering information and advice to deal with herpes effectively, including HSV 2 Eraser, don’t fail to mention the importance of making certain diet changes. Similarly, we just can’t emphasize enough how important it is to make the right diet changes. It can simply make it or break it when it comes to controlling and getting rid of outbreaks.

Furthermore, if you aren’t having the right diet (for herpes), the treatments you may be following may end up being considerably less effective than they otherwise would. In other words, managing herpes better without making the required diet changes may just not be possible.

So with that said, let’s take a look at some of the most important changes you need to make in order to make it more challenging for the herpes virus to cause outbreaks as well as reproduce itself.

Avoiding Foods Rich in Arginine

Arginine may be an important amino acid, but while dealing with herpes, it’s something that must be avoided. It’s because it’s arginine that helps the herpes virus grow and reproduce itself. Similarly, it also makes it conveniently easier for it to cause outbreaks at will, which is obviously something that can wreak havoc on your overall health.

However, you need not worry about ending up having a deficiency of this amino acid, as your body produces it in certain quantities anyway. So while you won’t be able to completely stop its production, you need to focus on reducing your arginine intake as much as possible.

This makes some arginine-rich foods, such as the ones mentioned below, very poor food choices to include in your diet.

  • Seeds and nuts
  • Lentils
  • Red meat
  • Gelatin (found in many food products)
  • Protein supplements
  • Chocolate
  • Oats

Similarly, there are some foods that are believed to be very acidic in nature, and may hence end up triggering an outbreak. Needless to mention, such foods should be avoided as well. Below are some examples of acidic foods.

  • Alcohol
  • All processed foods
  • Junk foods
  • Foods containing artificial flavors and other similar ingredients
  • Caffeine

Including Lysine-Rich Foods in Your Diet

Just like how arginine helps the herpes virus reproduce and cause outbreaks easily, lysine is believed to do the exact opposite of that. It too is an amino acid, but it works very differently when it comes to dealing with the herpes virus.

Lysine is believed to be very effective at restricting the growth of the herpes virus, and making it very difficult for it to cause outbreaks. In fact, increasing intake of lysine is considered to be one of the best ways to fight the herpes virus and decrease both the frequency and severity of the outbreaks.

During our research, we found that there have been several clinical studies done on the effectiveness of lysine against the herpes virus and based on the results, it can easily be concluded that lysine definitely helps get rid of the outbreaks to a great extent.

Furthermore, the results of the studies apparently also went on to suggest that lysine may be playing a crucial role in strengthening your immune system, too, which is one of the major requirements to fight the herpes virus effectively.

Here’s a look at some of the foods that come with a very high amount of lysine:

  • Homemade yogurt – Yogurt products sold in the market aren’t recommended, and the same goes for yogurt with flavors and other artificial ingredients, including gelatin
  • Milk – Drinking two to three glasses of milk a day is highly recommended to get a huge lysine boost
  • Many autumn fruits such as apples and pears
  • Vegetables such as brussel sprouts and beans


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