With all the dire news about Lyme Disease, I wanted to share some stories of healing.
Spring traditionally marks the beginning of Lyme season, but the unhappy truth is that milder winters make ticks a year-round scourge. Still, ticks are proliferating now, so be wary. Here are my tips for understanding, preventing and addressing Lyme.
Healing doesn’t always look the way we expect, but all that matters is that it’s POSSIBLE. Here is my favorite healing story to illustrate.
Join me at the Wisner Library in Warwick, NY for a talk on Holistic Approaches to Preventing & Addressing Lyme Disease
Detox isn’t only about what to eliminate, but also about gaining tools, support, and community that enhance vitality and resilience in everyday life. Developing a robust support system and a positive sense of self are some of the most important tasks anyone can do for their overall health and well-being.
Maybe you’ve heard about curcumin and how extraordinarily beneficial it is. There’s just one problem. You probably aren’t absorbing it.
“The most widely used lab tests for Lyme have been shown to miss more than 50% of cases. That’s no better than a coin toss.” via Delayed diagnosis of Lyme disease has devastating effect on patients. I’ve been telling people this for years, along with many other points in this report: Lyme is in allContinue reading “Delayed diagnosis of Lyme disease has devastating effect on patients”
#Lyme Disease can be chronic, and debilitating, encompassing many infections, and damaging many organs and systems. But healing is possible.
Cistus tea seems to work well in repelling ticks, breaking down biofilm, and it tastes good too.
This past Sunday was the Light on Lyme event, and I was so honored and excited to be one of the keynote speakers, along with Dr Richard Horowitz, pictured. My major take-aways from the day: First, my spirits soared with the consistent theme of RESILIENCE. Yes, there were many people there because they were stillContinue reading “Optimizing Nutrition For Lyme Disease”