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.
Heartburn GERD Reflux? You could be compromising your brain, bones, kidneys and immune system. There’s a simple and effective way to heal.
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.
Here’s how to give your coffee (and you!) SuperPowers!
I can’t remember why I walked in the room, I can’t remember names, I can’t retain what I just learned, I can’t focus without getting distracted…
Don’t let anyone tell you those are “normal signs of aging”. Or “just hormones”. Nope. You can reverse all that. I did, and more.
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”
I am honored and excited to be speaking at the Light on Lyme event May 4 in New Paltz, along with Dr Daniel Cameron and Dr Richard Horowitz. I will be focusing on optimizing nutrition for healing Lyme, and also doing a demo in the kitchen on healthy treats. In addition, I will be aroundContinue reading “Speaking at Light on Lyme Event May 4”
When Lyme Disease Lasts and Lasts – NYTimes.com. I find it incredible that we are still discussing whether chronic Lyme is real. It has been a significant part of my work for over 15 years. Not only have I worked successfully with hundreds of clients on this issue, but I have come through several boutsContinue reading “When Lyme Disease Lasts and Lasts – NYTimes.com”
Helping clients with Lyme disease and Lyme co-infections has been a part of my practice for over 15 years, and in the past few years it has become a major part of my work.
Don’t relax your guard yet, and: A client’s experience with Lyme Disease