This recipe that I made on the 4th of July was tasty enough that I felt it was worth sharing! It combines watermelon, English cucumber, red onion, mint, basil, and a simple vinaigrette, making an easy but delicious side dish! This dairy-free, Paleo cucumber watermelon salad is full of anti-inflammatory phytochemicals, including lycopene (from the […]

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Are you a sweet or savory breakfast person? In my work with clients who have Lyme disease, I’ve found that many are “sweet breakfast” types of people. However, these clients also tend to experience instability in their energy levels throughout the day, chronic fatigue, or fluctuations in their mood. When I point out that the […]

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Lyme disease medical treatment, whether it involves pharmaceutical or herbal antibiotics, is necessary for recovery. However, antibiotics alone are often insufficient for inducing long-term recovery. High-quality nutritional supplements are a powerful complement to antibiotic treatment for Lyme disease that can enhance your recovery process. Supplements for Lyme disease augment the treatment process by addressing factors […]

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It’s uncommon to find a pharmaceutical medication that improves health at a root-cause level. Certain antibiotics and other antimicrobials (such as those used in Lyme disease treatment) are technically root-cause medications because they address underlying infections. However, most other drugs in the conventional medical compendium treat symptoms, not the underlying causes of those symptoms. There […]

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Lyme disease is an infection transmitted by a bite from an arthropod (insect or spider) vector, such as a deer tick. Lyme disease isn’t classically associated with gastrointestinal symptoms, at least not in the early stages of infection. However, a growing number of individuals with Lyme disease report gastrointestinal symptoms, including abdominal pain, bloating, gut […]

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