Nutritional and Lifestyle Support for Neurological Lyme

Mental health problems are exceedingly common in Lyme disease patients; there are over 340 peer-reviewed scientific journal articles documenting psychiatric symptoms associated with Lyme disease. (ref) A growing body of research indicates that neuropsychiatric symptoms such as sudden-onset panic, depression, anxiety, and anhedonia in Lyme patients have a strong immunological and biochemical basis. As a clinical nutritionist who has personally struggled with Lyme disease and (in the past) serious neuropsychiatric symptoms, I have a deep interest in the use of nutritional and lifestyle interventions for alleviating neurological Lyme symptoms. Read on to learn several of my favorite nutritional andlifestyle strategies for bringing your brain back into balance from Lyme disease.

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Hydroxytyrosol: A Superior Antioxidant for Combatting Oxidative Stress

Hydroxytyrosol, an antioxidant found in the olive plant, has demonstrated an exceptional capacity for neutralizing free radicals and can be a powerful tool in the fight against oxidative stress and chronic disease. Read on to learn about the powerful health benefits of hydroxytyrosol and how you can incorporate it into your healthy lifestyle. 

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Can Fermented Foods Improve Mental Health?

Food fermentation is an ancient culinary practice that improves the palatability and nutritional value of foods while also having preservative and medicinal functions. A growing body of research indicates that the gut microbiome plays a key role in mental health, and fermented foods contain beneficial microbes that beneficially influence the health of the microbiome. The consumption of fermented foods may, therefore, be a useful strategy for optimizing mental health. Read on to learn about how probiotics associated with fermented foods may influence brain function and optimize mental and emotional health.

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