Ketone Supplements for Lyme Disease

Dr. Heather Cardin received her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City in 1997. Drs. Heather and Ralph opened their first chiropractic office in her home town of Paola, Kansas in 1998. She is now currently practicing in Overland Park, Kansas. Her patients benefit from her knowledge and expertise, drawing from her extensive training in diagnostic technology, Applied Kinesiology, Acupuncture and nutrition.

In this episode you will learn:

  1. About exogenous ketones
  2. What they are, and
  3. How they can help you function better
  4. The Lyme Ninja Radio Keto Challenge

Betsy Walker believes she got sick during a camping trip in 1996. She had typical flu like symptoms but these were attributed to her allergies time and time again. It took her three years to get diagnosed, and by that time it had affected her central nervous system as well. She attributes feeling back to normal to a ketogenic diet.

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Aurora and I are very excited to bring you the Lyme Ninja Radio Keto Challenge. Be sure to check it out. You’ll thank us.


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Take the Lyme Ninja Radio Keto Challenge21 days to more energy, less brain fog and a ninja spirit. Guaranteed.

Introducing the Lyme Ninja Radio Keto Challenge. Add exogenous ketones to your current supplement routine for 21 days and we guarantee you'll feel the difference.

"...since I've been on a ketogenic diet in combination with Keto//OS, I've had several lost memories return. In addition, I've also noticed that loud noise no longer bothers me."
Betsy Walker • Dickinson, Texas


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As a regular listener to Lyme Ninja Radio, you will be exposed to many experts in and around the Lyme Community. It’s important to keep tabs on the latest developments in Lyme research and treatment, and it’s also important to cross pollinate these ideas with experts outside of the Lyme community. Many scientific breakthroughs happen unexpectedly. The most famous example is the accidental discovery of penicillin. By including experts from field outside of the Lyme community, I hope to keep our thinking fresh.

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