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Nutrigenetic patterns of people with Lyme Disease.
Bob Miller, ND

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The Wahls Protocol for neurological Lyme.
Dr. Terry Wahls

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Using real foods to heal from Lyme Disease.
Brenda Cosintino

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Helping your mitochondria recover from Lyme Disease. 
Dr. Sally Shultz

#129: Ed Messick

Ed Messick was bitten by a tick in 8th grade - and he was originally diagnosed with mono. It seemed to be under control until a traumatic event on top of a highly stressful point in his college career which lead him to not only feel terrible, but also not take care of himself in a way that would help him regain his health. He now works in the bioinformatics field and is working to bring cutting edge research to Lyme Disease.

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#128: Dr. Bill Rawls

Dr. Rawls has written extensively on health topics, including Lyme disease, fibromyalgia, and Chronic Immune Dysfunction. He’s the author of Suffered Long Enough and has contributed to various health sites. Aside from his writing, Dr. Rawls serves as Medical Director for Vital Plan, an herbal supplement and wellness company he co-founded with his daughter, Braden.

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#127: Katina Makris

After 5 years of misdiagnosis and 5 more years of treatments, Katina has overcome chronic Lyme disease. She is on a nationwide Lyme awareness campaign with her recovery memoir and guide, “Out of the Woods; Healing Lyme Disease – Body, Mind & Spirit,” an award finalist for 2011 Best Book in Health with USA Book News.

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#124: Nicci & Martina

Nicci and Martina share their passion to help people avoid the struggles they had getting treated for Lyme disease in Ireland. They are active members of Tick Talk Ireland, and Irish based online support group.

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#123: Jean Monro, MD

Fully committed, Dr Monro has focussed on this specialist area for much of her career and successfully treats a wide variety of conditions such as chronic fatigue syndrome, Lyme disease and multiple chemical sensitivity, using certified laboratory tests to detect and address underlying infections and nutritional deficiencies, and by using low-dose immunotherapy as a foundation to rebuilding healthy immune systems.

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