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

#2


The Wahls Protocol for neurological Lyme.
Dr. Terry Wahls

#3


Using real foods to heal from Lyme Disease.
Brenda Cosintino

#4


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

#209: Stephen Lewis, DC

Dr. Stephen Lewis is a chiropractor and his wife Janet is a Certified Natural Health Consultant. Together they run Green Wisdom Health in Longview Texas, where they provide nutrition services, lab services and chiropractic services.

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#208: Brendon Lundgren

Brendon Lundberg is the President of Radiant Pain Relief. He co-founded Radiant Pain relief with the vision to build «the safest, most consistently effective » pain relief tool. Radiant Pain Relief first opened in 2014 and now they plan to continue growing and bring pain relief all across the country.

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#207: Dr. Rob Abbott

Rob Abbott graduated from the University of Virginia School of Medicine in 2017. He approaches medicine from an evolutionary and functional perspective and practices what he calls “spiritually focused and evolutionarily informed functional medicine. » he has opened a practice in Charlotte, VA

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#206: Emily Givler

Emily Givler, DSC is a Functional/Genetic Nutrition Consultant and Dietary Supplements Counselor with the NutriGenetic Research Institute and Tree of Life. She specializes in food sensitivities, utilizing genetically influenced dietary protocols designed to maximize health outcomes. She holds degrees from the Holt Institute of Medicine and Pan-American Institute.

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#205: Dr. Neil Nathan

Dr. Nathan Neil is a family physician who graduated from University of Chicago’s Pritzker School of Medicine. From the beginning he has been drawn to helping people with complex medical problems. He now primarily works with people with chronic illnesses like Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Chronic Lyme disease. And has written several books on how to help people with complex chronic illnesses.

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