Month: February 2016

#78: Author – Dorothy Leland – When Your Child Has Lyme Disease: a parents survival guide

Dorothy’s new book, When Your Child Has Lyme Disease: A Parent’s Survival Guide, grew out of her experience with Lyme disease activism. Written with psychotherapist Sandra Berenbaum, LCSW, it is geared towards helping families navigate the difficult waters of dealing with Lyme disease and all that it entails.

Dorothy Kupcha Leland was a published author when in 2005 her daughter became so disabled she was forced to use a wheelchair. At that time, Leland didn’t even know what Lyme disease was, or what a huge controversy it was.

#77: Author РKate Rh̩aume-Bleue, N.D. РVitamin K2 and the Calcium Paradox # Lyme Disease

Dr. Kate, as her patients know her, graduated from McMaster University with an honors BSc in Biology and completed her professional training at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto, class of 2002. Dr. Kate is a Canadian expert in natural medicine and a contributing editor to several health-related publications.

Born and raised on Montreal’s West Island, Kate now makes her home in Ancaster, Ontario (just west of Hamilton) with her husband, sons and Chloe, the Great Dane.

#76: Lyme Ninja & Expert – Alix Mayer & Martin Zucker – Earthing for Lyme Pain # lyme disease

Earthing is the science of healing by literally grounding to the Earth.

Martin Zucker has been writing about health, nutrition, and fitness for more than thirty years. During that time he has written a dozen book and hundreds of magazine articles. He is a former Associated Press foreign correspondent.

Alix Mayer spent 18 years with undiagnosed Lyme Disease. She was forced to leave her job as a global research manager for Apple, Inc in 1996 to focus on her health. From there she started researching for her personal health. Today she is a health coach and writer, an editor for Med Nauseaum and SpiroChicks, and a non-profit development consultant.