Month: September 2017

#153: Susan Pogorzelski, Lyme Brave Foundation, Emotional Support for People with Lyme

In this episode you will learn:

• How for Susan the worst part of being sick with Lyme Disease was the isolation
• The launch of the Lyme Brave foundation, a national support resource center for patient
• Why Susan is passionate about making sure Lyme patients and caregiver stories are heard.

Susan was born in Pennsylvania, where she graduated from college with a BA in English. In 2012 she was diagnosed with late-stage Lyme Disease after being sick with little explanation for nearly 15 years. After being in remission for nearly a year, Susan relapsed in 2015. Her new book, The Last Letter is closely based on her own struggles with Lyme Disease.

#152: Morley Robbins, The Magnesium Advocacy Group – Iron Toxicity and Magnesium

In this episode you will learn:

• How bioavailable copper prevents iron toxicity damage in your body.
• The hidden danger of iron supplements.
• The critical role magnesium plays in your health that nobody is talking about

Morley had been a hospital executive and consultant for 32 years until he developed a condition called “frozen shoulder.” Which opened his eyes to the power of natural medicine, and set him on his path of becoming an expert in the interplay between magnesium, copper and iron metabolism.

Through his Magnesium Advocacy Group (MAG), he is committed to educating as many people as possible about the importance of iron toxicity and how magnesium and copper help regulate the well-being of all.

#151: Girl Scout Troop 1971 – Raising Quail to Combat Spread of Ticks

In this Episode you will Learn:

• What inspired the “Quail Scouts”
• How communities are rallying around Lyme disease awareness
• Why quail are a great solution to combat tick population

Violet, Piper and Jennifer are all in 7th grade, and are girl scout troops on Long Island. Piper and Violet have been in the Girl Scouts since Kindergarten, and Jennifer joined in 6th grade.

They noticed the large amount of Lyme Disease cases in their community, among adults, relatives, and school aged kids, and decided as part of their Cadet Silver Star Project to raise Quail chicks to release in their area to combat the tick population in their area. They are set to release the Quails at the end of September.

#150: Rebecca Cotterall, Nutritional Therapist – What to Eat When You Have Lyme Disease

After suffering with Chronic Fatigue and Lyme Disease for 12 years Rebecca Cotterall found nutrition to be hugely beneficial on her journey of recovery. She is a fully qualified Nutritional Therapist practicing in the North West of England, based in Chorley in Lancashire.Rebecca’s passion is helping others on their own journey to better health, because she has learnt you don’t have to live with those aches and pains everyday. Changing your diet and lifestyle, even slightly, can result in great improvements to your health.