Month: March 2018

#178: Lyn Delmastro Thompson – BodyTalk Therapy for Lyme Disease

In this episode you will learn:

• What bodytalk is and how what it can help
• How Lyn helps her patients get in touch with what their bodies need
• And a practical how to for starting a conversation with your body

Lyn discovered she was chronically ill in 2004, when she had to cancel a surgery because something was wrong with her blood work. In the years that followed she pursued alternative methods to regain her health, and had mixed success. She found BodyTalk through a friend, and when she found it drastically reduced the persistent pain she had been experiencing – she wanted to learn more about it.

Lyn now works as a certified BodyTalk practitioner at her Heart Fire Healing practice in Portland, where she helps people with anxiety, stress, illness and pain.

#177: Paula Jackson Jones & Angele Rice – Don’t miss the 2018 Midcoast Maine Lyme Conference

In this episode you will learn:

• Why you won’t want to miss the Midcoast Maine Lyme Disease Conference
• How this conference is perfect for patients as well Lyme Literate Health Care providers
• How the conference is designed to take care of people with Lyme including a quiet room and quality food.

Paula was bit by a tick in October 2009 going undiagnosed for almost 18 months. In April 2011, Paula had Neurological Lyme Disease and numerous co-infections and began her three year journey back to health with a team of lyme literate doctors.

Angele Rice was bitten as a child – after growing up with numerous complex chronic health conditions – her state of health after the birth of her first child galvinized her to look for answers for why she was so sick – she was finally diagnosed with lyme at age thirty.

These women first created the Midcoast Lyme Disease Support group – and later the conference as a way to empower and educate their local community about lyme disease – and as a way to bring national expertise to their local community.

176 – Lyme Ninja Best Of – Dr. Richard Horowitz

Dr Richard Horowitz is a board certified internist in private practice in Hyde Park, N.Y. He is medical director of the Hudson Valley Healing Arts Center, an integrative medical center which combines both classical and complementary approaches in the treatment of Lyme Disease and other tick-borne disorders. He has treated over 12,000 Chronic Lyme disease patients in the last 28 years, with patients coming from the US, Canada, Europe, Australia and New Zealand to his clinic.

Dr. Horowitz has presented at numerous scientific conferences on Lyme Disease, and has published on the role of co-infections and toxins in Lyme Borreliosis. He was awarded the Humanitarian of the Year award by the Turn the Corner Foundation for his treatment of Lyme Disease, and has dedicated his life to helping those stricken with this devastating illness. His book “Why Can’t I Get Better? Solving the Mystery of Lyme and Chronic Disease” was was on the NY Times Science Best Seller list within the first month of its release.

#175: Steven Piacentino, Bee Keeper – Bee Pollen – the super food you never heard of

In this episode you will learn:

• The health benefits of Bee pollen
• What permaculture is and why it matters for nutritious food
• Why bee pollen is a nutrient dense source of protein

#174: Leanne Venier – Healing With Biophotonic Light Therapy

In this episode you will learn

• Why color and light are must both be taken into account when considering light therapy
• How doctors treat jaundice with sunlight
• There is a time and a place for blue light – just not before bed

Leanne Venier is an artist, entrepreneur, eastern medicine physician and former submarine engineer. Leanne is a leading authority on a unique modality that combines light therapy, color light, and neuroscience to improve health and brain function. She has been featured on tv, national radio, magazines and at medical conferences about the science behind light and color therapy and their use in regulating the body

She says in her biography “I’ve always been interested in how various colors are tied into our psyche, and more importantly, how they affect us physically and emotionally. We are, in fact, so influenced by color that by simply noticing what colors we are drawn to at any given time, we can gain insight into where and how we need to bring balance back into our lives.”