Month: October 2018

#207: Dr. Rob Abbott – How to get the most from your doctor visit

In this episode you will learn:

• How to get the most out of your time with a doctor
• The best way to get a doctor to listen to you
• And how the order you explain your symptoms matter

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 Charlottesville, VA

#206: Emily Givler – Oxalates, hidden cause of pain and inflammation

In this episode you will learn:

• What is an oxalate and why its bad for you
• The best way to test at home if you have an oxalate sensitivity
• How Lyme Disease can increase your chances of having an oxalate sensitivity

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.

From the Tree of Life website

#205: Dr. Neil Nathan – Author, Toxic: Heal your body from mold toxicity & Lyme Disease

In this episode you will learn:

• How secondary porpheria can impact your lyme journey
• What carbon Monoxide poisoning has to do with your lyme symptoms
• Why mast cells don’t deserve the bad rap they get

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.

#204: Mari Thuen – Neuroplasticity for Lyme Disease

In this episode you will learn:

• How something called neuroplasticity can help relieve lyme symptoms
• When a Lyme Diagnosis stops being helpful
• How fifteen minutes of mindfulness can heal you

Mari doesn’t know when or where she contracted Lyme disease. To make matters worse, she is terrified of bugs and screams when she sees one. Her main symptoms are overwhelming fatigue that has forced her to withdrawal from university to focus on on her health.