Month: April 2019

#230: Jay Davidson, DC – Liver Detox: How to unblock your liver.

In this episode you will learn three main things:

• How prepping before starting antibiotics will help you get healthy faster
• Why you are more likely to have a relapse after something bad happens
• When you should take time to take care of your bodies “drainage”

Dr. Jay is a chiropractor and holistic health coach who focuses on functional, natural medicine. In his quest to cure his wife from Lyme Disease, he developed a protocol which he then turned into 2 books “5 Steps to Restoring Health Protocol,” and “How to Fix Lyme Disease: 3 Secrets to Improve Any Lyme Disease Treatment.”

#229: Beth O’Hara – Mast Cell Activation: Is this why you are not getting better?

In this episode you will learn three main things:

• Why your Lyme symptoms might really be Mast Cell Activation Syndrome.
• An easy at home test to see if you have Mast Cell Activation
• The three common causes that trigger your mast cell

Beth O’Hara is a Functional Naturopath and Functional Genetic Analyst, she has been in practice for 10 years. After years of struggling with debilitating symptoms with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome, she discovered a three part approach that helped her get well. Her passion is working with people with MCAS to find their root causes and support their healing.

#228: Kiran Krishnan – Microbiome Labs, Gut Restoration Protocol

In this episode you will learn three main things:

* How thoroughly chewing your food helps your immune system
* Why you should consider adding spore based probiotics to your Lyme Protocol
* All about Megaspore’s New Gut Restore Protocol

Kiran Krishnan is a Research Microbiologist and has been involved in the dietary supplement and nutrition market for the past 16 years. He comes from a strict research background having spent several years with hands-on R&D in the fields of molecular medicine and microbiology at the University of Iowa.

Kiran earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology at the University of Iowa; his undergraduate education was followed up with post-graduate research in molecular biology and virology.

#227: 2019 Midcoast Lyme Disease Support & Education Conference – Paula Jackson Jones & Angele Rice

We want to welcome you to our 5th Annual Midcoast Lyme Disease Support & Education conference. When we first created MLDSE, we thought it would be a place for people to gather, to listen to others, share their own personal journeys and validate their struggles. It quickly became apparent that support has many layers beyond just listening.

For us, this has been a journey of not only listening but sharing, educating and connecting, nurturing and networking, encouraging, laughing, crying and celebrating. From the trenches, we take our own personal experiences, the good and the bad, and use them to empower others.

Five year later, MLDSE is busier than ever 24/7/365 and we are growing in ways that we never imagined. We are thrilled with all the partnerships and relationships that we’ve worked hard to build and for the supports and resources that we can freely offer to Maine’s Lyme community.

This year’s conference is a culmination of five years of hard work and steadfast determination to bring all our resources under one roof, on one day, with free admission to all who attend.

Bring your questions, find some answers, connect with resources and leave with hope.

Paula & Angele
Co-Founders, MLDSE