The Intersection of Lyme and Coronavirus: Natural Methods to Treat COVID-19 in those with Chronic Lyme

During this next phase of the Corona virus saga, the many people dealing with chronic Lyme may feel like walking targets. It is being made very clear on news reports across the country that the population base most vulnerable to COVID-19 are the elderly and those ...

Menopause and Weight Loss: A Nutritional Approach

Mood swings start to become a daily (or hourly) occurrence and being in a room-temperature area starts to feel like a sauna. Lack of sleep starts to kick in, a monthly friend subsides and weight that once was easy to shed is now being stubborn. Welcome to ...

Lyme Disease: Pitfalls of a Broken System

When it comes to Lyme disease, there are many pitfalls. Often, we are blinded by trust or our desire to feel better, so we don’t see things as they are until we look back. Sometimes we have no idea that the medical providers we trust don’t know what we’re experiencing ...

The Silent Pandemic of Lyme Disease: Understanding Risks, Infections and Treatment

Think of Lyme disease as a silent pandemic. The CDC reports there are 300,000 new cases every year in the US, while other estimates put the number much higher. More than 80 countries have reported cases of Lyme disease. Testing is unreliable, there is no ...

Avoid Pandemic Pandemonium: Lessons from the Herd

There is a reason why the saying "may you live in interesting times" is viewed as both a blessing and a curse. These are undoubtedly interesting times that were unimaginable just a few months ago. The coronavirus pandemic is causing physical illness, but beyond the the ...

Physical Distancing: The Spiritual Impact of Socializing

In a time of national emergency, how do we filter through the many concerns around safe contact; how do we protect ourselves, our children and our family? There is panic pervading many places. Are our fears realistic? Are we looking at survival of the fittest? This virus ...