LYME DISEASE, NUTRITION and MORE


Along with adequate protein, fruits and vegetables are important. Good nutrition with no junk food. It’s what your body craves when it tries to heal itself. You can literally not get enough.

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EATING RIGHT

  • Avoid processed foods; eat only whole foods that are nutrient rich.

  • Drink plenty of water – at least two liters per day – to help flush out waste and toxins.

  • Add fermented foods to your diet.

  • Use probiotics every day.  Be sure to buy fresh, high quality ones with live cultures.

  • Reduce or eliminate all inflammatory animal products and gluten.

  • Make sure your diet is comprised of lean, organic proteins, fruits and vegetables, and healthy fats such as flax oil, avocado, olives, and coconut.

  • Eat fiber-rich foods that will detox the bowels.

  • Avoid sugars, caffeine, and saturated fats.

 

AND PLEASE REMEMBER

  • Get as much rest as possible by following an early bedtime ritual.

  • Don’t aggressively exercise.  This can cause a backlash of pain and fatigue that lasts for days.  Instead, opt for gentle exercises such as swimming, yoga, pilates, and walking.