Michelle Slater, Author of Starving to Heal in Siberia After a years-long struggle with various Lyme symptoms such as chronic fatigue, brain fog, and joint pain that ultimately prevented her from teaching and doing simple tasks like reading and driving, Michelle Slater began considering assisted suicide. She had tried every known treatment, from aggressive allopathic […]
Christa Nannos, Author of Tick Tock Lyme O’Clock and Previous Lyme360+ Guest In your Lyme Disease journey did you ever wish you had something to help you sooner on your journey? Christa Nannos felt the same way, she wrote a book that is made to help someone anywhere in their Lyme journey. Her book is […]
Daisy Ilchovska, Founder of Optimal Health Nutrition and Author of Lyme in the Limelight Why is Lyme disease so difficult to subside? Infections and inflammation seem to always arise and cause a setback? Is the link between our immune system and Lyme crucial to healing? Daisy Ilchovska is a fellow Lyme warrior, nutritionist, and expert in […]
Lyme in the Military and Her New Book Jenn Hyla is a Lyme warrior, author, and coach. She wrote The Lyme Ease Survival Guidebook, which is made to help readers navigate Lyme disease with helpful resources and treatments. Jenn’s Lyme disease journey started in 2011 while she was on deployment for the airforce at basic […]
Nicole Bell is a mom and Successful Entrepreneur Her Family’s Journey to Find the Right Diagnosis Nicole Danielle Bell’s life was turn upside down when in 2017, her husband received a devastating diagnosis – Lyme disease. His health declined, and Nicole went from engineer to caregiver. Doctor after doctor, she was unsatisfied with their answers, […]
Kris Newby is the author of the investigative book Bitten that looks into the history of Lyme disease and its origins during the Cold War.