Lyme disease: Why is Detoxification So Important?


By Dobrusia Szramowiak, Naturopath Why can’t we just kill the Lyme disease pathogen and get on with life? Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. The Complex Nature of Lyme DiseaseLyme disease pathogens release many toxins throughout their lifecycle, burdening the body’s detox systems. This leads to the build-up of not only pathogenic toxins but also environmental […]


The Seven Rules of Lyme Disease


I often use the analogy of a patient going into a doctor’s office with sixteen nails in his or her foot. If the doctor only pulls out one nail, the patient will not feel better. The medical paradigm that many healthcare providers subscribe to for chronic diseases—that there is one cause for one illness—is outdated.


Don’t Say ‘Lyme’


By Jane Lockton The Bite In 1993, my husband and I moved to the UK to start an 18-month stay for work and study and of course, as much travel as possible. At the beginning of our stay, we took a trip with friends to Scotland where we spent a week or two sailing around […]


Despair, Research, Resolution


Anonymous Lyme Patient Since childhood, I have always had a very inquisitive mind. Later, as an Engineering student and graduate I was always interested, and not surprisingly, in science-based facts, but also paying special attention to the origins of those facts. My Lyme Diagnosis Journey I am convinced that in my family we have all […]


ART and The Lyme Pandemic


By Ariane Heller I am a German Medical Doctor, a German Naturopath, and a German-Russian trained Spiritual Healer with 20 years of experience in treating Lyme patients. My first experiences with Lyme reach back to the times when I met Dr Klinghardt, underwent my training in his ART (Autonomic Response Testing). I immediately applied my […]


Sue’s Miracle Spinal Cord Stimulator


By Sue Sherratt Hi, everyone, my name is Sue Sherratt and I live in Sydney, Australia.  Due to living with tick-borne disease for many years, I had long felt my life as I once knew it was over. I had resigned myself to spending the rest of my life in a wheelchair, having lost my […]


Book Review: But You Look Healthy! by Juliet Wilson


“A clear pathway back to health, and proof that it works” When Canadian-born Aussie, Juliet Wilson finally found the root cause of a lengthy and debilitating health battle, then treated it with great success, she committed to sharing what she had learned with others. ‘But You Look Healthy’ is her gift to those who find […]


Neurofeedback, the hug my nervous system needed


By Juliet C Wilson “Neurofeedback is one of my favourite therapies, and I’ve seen it work wonders for Lyme Brain. I have had patients go from only sleeping two hours per night to sleeping full nights after a few sessions of neurofeedback. Others, after years of not feeling creative due to their Lyme disease, have […]


Dee’s Lyme journey: Was SOT the answer in the end?


By Dee Gozdecka I remember that late spring morning in 2014, when I woke up with a sharp pain on the left side of my chest. It was unusual and I could not move, but after a while it eased, and I finally got out of bed and started my day as usual. Over the […]


Natalie’s Story: 110 ticks in one day


During her years in the service of New South Wales National Parks, Natalie Young was often bitten by ticks. For years, this was no big deal. She lived a healthy lifestyle, surfing regularly on top of her active, outdoor, dream job as Field Officer Discovery Park Ranger. She had renovated a couple of houses, was […]


Book Review: The Deep Places – A Memoir of Chronic Illness & Discovery by Ross Douthat


On the day his wife announced she was pregnant with their third child, Ross Douthat found a swelling on his neck, six inches down from his left ear. Ross and Abby were in the prime of their lives, a happy couple with established careers and a couple of kids. And to put icing on their […]


How Leonie squeezed Lyme out of her life


Leonie Shanahan had made it. She had chased a long-held dream; and worked hard to make a name for herself in the horticulture industry. She pioneered the Edible School Gardens program on the Sunshine Coast, published an educational book and DVD, and become known as an organic gardening expert. She won awards, hung out with […]