Lyme Disease in Pregnancy & Beyond Dr. Jay Davidson

Lyme Disease in Pregnancy & Beyond: How to Keep Your Kids Safe

Want to share this article? Visit our re-post guidelines. Article summary: A case of Lyme disease spread from pregnant mother to developing fetus was first documented in 1985. The baby did not survive. Acute or chronic health conditions should be managed before getting pregnant. Aggressive treatments and detox protocols are not recommended for women who are…

Intermittent Fasting For Lyme Disease: Everything You Need To Know

Want to share this article? Visit our re-post guidelines. ARTICLE SUMMARY: Intermittent fasting offers benefits for cleansing, detoxification, metabolic health, cognitive function, and overall healing from Lyme and other chronic illnesses. When fasting, our bodies enter into a state of cleansing, repair, and detoxification. When we eat frequently, we don’t give our bodies enough time to…

Latest Lyme News Dr. Jay Davidson

Lyme Disease and Tick-Borne Illness: What’s New, Notable, and Newsworthy?

Want to share this article? Visit our re-post guidelines. Article Summary: Famous singer Avril Lavigne is raising Lyme disease awareness by revealing her personal struggle with the disease and writing and performing music about her experience. Lyme disease is now present in 100% of the United States and most of the world. The CDC recently…

Ketogenic Diet & Lyme Disease Dr. Jay Davidson

Ketosis: The Lifestyle & Diet Hack for Lyme Disease & Chronic Illness

Want to share this article? Visit our re-post guidelines. Article Summary: With all the contradictory information about fat consumption, it’s easy to be confused and unsure of which types of fat are good or bad. The human body uses both glucose and ketones for fuel. Ketogenesis produces organic compounds, called ketones, from the breakdown of fat.…

The Kissing Bug Spreading “Silent Killer” Parasites Across the U.S., and Other Parasite News You Need To Know

ARTICLE SUMMARY We often think that we don’t have a parasite problem in the U.S., but the reality is that parasitic infection is extremely common, and can cause all kinds of different symptoms that may overlap with Lyme symptoms. “Kissing bugs” called triatomines that like to bite people on and around the mouth and eyes…