Dana Walsh & Brent Martin: Lyme Less, Live More – #255

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Dana and Brent come on Bulletproof Radio today to share their personal experience with Lyme disease and toxic mold exposure, as well as their suggestions on how you can cope with chronic illness. Enjoy the show!

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Dana Walsh, featured in the Lyme Documentary UNDER OUR SKIN, and Brent Martin are founders of Lyme Less Live More, identified a giant gap while recovering from Lyme: What to do in-between doctor visits? Each with a personal Lyme story and both having been down a long road with chronic illness (10 plus years), they recall that time when they felt they were left in the abyss. They realized to reverse an illness, it would take daily care and attention. Now, with the help of their expert faculty Dana and Brent teach a multi-facetted approach to recovering health that includes self-care, healthy mindset, and conscious awareness.

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