When it comes to choosing or creating a protocol there are many options available one can choose from. This can be something your doctor puts together for you or it can be something you set out to create on your own.
These days many individuals are finding solutions online and for some they will try different products and combinations of different modalities
to create such a protocol. This can consist of a dedicated plan that can last for a period of time but is subject to change. With Lyme Disease and coinfections, it is common for many to try more than one protocol before going into remission or recovering from the many symptoms that can accompany the disease.
The things that we believe that have been shown to be helpful consist of a combination of nutritional products, diet change, a positive mental outlook, finding a good llmd and support system with family friends and others who are going through a similar experience.
It is also important to connect with those who have been where you are and have positive success stories to inspire you to keep going and never give up as you recover and begin to see improvements with your symptom’s and overall health.
Here are some products we found to be helpful tools in assisting the body
in our personal recovery protocols
Along with nutritional, vitamins, herbs and some of the tools mentioned above we believe that positive affirmations, meditation, prayer, and continuing to have faith are also very important in the healing process of the mind body and spirit.
We also believe that learning to let go of past trauma and hurt and being able to forgive yourself and others can have an impact as well.
Drinking smoothies every morning for breakfast with greens, berries, gelatin, collagen and added powdered green super foods along with drinking bone broth and having a salad every day for lunch had become an important part of my new diet. For dinner I would have only grass-fed beef or Bison meat on a daily basis with lots of garlic and onion and steamed vegetables. This is what I stuck to for about a year and a half before I began to introduce other foods back into my diet. Many people with Lyme can and will develop food sensitivities, there is a food allergy test that you can take that will show what you may be allergic to helping you to make the proper adjustments.