Date: Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Time: 8:00 – 9:00 pm, EST
(Simply register your email using the form below to join us. Not a good time for you? No worries, we’ll send you the audio link so you can listen later! But you must…REGISTER NOW! )
Lyme disease and antibiotic treatment typically brings with it a host of other infections – yeast, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), parasites, and more co-infections than you can name in one breath.
Many of these infections, including the Lyme, set up house somewhere in the gut, which is also a location where biofilm can be found.
Digestive symptoms such as pain, cramping, chronic constipation, diarrhea, nausea, and indigestion are among the most common symptoms of people with Lyme and tick-borne disease.
You may have had pre-Lyme digestive weakness or yeast which left you more vulnerable to chronic Lyme infection. Or perhaps your digestive trouble began as a result of side-effects from antibiotic treatment for Lyme.
Regardless of timing, Lyme disease and gut imbalance are inextricably linked.
The gut (meaning your small and large intestine together) is central to your ability to heal and have energy, yet these problems are often low on the priority list for what receives diagnostic attention and treatment when you are seeking treatment for Lyme disease.
In fact, it may even become further damaged by the antibiotic treatment for Lyme.
Learn why and how to set yourself on the correct path to healing when you join us for this webinar.
You will receive:
- A clear understanding of what SIBO is, and why there’s no way around addressing bacterial gut overgrowth if you want a full recovery from Lyme Disease;
- How to know if you have it, why it’s often mistaken for other common digestive diseases such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and the steps you need to take to heal it; and
- How to utilize special dietary and cleansing protocols to address and heal SIBO, yeast, and many other digestive system challenges while healing from Lyme, and why it’s to your greatest advantage to do both at the same time.
I look forward to seeing you there!