I think I can, I think I can, I know I can!
The Eco-Phd – Kristina Honey
The Woman: Kristina’s story is an inspiring one. She’s a traveller and adventurer and seems to be a lover of all things natural. Her commitment to her studies is obvious as she battled uphill against Lyme disease to finally get her doctorate. Refusing to believe that late-stage Lyme was incurable, Dr. Honey collaborated with other researchers and medical doctors to pioneer a novel treatment protocol using experimental nano-mineral treatments (nano-silver and nano-gold) with trace minerals for therapeutic support (oligotherapy) Good vibes resonate from this gal’s story and it’s great to see that she has fully recovered.
The Tennis Star – Sam Stosur
The Woman: Samantha Stosur is an Australian tennis champion. She won the US open in 2011 and has been ranked as high as number 4 in the world.
The Park Ranger – Jordan Fisher Smith
The Man: Jordan is a park ranger turned author who also featured in the documentary Under Our Skin. His story shows the courage needed to find the right treatment for a condition that is deeply misunderstood around the world. His perseverance pays off and after a roller coaster ride that he and his family endure together Jordan finally regains his wellbeing.
The Aussie Legend – Phillip Jones
The Man: Phillip Jones is a 48 year old living on the East Coast of Australia. Yep. That’s all I got.
The Patient turned Healer – Heather
The Woman: Heather lives in the United States and has undergone an epic journey to fully recover from Lyme disease. She was mentored along the way by Perry Fields.
The Better Health Guy – Scott Forsgren
The Man: Scott is a friend that I have connected with through his website Better Health Guy, a website which provides a whole heap of very valuable information concerning Lyme disease and recovering from chronic illness. He is very diligent in his approach and frequents a large array of conferences on Lyme and its surrounding topics and shares these notes through his site. I highly recommend checking them out. He seems to be a good example of someone doing everything within their power to recover and I’m grateful to have crossed his path.
The Track Athlete -Perry Fields
The Woman: Perry is a track and field athlete from the US. She has become a bit of a personality in the Lyme community and hopes to do for Lyme what Lance Armstrong did for Prostate cancer. Championing holistic healing modalities to recover (and improve upon) her own health has been the inspiration for many others to do the same.
The U2 Tour Gal - Dana Walsh
The Woman: Dana is one of the leading ladies in the documentary Under Our Skin. She has earned the nick name the U2 tour gal amongst people who I’ve talked to about the movie as this is her job during the filming. Her story is heartfelt and expressed the loneliness of feeling the walking wounded and enduring the difficulties of an invisible illness. There are touches of a Hollywood ending to her story as she meets her dream Doctor, regains a large part of her health and wellbeing and also falls in love. Go Dana!
But wait. There’s more:
- Here’s a link to a page with a range of interviews from people who have recovered from Lyme.
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