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Keebler
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From the ILADS email newsletter I just received today (although the book has been out a few months):

ILADS member Dr. Nicola McFadzean, ND, has just completed her new book,

THE BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO LYME DISEASE: Diagnosis and Treatment Made Simple. [Foreword by Dr. Joseph Burrascano, MD]

She has also written the book: The Lyme Diet. Dr. McFadzean is a Naturopathic Physician . . .

Author's website: http://restormedicine.com/our-team/san-diego-naturopath/

Book website: http://www.lymeforbeginners.com

See the full table of contents, etc. and this Video by the author: 8:23
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If anyone has read this, I'd love to hear some feedback. The video above is very impressive as is the website and her previous book that I do have.
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I read it. Very good beginners book. And a confirmation for anyone else.
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Kudzuslipper,

Thanks for the feed back. In the video she mentions that it would also be a good book for those with chronic lyme to give others so that they could better understand the complexities. Think so?
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Keebler, I'll have skim it again with that in mind. I thought it might be too nuts and bolts for some one without Lyme. But perhaps the first chapter.
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I have the book, I think it is excellent.

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Lyme positive PCR blood, and
positive Bartonella henselae Igenex, 2011.
low positive Fry biofilm test, 2012.
Update 7/16- After extensive treatments,
doing okay!

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I have all of her books -- I like her thinking/approach...

This one is a good basic book and lists all the ABX protocols and dosages as well as herbal tinctures she uses

She believes you have to treat herbally along with ABX.

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Thanks, all, for all the input.
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