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A comprehensive, natural approach to treating acute and chronic Lyme disease, from a leading naturopathic physician who has managed his symptoms for more than fifteen years. Lyme disease is one of the fastest-growing infectious diseases in the United States, and millions of people worldwide suffer from its shape-shifting symptoms. Now, in The Lyme Solution, Dr. Darin In A comprehensive, natural approach to treating acute and chronic Lyme disease, from a leading naturopathic physician who has managed his symptoms for more than fifteen years. Lyme disease is one of the fastest-growing infectious diseases in the United States, and millions of people worldwide suffer from its shape-shifting symptoms. Now, in The Lyme Solution, Dr. Darin Ingels shares his revolutionary approach to treating and healing acute and chronic Lyme. Drawing on his experience as a naturopathic physician who has treated thousands of cases, and as a patient, Ingels reveals that Lyme is an autoimmune disease as much as it is an infection. Conventional treatments too often rely on toxic doses of antibiotics that weaken your body and worsen symptoms, instead of boosting your ability to fight for your health. Including the latest research about the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme, Ingels's uniquely holistic approach provides a path to wellness by fortifying the microbiome, enhancing the immune system, and strengthening the body's ability to heal from within. The Lyme Solution offers a simple, five-step plan, including: * the most effective early treatment and prevention measures to avoid contracting the disease or stop it in its tracks; * an Immune Boosting Diet and list of herbal supplements that will increase immunity and reduce inflammation; * guidelines for when and how to use antibiotics as an effective part of your treatment plan; * tools to identify and eliminate conditions that mimic Lyme disease or exacerbate your symptoms. Whether you are facing acute or chronic Lyme, or undiagnosed autoimmune symptoms, the natural, whole-body approach of The Lyme Solution will help you permanently recover your health, and reclaim your life.


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A comprehensive, natural approach to treating acute and chronic Lyme disease, from a leading naturopathic physician who has managed his symptoms for more than fifteen years. Lyme disease is one of the fastest-growing infectious diseases in the United States, and millions of people worldwide suffer from its shape-shifting symptoms. Now, in The Lyme Solution, Dr. Darin In A comprehensive, natural approach to treating acute and chronic Lyme disease, from a leading naturopathic physician who has managed his symptoms for more than fifteen years. Lyme disease is one of the fastest-growing infectious diseases in the United States, and millions of people worldwide suffer from its shape-shifting symptoms. Now, in The Lyme Solution, Dr. Darin Ingels shares his revolutionary approach to treating and healing acute and chronic Lyme. Drawing on his experience as a naturopathic physician who has treated thousands of cases, and as a patient, Ingels reveals that Lyme is an autoimmune disease as much as it is an infection. Conventional treatments too often rely on toxic doses of antibiotics that weaken your body and worsen symptoms, instead of boosting your ability to fight for your health. Including the latest research about the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme, Ingels's uniquely holistic approach provides a path to wellness by fortifying the microbiome, enhancing the immune system, and strengthening the body's ability to heal from within. The Lyme Solution offers a simple, five-step plan, including: * the most effective early treatment and prevention measures to avoid contracting the disease or stop it in its tracks; * an Immune Boosting Diet and list of herbal supplements that will increase immunity and reduce inflammation; * guidelines for when and how to use antibiotics as an effective part of your treatment plan; * tools to identify and eliminate conditions that mimic Lyme disease or exacerbate your symptoms. Whether you are facing acute or chronic Lyme, or undiagnosed autoimmune symptoms, the natural, whole-body approach of The Lyme Solution will help you permanently recover your health, and reclaim your life.

30 review for The Lyme Solution: A 5-Part Plan to Fight the Inflammatory Auto-Immune Response and Beat Lyme Disease

  1. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Devito

    Good overview of Lyme disease and what the bacteria does to your body. Good step by step process to help eliminate the bacteria and heal your immune system. Nothing really stands out though, very similar advice every naturopath gives. The best part of the book was the section on natural herbal supplements. He lists multiple by all sorts of doctors, so he isn’t just pushing his own stuff. I haven’t tried them yet but likely will soon (can report back if they work). He is big on the alkaline diet wh Good overview of Lyme disease and what the bacteria does to your body. Good step by step process to help eliminate the bacteria and heal your immune system. Nothing really stands out though, very similar advice every naturopath gives. The best part of the book was the section on natural herbal supplements. He lists multiple by all sorts of doctors, so he isn’t just pushing his own stuff. I haven’t tried them yet but likely will soon (can report back if they work). He is big on the alkaline diet which has been proven to be nonsense, so that’s kind of disappointing. But other than that the diet seems fairly healthy. His anecdotal results using this diet are likely from it simply being healthier than the standard American diet, which isn’t that big of a problem I guess. The worst part of the book were the “easy” recipes. 1. They aren’t easy, especially if you have Lyme disease and are constantly exhausted. 2. A lot of the ingredients are not normal foods found at the average supermarket (you need a Whole Foods and lots of money). 3. If you follow his exact recipes you would probably consume 750 calories in a day. It just isn’t realistic. Probably worth reading if you have Lyme and are struggling since there are multiple supplements he suggests. I’m not sure if anything in the book actually works but can report back after experimenting.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Suzan Jackson

    Despite 10+ years of experience with tick infections in our family, I still learned some new information from this book. Since we mostly addressed things like gut health, diet, and inflammation already, I focused in on his treatment chapters, which were eye-opening for me. I discovered we have probably been on the wrong protocol for us and as a result of this book, my son and I are both trying a new protocol. Time will tell if it works better for us, but I am excited to have a new path to try. T Despite 10+ years of experience with tick infections in our family, I still learned some new information from this book. Since we mostly addressed things like gut health, diet, and inflammation already, I focused in on his treatment chapters, which were eye-opening for me. I discovered we have probably been on the wrong protocol for us and as a result of this book, my son and I are both trying a new protocol. Time will tell if it works better for us, but I am excited to have a new path to try. The book isn't perfect and sometimes contradicts itself (and barely mentions co-infections), but I learned a lot and am feeling more hopeful for the first time in a long time. Here's my full, more detailed review: https://bookbybook.blogspot.com/2018/...

  3. 4 out of 5

    Peachie

    I can't imagine this is the same book other people are raving about- I found it confusing and the opposite of helpful. Since I live in the middle of nowhere and the only doctor here shrugged at the idea of my having Lyme disease, I knew I had to do my own research. I was so happy to come across this book - but had so many problems with it. 1) When listing different treatment protocols, it would have been a lot less confusing if they were first numbered and, under each topic, included a list of the I can't imagine this is the same book other people are raving about- I found it confusing and the opposite of helpful. Since I live in the middle of nowhere and the only doctor here shrugged at the idea of my having Lyme disease, I knew I had to do my own research. I was so happy to come across this book - but had so many problems with it. 1) When listing different treatment protocols, it would have been a lot less confusing if they were first numbered and, under each topic, included a list of the specific herbal formulations and their properties. A paragraph that immediately begins with "Take Dr. Zhang's HH Caps, Coptis, and Cordyceps" is NOT helpful! 2) All the personal case histories scattered throughout the book ran together and grew so tiresome. To me they would have been more impactful if they had been a separate index with the symptoms matched with the treatments. 3) Chapter 3, The Gut Protocol, is problematic. For adding probiotics, glutamine, and digestive enzymes into your digestive tract, only supplements/pills were recommended. Why no dietary suggestions? 4)While I appreciate the PH dietary lists, I'm skeptical of all the lists after finding the same item on two different lists. (Page 105, pineapple is simultaneously mildly acidic and most alkaline.) Sorry to go on and on about this this book. I believe this doctor knows what he's talking about but, for me, I think he also needed a better editor to help organize the information.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Felker

    Overall, I found this book to be painfully basic for such a complex topic. In the first 100 or so pages, the science is very dumbed down providing only a surface overview (that anyone already fighting this disease would be informed upon). Also, be forewarned that his diet recommendations are predominately vegetarian and still include a lot of grains and high lectin foods- which is very contradictory to the other major Lyme researchers. I would skip reading this one and focus on the diet and rese Overall, I found this book to be painfully basic for such a complex topic. In the first 100 or so pages, the science is very dumbed down providing only a surface overview (that anyone already fighting this disease would be informed upon). Also, be forewarned that his diet recommendations are predominately vegetarian and still include a lot of grains and high lectin foods- which is very contradictory to the other major Lyme researchers. I would skip reading this one and focus on the diet and research found in Dr. Rawls newest book, Unlocking Lyme.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Rachel B

    While this book has some helpful information in it, Ingels's tone and approach didn't resonate with me. He first says that Lyme tests are notoriously unreliable, missing lab-cultured Lyme a good portion of the time, even, and then declares that it's still important to get these tests done anyway. He advocates a trial-and-error approach, which is understandable due to the complicated nature of Lyme, but he also tends to assume that we all have unlimited (or nearly unlimited) resources with which to While this book has some helpful information in it, Ingels's tone and approach didn't resonate with me. He first says that Lyme tests are notoriously unreliable, missing lab-cultured Lyme a good portion of the time, even, and then declares that it's still important to get these tests done anyway. He advocates a trial-and-error approach, which is understandable due to the complicated nature of Lyme, but he also tends to assume that we all have unlimited (or nearly unlimited) resources with which to embrace this approach. He also throws around medical jargon without ever defining certain terms, which is always frustrating. A huge portion of the book is a recipe section... none of the recipes seemed very appetizing, and the same ingredients were used over and over. I feel like readers would have been better off if Ingels had simply recommended a couple of cookbooks that fit his criteria rather than trying to come up with his own. I just didn't feel like this book had much more information than I've seen in other places, and it's a little too repetitive and wordy for me to recommend that anyone else invest their time in it.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Attica

    I personally do not have Lyme (that I know of) but have many people in my immediate family who do. This book is not a Lyme bible by any means, but the doc is pretty open and frank about their symptoms and experiences and what worked for them. They give plenty of ideas, options, and resources to try both for those who have Lyme, as well as general health boosting practices (i.e. reducing stress and toxins in life).

  7. 5 out of 5

    robyn

    I appreciate that this at least appears to be a very thoroughly researched and scientific treatment of Lyme, which embraces both the western and eastern methods of treating illness. So I'm starring it on the approach and potential, rather than on practicality, since I haven't been able to utilize the treatment methods.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lynn Moore

    Must Have! This straightforward guide from the doctor/patient/author who gets Lyme disease. His friendly voice has lightened my despair around this on again, off again disease. I've been following his advise and within two weeks felt remarkably better. This book is worth way more than the price on the dust jacket especially when you use it as Dr. Ingels instructs.

  9. 5 out of 5

    M.

    A very detailed plan of treatment.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Christine Boswell

    Nice book learned a lot here. Highly reccomend!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Ann Withers

    Eh. Didn’t like the formatting of the book. Really weird and confusing.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rachael

    I read this book because I was diagnosed with Lyme and found it extremely insightful and helpful. I learned so much about the effects of Lyme, the faulty tests, and how unreliable the typical solution of antibiotics seems to be. Great read! I recommend it to everyone that is diagnosed or curious about he disease.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Media-Upper Providence

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  21. 5 out of 5

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