Allyssa LaScala’s Lyme Hack:
Allyssa LaScala shares her top 3 Lyme tips!
First – remember that blood testing for Lyme is not 100% accurate. Don’t be afraid to consider case history, symptomology, look at bioresonance testing, or maybe even urinary analysis.
Second – don’t forget to open up your drainage pathways before you detox from anything, including Lyme. Make sure your bowels are moving. Make sure your liver is moving. Make sure your lymph is moving. Make sure your mitochondria are supported. These drainage pathways need to be primed and opened before anything can be properly excreted through them.
Third – make sure to address parasites. They are essentially this trojan horse in the health field and they can house a lot of different types of bacteria, pathogens, toxins, etc. and they can hold onto Lyme. So, if you are having chronic or recurring infections with Lyme or other types of illnesses, often times it’s because the parasites are holding onto these things and release them over time. If you never get to the parasites, you will likely continue to have chronic issues.
Allyssa Landis LaScala is an integrative health practitioner from Reading, Pennsylvania. In 2011, during her sophomore year of college, she started to experience extreme fatigue. She scheduled an appointment with her primary care physician, who ran a multitude of tests, including a Western Blot. Ms. LaScala tested positive for Lyme. She took Doxycycline for 3 weeks, but still felt the symptoms of a tick disease. After 6 months, she asked to be retested, and still came back positive for Lyme. While developing new symptoms like depression and brain fog, Ms. LaScala got advice from others in the Lyme community. She decided to see a Lyme literate doctor. If you would like to learn more about how Ms. LaScala’s Lyme experience changed the course of her life and led her to start Biohacking Bombshell, then tune in to episode 87 of our Tick Boot Camp Podcast!