Episode 345: Alabama Sweetheart – an interview with Lindsay Stay


Lindsay Stay is a 38-year-old wife, mother of two, Lyme disease advocate, and entrepreneur who lives in Dunedin, Florida.

Lindsay was bit by a tick at 12 and her symptoms remained dormant until a cruise when she was 28 years old when she got sick and her body could no longer manage the Lyme bacteria.

Lindsay tried to continue on with her life as a new mom despite her symptoms, but a year later she became even sicker after a root canal when she felt like she was "slowly losing herself".

Another year later, Lindsay was rear-ended and the physical trauma was the straw that broke the camel’s back resulting in Lindsay becoming completely bedbound with a wide range of Lyme symptoms including back/face/neck/foot pain, digestive issues, scattered thoughts, and "everything spinning around me".

Parasite cleansing helped Lindsay get out of bed, but she was still very sick and looking at mold and heavy metal exposure with her medical team.

Finally, she tested positive for Lyme disease and went to Sanoviv Medical Institute in Mexico where she treated her whole body with hyperthermia, antibiotics, rife, colon hydrotherapy, chiropractic care, therapy, lymphatic massages, and yoga.

Lindsay gained back most of her health, but unfortunately, she contracted covid 6 months later which caused her to have a setback.

Lindsay pulled out her holistic toolbox, tried some limbic system retraining programs, and today is using the Pompa Program to continuously improve her health.

If you’d like to learn the specific tools Lindsay has used in her Lyme journey and are looking for a story of hope, then tune in now!

PS Julia Feygelman special guest co-hosted this interview with Matt from Tick Boot Camp!