Heather was our very first guest on Lyme Ninja Radio. Listen in as she updates you on the ups and downs of her Lyme Journey and how she is using a ketogenic diet to control her Lyme Disease symptoms.

Heather Perretta is an interpretive naturalist with a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental and Forest Biology from the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry. She also holds a master’s degree in Information Design and Technology from the State University of New York Institute of Technology. Heather is a New York State certified biology teacher and is passionate about building a community where people keenly observe their surroundings and understand how we are all connected to nature.

In this episode you will learn:

  1. Why a large part of getting better from lyme disease is learning your health triggers
  2. Surviving the ups and downs of Lyme Disease
  3. How important a sense of curiosity is for returning to life “after lyme”
  4. And the importance of nutrition for health and healing

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I was so grateful Heather agreed to this interview. It takes a lot of courage to be vulnerable in public and I appreciate her willingness to share her incredible story. I was inspired, entertained and educated. I’m sure you will be too.

Warmly,

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