FINALLY! AVAILABLE ON AMAZON.com #NourishHealThrive

NEWSFLASH!!

Rika’s long-awaited book is finally available for purchase on Amazon.com. The book is available in soft cover and in an Ebook format. 

If you suffer from Lyme disease, co-infections, symptoms after long-term antibiotic use, and mold sickness, this book is a must-have in your home.

NOURISH, HEAL, THRIVE:

A comprehensive and holistic approach to Living with Lyme disease

Sign-up for my upcoming book, available on Amazon after October 23, 2016.

NOW available for purchase on Amazon.com

will present you with information that your doctor might not know – or might not have the time to discuss with you. Find out healing opportunities while you are in active Lyme treatment or are still having health symptoms despite years of treatment. Learn how to support your immune system, detoxification, drainage, and get a glimpse into why you might still be symptomatic.

A little glimpse for you from NOURISH, HEAL, THRIVE:

“This book is written especially for sufferers of chronic Lyme sickness. You have probably already been on a difficult journey with many twists and turns over the past months, and possibly many years. I welcome you to share the information in this book with those around you who might not be aware of the challenges associated with your current illness. This book is also for those who have recovered after prolonged antibiotic or herbal treatment and who are seeking to improve their nutrition and whole-body wellness following years of sickness. There are always healing opportunities that can fortify us on our individual well- ness journey.

First came the infection, often from a tick bite. Maybe you saw the tick that infected you, developed a rash and flu-like symptoms, and, hopefully, got prompt treatment. Or maybe you did not know you had been bitten. You might never have had the classic bull’s eye rash (Erythema Migrans) associated with Lyme disease. Fewer than fifty percent of individuals recall seeing a rash, which can take many different shapes and forms.

Transfer from the saliva of a tick can happen in less than twenty-four hours. It is a myth that this can only occur after twenty-four to forty-eight hours, and there is sufficient data to support faster transmission times.1 My husband was infected by a tick in less than three hours. Not all ticks carry infectious agents, but many of them do. Without medical or other antimicrobial intervention within the first weeks, it increases the likelihood of insidious and severe sickness over many years.”

And there is more, lots more.

It is about the terrain – your unique terrain.

Be well, Rika

Go and buy your book now on Amazon.com.

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